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Today of QST, I shall bring to light a few pointers that may help you understand the more deadly of the sexes a little better or, at least be forwarned. Many of you say that women are crazy and random in their actions... I put it to you, however, that they are not as crazy as they seem; you just do not understand some of the basic principles of female nomenclature.

The first principle is known as The Rule of Sarahs.

This one is remarkably simple, and the logic behind it was formulated at least in part by boomzilla and delwyn. It is based on the fundemental law that "all Sarahs are dodgey". Think about those simple four words for a moment. Now, think of as many Sarahs as you can. Our observations tell us that even if you cannot see the dodginess on the surface, it will be there... somewhere...

The second principle is The Rebecca Conundrum.

Just as all Sarahs are dodgey, all Rebeccas share one unifying, though unusual quality. However, unlike Sarahs (the basic dodginess of which can be observed at any time regardless of environment), the Rebecca Conundrum can only be observed when two Rebeccas come into contact with eachother. Rebeccas, upon first meeting eachother, will imediately for either a close bond which will unite them in friendship until their dying days OR will instantly hate eachother to the point of calling out a blood feud. No-one knows exactly why or how this happens, only that Rebeccas will either love or dispise eachother. Therefore, great care must be taken when attempting to introduce Rebeccas.

These two concepts are but the beginning of a unifying understanding of the more deadly of the species. You are been warned. This has been a public service announcement.


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Feb. 10th, 2005 05:11 am (UTC)
And does the weaker sex get it's own scientific breakdown at some point?
Feb. 10th, 2005 05:31 am (UTC)
All Lokis will eye each other cautiously, make nervous and inconsequential small talk peppered with jokes, and immediately begin plotting the removal of the pretender once separated.
Feb. 10th, 2005 05:23 am (UTC)
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I've known two Rebeccas for quite some time - mortal enemies upon first sight, and then firm friends after some undisclosed settlement occurred.

I have yet to identify a Rebecca in the transition state of Love-->Hate or Hate-->Love, however. I suspect it may appear to manifest as a spontaneous reversal of some form. Beneath the surface, concentrations of love and hatred may coexist, with only one form visible, until a balance point is tripped.

I'll continue to observe, and report new findings to QST as they come to hand.
Feb. 10th, 2005 05:29 am (UTC)
As much as I love my dearest cousin and friend blixagerl, as a Sarah, she must also be dodgy somehow...

...come to think of it, the fact that I'm so fond of her is probably all the evidence of dodginess we need...
Feb. 10th, 2005 06:27 am (UTC)
Does the Rule of Sarahs also apply to weird spellings?
Feb. 10th, 2005 06:48 am (UTC)
Yes, I'm insterested in this one.


Since when. ;p
Feb. 10th, 2005 06:31 am (UTC)
I look forward to the next public service announcement [for once...].
Feb. 10th, 2005 01:10 pm (UTC)
My challenge to you is to formulate a rule of Jennys.

I find them facinating creatures, but the exact governing mechanism to their behaviour is (at least) difficult to discern.

That is all.
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