Existential Ruminations on ThinkGeek's Nihilist Mints
I have nothing but questions about these purported Nihilist mints from ThinkGeek. How are they "flavorless"? What would flavorless flavor actually taste like? Air? Water? Chalk? Sand? Dirt? Are they purely texture? Doesn't the very term "flavor" by definition imply a presence of...something? How can a mint not have a minty, tingly taste? Why would nihilists want mints? Why would Nihilists want anything? Does consumption of the Nihilist mints turn you into a nihilist?
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