The French term "l'esprit de l'escalier," which translates literally as "the wit of the staircase," refers to those perfect, clever comebacks that you only think of after the fact. What's the best came-too-late comeback you've ever had?
JFK assassination, hands down. There's just something so intriguing about it - a president gunned down in the street. Such a powerful figure brought down by someone so seemingly insignificant. It's quite fascinating.
So, I've decided to return to Xanga. I'm going to keep my LJ, though, and basically just copy and paste my Xanga entries here for those who care to read and who don't have a Xanga account (I've put Xanga-lock up so people without accounts can't go read it.) There's just something about Xanga that makes my words flow better. Honestly, I think it's the cute little font in their entry box thingie.
So, if you're on both my Xanga subs and my LJ friends, sorry if you read these twice. They'll be put behind a cut here anyway.
...this ruined puzzle is beige with the pieces all face down so the placing goes slowly the pictures of anything other than it's meant to be but the hours they creep, the patterns repeat don't be concerned, you know I'll be fine on my own I never said don't go...