Thursday, March 15, 2007

so much for the categorical imperative

So act that the maxim of your will could always hold at the same time as a principle in a giving of universal law.
Immanuel Kant, The Critique of Practical Reaon



She: [entering the door] you have to go to this yoga class with me next week.

LoA: i can't; lectures start back next week.

She: but there was this guy hitting on me during yoga class. i shouldn't have to be harassed during yoga.

LoA: introduce MB as your partner. that should shut him down.

She: [ponders] i'm sure not she could handle that.

LoA: was he cute?

She: uh, no.

LoA: that's too bad; if he is going to harass you he ought to at least have the common decency to be attractive.

She: it isn't harassment if they are cute. [evil grin]

LoA: [ponders on where to begin....decides to go back to reading kant...]

6 comments:

Baraka said...

it isn't harassment if they are cute.

Lol, that is so true! :D

Maliha said...

Salamaat,
awww...I love that line!

*it isn't harrasment if they are cute* :)

irving said...

Kant we all get along?





hahahaha

koonj said...

you can't read kant after that.
;)

Um Ibrahim said...

LOl:)

Um Mahtab said...

hehe you guys are so funny and sweet

XD!