So Are How My Kids Look Like Me Miracles?

So Are How My Kids Look Like Me Miracles?

Constant Goodosphere readers, I come to you with a question.

Are you a believer in miracles?

I ask as someone recently enlightened to the miracles all around us. You see, I was blind to the inexplicable joys, wonders, magic all around us. The magic all up in this–shut yo mouth! …I’m just talking about miracles.

Why should I keep you from reaching this realization yourselves with my muddying words, though? I mustn’t.




(Warning: this video contains offenses to the English language. It also contains curse words.)

Now you’ve seen. Now you know. But let me blow your mind once more, readers. After seeing this video I immediately put on my research hat. There was so much to look up. Rainbows, mountains, the seven seas! And the conclusions I came to may be shocking. I have it on good authority that giraffes just may not be miracles like we once thought. Yes, gentle readers — even with their long necks. It may not even be magic that causes solar eclipses or makes my kids look like me and your kids look like you. Don’t turn away from me yet, I say true, I swear it.

As for magnets? Magnets are probably still magic.

I present to you…

Learn Your Science With ICP

I’ve left you with a lot to take in as this week begins, I know. New ideas presented to you, new perspectives to leave with once you close the Goodosphere and return to the world. I hope that when you turn from your computer and look at that world, you see as many miracles all around you as I now do.

P.S. RIP “Ass” Dan.

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11 Responses to “So Are How My Kids Look Like Me Miracles?”

  1. Norris Says:

    April 19th, 2010 at 2:42 pm

    Is that even a sentence?

  2. Nimesh Rameswaram Says:

    April 19th, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    Was that sticky neden bull**** a sentence?

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  4. Nick Zigler Says:

    April 19th, 2010 at 4:30 pm

    “Pure motherf*ckin magic!” & “F*ckin Rainbows!” really did it for me. I can’t imagine why these guys don’t get along with Eminem- they’re both such intellectual heavyweights.

    O, O, O, and the shot over the mother’s shoulder as she gives birth! That’s a doosey.

  5. Nimesh Rameswaram Says:

    April 19th, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    I don’t think I even noticed the thighs-wide-open birth shot until my second or third go-around on the video. The things we do for the Goodosphere…

  6. Sean Rameswaram Says:

    April 20th, 2010 at 10:51 am

    Goodosphere readers may not realize that we are brothers, but I’ll let the proverbial cat out of its constricting bag here.

    This post was written by miracle.

    This miracle is brother.

    This brother is pure magic.

    The birth of kids.

    Shit that’ll shock your eyelids.

  7. Sean Rameswaram Says:

    April 20th, 2010 at 11:10 am

    Also, there’s a conversation to be had here about whether or not ICP is busting this whole miracle business with tongues in cheeks.

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