OK, but what if it’s a whole bunch of really big butterflies acting together as a conspiracy?
3rd place in Derby #48: Bugs, with 600 votes!
There’s an idea, I think it comes from Chaos Theory, that even minuscule events can have a significant effect on larger systems. The proverbial example is a flutter of a butterfly’s wings, which could change atmospheric conditions—however slightly—in a way that could end up steering a hurricane right at a city. I’m not making this up; this is just math.
And I don’t want you to think that I’m bringing this up to try and shift the blame away from myself in this mishap at the Blockbuster Video. I was at the wheel of the car when it crashed through the front of the store and repeatedly rammed the employee favorites display. And yes, I got my axe out of the car, and I was the one who was holding it while it demolished the three sales registers. I’m not trying to say I don’t bear at least some of the responsibility for the damage there.
All’s I’m saying is: Maybe a certain Harlequin doesn’t fart so much in India, and none of this has to happen. You find that Taxila haquinus, and you’ll find the real culprit behind this shameful spree of violence.
This shirt was designed by: chogentry, an unholy amalgamation of two of the Derby’s most fearsome participants! They are one beast—with two creative brains, twenty dexterous fingers, and hundreds of Derby voters in its thrall! Eef’n you like this shirt, you may also enjoy the two other chogentry creations still available: It’s Going Out Faster Than It’s Coming In and Green Knight: The Weekend Warrior.
Wear this shirt: to rent the forthcoming direct-to-DVD feature The Butterfly Effect 3. Part one was one part too many for us. But obviously you’re into it.
Don’t wear this shirt: at all, if you hope to change any weather patterns. Instead, just take it out into the backyard and start a-flappin’ it.
This shirt tells the world: “I knew the day you met me, I could love you if you let me”
We call this color: Asphaltering The Course Of Subsequent Events
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