Planning spring break with philosophers.
Me: Where does everyone want to go for spring break?
Hegel: Actually, we never knew where we wanted to go--
Me: I know that's why I'm asking...
Hegel: --because we are creating it right now.
Me: Anyone else?
Epicurus: I know everyone thinks I'm a slut, but I just want to chill by the beach and maybe eat cheese.
Diogenes: I will be in my barrel, just stay out of my sunlight.
Aristotle: Courage is a virtue.
Me: Very helpful.
Kant: If we want to find the perfect spring break destination, first we must find the perfect person and then ask them where they would go.
Me: Anything more specific?
Kant: A bible study camp.
Me: Does anyone have anything fun to do?
Plato: We need a few people to go on spring break, the rest should just work.
Seneca: Yeah, like I don't need to go on vacation. If I was at a cocaine, orgy, yacht party, I could do that, but I don't NEED to. I am fine.
Emerson: Into nature, like a national park, but you probably wouldn't get it.
Buddha: I'm going to chop wood and carry water.
Me: At least we have some ideas now of stuff to do.
Hegel: The journey is the destination.