- n. Plural form of fairy.
“March 12th, 2010 at 10: 18 am if you actually believe that this bill will lower costs, you probably also believe in fairies and unicorns.”
“Umm, by 2060 the whole thing will have fallen apart due to unsustainable levels of debt. if you actually believe that this bill will lower costs, you probably also believe in fairies and unicorns.”
“So you are saying that the big difference between positing an intelligent designer to explain an anomaly and positing fairies is that former is done by IDists, while the latter is merely a caricature?”
“The need to worship non-existent sky-fairies is a flawed node on the time line of human evolution, necessary for a time period which has long since passed.”
“He had never believed in fairies nor Santa Claus; but he had believed implicitly in the smiling future his imagination had wrought into the steaming cloth stream.”
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“(Nor is it logically inconsistent to believe in fairies in the garden pond.)”
“(Believers in fairies remind us that fairies are shy creatures that hide when we look.)”
“Zachriel: (Believers in fairies remind us that fairies are shy creatures that hide when we look.) fifth monarchy man: In context of our conversation this is like saying "I can't prove it but I just know you are ignorant like me therefore you must be a dork" lol”
“And I believe in fairies like I believe in stories: they might not be real, but that doesn't mean they're not true: P”
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With bows of great respect to Connie Willis, author of "Bellwether" and other wonderful books.
For fanciful birds, see reesetee's •Open List: Flights of Fancy.
For chickens, see Chickens.
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