The most-relevant relevant XKCD ever. Click through for the full awesome.
I saw XKCD #584 – “Unsatisfied” – this morning. In the comic (in a slightly Sliding Doors way), a man chooses between one of two lovers, and spends the rest of his life thinking about the other one in a “what if” kind-of way, leaving him ultimately unsatisfied with his life, regardless of which he chooses.
Go read the comic if you haven’t yet.
I had a slightly smug moment, and ‘shopped this together:
“This song just reminded me of a webcomic I read today about song mash-ups,” she replied.
“Oh yeah. I read that one. Which webcomic was it?”
“I don’t remember.”
It was only when we started thinking in terms of Venn diagrams that we realised which webcomic we’d seen this particular joke in.
It was XKCD #575. By the time we were finding set intersections, we should have guessed that it would have been XKCD.
In other news, my leg is still sore, but people keep giving me cake, so that’s good. I went back to work today, on my crutches, and it was completely exhausting. On the other hand, it’s probably giving my arms some good exercise, which might just make up for not going to circuit training this week (I’ve been forbidden from doing so on account of my injuries, despite my protests that I’d be perfectly capable of doing shuttle runs and squats and exercise bikes like this, right?).