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I didn’t know that coat was meant to belong to that man who shuffled up the driveway so carefully, but when he picked it up, I knew it had found its destiny.

    TAGS:  destiny, coats, stuff, driveway

destiny :: Jo

Sometimes I conclude that it’s all perfect the way it is.

    TAGS:  destiny, perfection

Fortune :: Imaginary Keith

Destiny and Faith will knock on your door; you will be overcome with surprise; they will hand you a pamphlet.

    TAGS:  fortune, destiny, pamphlets

‘He held aloft El Pollo Del Destino and cried out, “DONDE ESTA EL BANYO!?”, and suddenly, inexplicably, all the breasts throughout the land hastened to his side.’

    TAGS:  chickens, chicken - the bird, breasts, destiny, Chicken of Destiny

Pigeons of Destiny :: 'mouse

Peter, that romantic, called them “Doves of Ambiguity,” but really they were Pigeons of Destiny and the flock that would soon arrive would be of epic, Hitchcockian proprortions.

    TAGS:  birds, Peter, fate, destiny, Doves of Ambiguity, pigeons, doves, Hitchcock

The best way to hide your true nature is to use a little ambiguity.

    TAGS:  birds, destiny, Doves of Ambiguity, pigeons, doves, intrigue, secrecy

haiku a pig might write :: You can call me, 'Sir'

I excel at math; ‘soh-cah-toa’! But alas, my destiny: Ham.

    TAGS:  destiny, haiku, pigs, ham

The God of War :: Spartacus

Cratos went flying through the air, attached to blades which were severed into the claws of a water horse, which Posiden was riding.

    TAGS:  water, god, war, destiny, blades, mythology, cratos, horses, Greek, Poseidon

Manifest Destiny :: OhNo789

Taste the tired, late night metal around the sides of my mouth which begs for her - an ache the 49ers must have felt just in front of their soft pallet like a soft fishing hook pulling them West.

    TAGS:  destiny

“Destiny caresses the few, but molests the many.”

    TAGS:  guest scriner, destiny, beeyotch, molests

To tease the timeline, I would go back to 1800 and tell Thomas Jefferson about his destiny of ending up on the odd two dollar bill.

    TAGS:  destiny, time travel, Thomas Jefferson


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