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This isn't really a deep thought; it just doesn't fit into any category of the forums very cleanly. This is kinda like the Thought of the Day, except with a little twist. In permaculture, we are noticed by our perspectives. So, here is a little game:

1) Take any ordinary or commonly used phrase
2) Change it!

Example 1 of a post:

Child: We're in the middle of nowhere! I want to go home!
Mother: I'm sorry, but we're in the middle of everywhere!

Example 2 of a post:

Apprentice: Ah... whatever floats your boat, sir.
Teacher: That is where the fault lies, it is 'whatever rocks your boat' for without proper testing the boat would sink.

Have fun!
Yeah. What he said. Totally. Wait. What? Sorry, I was looking at this tiny ad:
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