There’s probably a few sentences on either side of that one that could ensure it made all the sense in the world.
But isn’t it kind of better without?
Welcome to The Year in Short—basically just a bunch of things we said in 2014 that you might find amusing or delightfully confusing out of context. Because it’s the day before the day before Christmas, so why not.
Now, without further ado...
“It’s not all tacos and sadomasochism.”
“You know you’ve made it when your home is printed on pants.”
“Adventurousness, thy name is flan.”
“And what are you going to do, argue with Herodotus?”
“Just as it was foretold by the prophet Richard Marx.”
“All of these are excellent scapegoats should you accidentally burn down Billy Joel’s Hamptons house.”
“Bread, born in 28,000 BC, has died of natural causes.”
“Your usual safe word is ‘nutmeg.’”
“Think of it as pulled pork with a side of regret.”
“May your evening be fruitful and decreasingly clothed.”