In keeping with the Fooleryland tradition of discussing inappropriate bodily functions at the family dinner table, I give you last night's dinner conversation. Apologies beforehand to Cal State Fullerton alumni, who were singled out for no reason I can name. Could just as well have been USC and probably should've been Chico State.
FOOLERY, EXPLAINING THE BODY'S FEVER REACTION TO RAMPAGING ILLNESSES: "So you see, girls, your body heats up to try to kill the germs."
SPARKY, PROBABLY WITH A MOUTHFUL OF PEAS: "Does it work?"
FOOLERY: "Yes, except in rare diseases -- NOT ONES WE HAVE HERE, but in, like, Africa or something -- when the body heats up really hot but it still doesn't kill the bugs."
SMEDLEY, SUDDENLY FEELING WARM: "Well, what happens then?"
CHAS: "Then your body gets too hot for itself and it cooks your brain and you can only go to Cal State Fullerton."
(Logo stolen from these guys)
This is why we are never invited anywhere twice.