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The Fantabulary Theory states that if you want to do it, it's bad for you.
It conceived it while half asleep in the morning, yearning to slip back into my dream, but obligated to attend school.
If the option sounds fantabulous to you, it's actually an awful choice.
Examples of Fantabulary Theory situations:
You want a slab of chocolate cake. Unfortunately, chocolate cake will make you fat.
You want to drink soda. Water's so much better for you.
You want to punch Lucas in the face. But that will lead to suspension from school, firing from a job, lawsuits, and various other negative effects.
by Seina Rosa January 18, 2006
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The Fantabulary Theory states that if you want to do it, it's bad for you.
It conceived it while half asleep in the morning, yearning to slip back into my dream, but obligated to attend school.
If the option sounds fantabulous to you, it's actually an awful choice.
Examples of Fantabulary Theory situations:
You want a slab of chocolate cake. Unfortunately, chocolate cake will make you fat.
You want to drink soda. Water's so much better for you.
You want to punch Lucas in the face. But that will lead to suspension from school, firing from a job, lawsuits, and various other negative effects.
by Seina Rosa January 18, 2006

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