Good turkey to you & yours.

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8 Responses to Good turkey to you & yours.

  1. nsk says:

    Couldn’t be a more appropriate representation of the truth for Thanksgiving! I, especially, like the position of “lies”.

  2. Rancorous says:

    Hahaah. Stalkers is good.

  3. Nia says:

    I love your jokes, but this one is sick. Stalking is not love. It doesn’t even resemble it.

  4. Fronk says:

    In the eyes of the stalker, it is love. In the eyes of the victim, not so much.

  5. Ember says:

    Would be above reproach if it said “people who say they love you”, but the point is understood either way.

    –Ember–

  6. Gah says:

    Oh, how lucky that someone can tell me I’m not really happy! Even though I do have few loved ones, I actually thought I was. I now see the error of this thinking, and will crawl to a corner to cry. Thank you, for knowing me better than I know myself!

  7. Lisa says:

    this doesn’t really make sense to me… do you mean “the # of people who love you”? or “the degree to which a person loves you”? just the phrase “People who love you” on its own isn’t a quantifiable thing. a lot of these graphs are confusing because the label on the x axis doesn’t really make sense (but the venn diagrams are really funny)

  8. nate says:

    an axis is assumed to be a continuously rising number line unless other categories are specified, so “people who love you” is automatically “# of people who love you”. If it was amount of love, it would not have the word people there.

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