But I just Kant
I try to stop making them but I just Kant
But Immanuel Kant explain it properly.
I said, “Are you having an existential cry, sis?”
They called me Soccertes.
The boy's nervousness builds, but he then asks, "Do you like potato pancakes?"
"No," comes the answer and the silence returns like a suffocating blanket.
"Do you have a brother?"
After giving it some thought, the boy plays his last card, "If you had a brother, would he like potato pancakes?"
I told him he should draw a conclusion.
I walked in, asked the teacher if the club even existed, then left.
I laughed more than I thought.
He's right. His new job is an existential test for him daily
I have a special place where I do philosophy on behalf of a tuber friend of mine.
Basically, I think there for a yam.
Laughed more than I thought.
But it has a Nietzsche market.
One is a Loch Ness
The other is "Knock less"
They went sole searching.
It takes two doughnut halves to make a doughnut hole
A Deep Fat Friar
They're calling it 'FroZen.
I stink, therefore I am.
To master debate.
Now he's a whywolf
They were just high eels.
We're going to a Kanted house and later we might play Heidegger seek.
He said: "I don't remember much of it... It was all Greek to me."
I guess it's a Nietzsche Market.
It Confucius me.
Laughed more than I thought!
Our philosophy professor is constantly making dad jokes, but this one really got me today.
He was telling a story about a man who apparently smelled quite awful, and one of the man's friends, in an attempt to tell the man about his stench, got too close and exclaimed "Eureka!"
So it's an Ancient Greek Philosophy class discussing the Presocratic philosophers of the sixth and fifty centuries BC and we were discussing Pythagoras.
One student was asking about the harmony of numbers in music that Pythagoras came up with and was amazed that he came up with that so long ago.
Student: "So he came up with all that way back then? Jesus Christ that's crazy!"
Me: "No this was before Christ."
Fortunately, everyone in my class appreciated it. Not enough groans though.. I'll do better next time.
Discussing John Locke
Student: But isn't X the case?
Lecturer: Exactly my point, you're Locked in!