Deep Thoughts and Shakespeare!
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
For once, we have the only reasonable response to these silly Shakespeare quotations:
What are you talking about?
Why did you have to ruin our date by bringing up Hamlet?! I just wanted to look at the fish!
In the deep introspective philosophy department, the sister / girlfriend brings up the idea that everything happens for a reason. The boyfriend does not like that idea, because that means the girl died for a reason.
I don’t really understand the argument here. I mean, for things to happen for a reason, something has to be doing the reasoning. Is it people who did the reasoning? Then they can come up with whatever reasons they want. Is it the Tree of Genesis doing the reasoning? If that’s the case, maybe our hero should join with Samon and destroy the Tree of Genesis.
I mean, I think I would. Preserving the logic of the universe, versus breaking the logic of the universe? Breaking the logic of the universe sounds way more fun. Hopefully our boyfriend will break the logic of the universe to bring his girlfriend back to life like what happened with the princess.
Is Samon really the bad guy anyway? It does kind of seem like the princess is a bully, and that he just wanted to talk to her. Probably not, since she is a cute girl… although Samon ain’t looking too bad himself, so who knows.
So that’s how he got that atrocious hairstyle.
Oh, great, now we have a love triangle.
Not sure what to make of this. Something is clearly screwed up with the world’s order. The question is, which is the “natural” state of the world? Is it just whichever the Tree of Genesis chooses? Perhaps that is what they mean when they say she is “favored” by the tree.
I hope this becomes a new fetish. Girls with corn. So dirty.