Tehani: Oh! By the way, what's your favourite colour? For the table cloths. 

Michael: Well, it's not perceptible by human eyes. It's called plurogloss.

Tehani: Could you describe it?

Michael: It's the colour of when a soldier comes home from war and sees his dog for the first time. 

Tehani: Hm. How about blue?

Me, every time somebody asks what my name means. I'm only kind of kidding. Ridiculous exchange curtesy of The Good Place. 

"When I see ghee butter sold at twice the price of its ethnic store equivalent, I have to ask: is this sharing, or is this stealing?"

More on ghee and appropriation here

The tale they tell is of Kevin Garnett and the 2007-08 Celtics, and the seminal moment of a revolution. Bryan Doo, Celtics strength and conditioning coach, recalls it as if it were yesterday, how before a game in December of that season, an unnamed Celtic -- his identity lost to history, like the other horsemen on Paul Revere's midnight ride -- complained to Doo of incipient hunger pangs.

"Man, I could go for a PB&J," the player said.

And then Garnett, in an act with historical reverberations, uttered the now-fabled words: "Yeah, let's get on that."

The NBA's Secret Addiction