Mostly Harmless Hoodies
If there's one thing that The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy has taught me, it's that the Babel Fish is probably the oddest thing in the universe. Well and that the Earth is mostly harmless... And that dolphins are far more intelligent than we thought... Oh, and that the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster is the best drink in existence... And not forgetting that a towel is the most massively useful thing a hitch hiker can carry.
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"I am single–handedly responsible for the evolved shape of the animal you came to know in later centuries as a giraffe." —Ford Prefect, Life, the Universe, and Everything, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
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So long and thanks for all the fish. So sad that it should come to this. We tried to warn you all that your dead. You may not share our intellect. Which might explain your disrespect, for all the natural wonders that grow around you. So long, so long and thanks for all the fish
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"Marvin the paranoid android" is a character from the book(and movie) "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", but you already know that . He's a pessimist robot, but you already know that. So...since you already know everything there's to know, Come, see and buy this shirt with a few of the best and most hilarious quotes of this little pessimist robot.
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Side effects of using the Infinite Improbability Drive include temporary (and sometimes permanent) changes to environment and morphological structure, hallucinations, and the calling into being of large marine mammals.
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"The very opening of Hitchhiker's Guide tells us how unimportant we all are. It starts with a mix of scientific terms: the western spiral arm of the galaxy is unfashionable, the sun has an unimportant planet at a distance of 92 million miles, and so on. If you know your astronomy, you know that's us. How often do we get a look at our planet from such a cold, distant, scientific viewpoint?"
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