The numerous times their lips touched.


Okay can I just say, the idea of writing a book has NEVER been original. It’s the content of the book that makes it good, and I think we can all agree that Dan and Phil are nothing if not superb at making great content.

It’s okay that they’re not the first ones to do something, and giving them shit for thinking “oh hey, that sounds like a good idea” then making something FOR US is not okay.

You don’t have to get the book, but if you’re a fan of theirs you will support them as they start these huge creative processes, like publishing a book or going on tour. Personally, I feel sort of like a proud parent.


We aren’t even at the halfway point for this episode, the fuck is the entire last half about.

And I must, of course, bring up the reaction of the others:

Unnecessary Physical Contact, transcending space and continuities.

- Có lần tớ quen một anh ở gần đoạn này, chếch chỗ bán kem kia một đoạn. Rồi lúc tớ muốn gặp lại anh ý thì không được tại không xin số.
- Giờ cậu có nghĩ rằng anh ấy sẽ nhận ra cậu không?
- Chắc chả nhận ra đâu, tớ cũng chả nhận ra anh ấy. Với cả giờ tớ cũng hết muốn gặp lại anh ấy rồi.
- Tại sao lại thế?
- Tại tớ nghĩ cái gì đã qua rồi thì cho nó qua thôi.
- Nếu có thể tả lại cuộc gặp đó bạn sẽ tả như nào?
- Chuyện xảy ra một lần trong đời.

- Once, I met a guy near this area, some distance off that ice cream place. I wanted to meet him again but didn’t ask for his number.
- Do you think he would recognize you?
- I don’t think so; I wouldn’t recognize him. Plus I don’t want to meet him anymore.
- Why is that?
- Cuz’, let bygones be bygones.
- How would you describe that encounter?
- It’s something that happens once in a lifetime.