[“Pick up the blook closest to you. Go to page 206. The first sentence explains your love life.”]
"Looking down, they saw that they were at the top of the cliff at the valley’s head and were gazing down on to their camp below." — The Hobbit
"In the Book of the Dead we actually find Re fused with these and other deities as the composite Re-Horakhty-Atum-Horus-Khepri."—The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt.
Over time, a shift in your perception will take place and you will realize your own answer.
-.- that is the most unsatisfying fortune cookie shit
[for anyone with screen readers thats confused, the picture asks you to turn to page 206 of the closest book, first sentence, for a prediction about your love life]
"The existing subject, on the other name, is engaged in existing, which is indeed the case with every human being"
"Once the assembly has broken up and these social influences have ceased to act upon us, and we are once more on our own, the emotions we have felt seem an alien phenomenon, one in which we no longer recognize ourselves."
Page 206 has no text. It is taken up entirely by two cladistic diagrams. So apparently this meme is telling me my love life is non-existent. Accurate :P
"Artaud was well aware - as we know from his essay ‘Un Athlétisme Affectif’ in ‘Le Théâtre et son Double’ - that there is an authentic parallelism between the efforts of a man who works with his body and the psychic processes."
"If I can get these things to move, we will."
"Although gods, on the whole, do not feel at home around mechanical things, every pantheon everywhere in the universe finds its necessary to have some minor deity – Vulcan, Wayland, Dennis, Hephaistos – who knows how bits fit together and that sort of thing."
"I will go directly to Mr. Bennet and we shall very soon settle it with her, I am sure.” -Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen o_O
"Dozens of torches burned on the walls, and a placid pool in the center of the cavern reflected the flames." -Indiana Jones and the Genesis Deluge