This moment in time

@nannacroc (4049)
November 16, 2006 12:39pm CST
When people say 'at this moment in time', do you ever wonder what else the moment would be in?
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@RieRie (820)
16 Nov 06
I do, but you only normally get moments in time, except I think moments are some kind of chocolate thing too, but the context normally lets you know if it's about time or chocolate because if someone says what are you doing at this moment, then I wouldn't imagine they meant what am I doing at this chocolate thing, but you never know.
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@nannacroc (4049)
16 Nov 06
I know what I'd be doing with a chocolate moment. I haven't seen any in the shops lately.
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@dorypanda (1584)
17 Nov 06
time - pocket watch
But what exactly is a 'moment'? Think about this, has a moment ever been described to you? What does a moment look like? Well, let me enlighten you:A 'moment' is a small invisible oblong with an entire galaxy inside it....mmmm galaxy.......sorry..and it's purely there to look after the mini galaxy....yes, anyway, that's what it is and that's what a moment is on that score. But then there's another type of moment, it's a teeny tiny sphere, it's clear and very shiny, but also invisible, there isn't anything inside it, except time, which is encased in another moment, hence the expression 'this moment in time'.
@nannacroc (4049)
17 Nov 06
Is that a galaxy as in the chocolate bar and does it have milky ways in as well? Or is it a galaxy with stars and planets?