theorynoun

  • ja持論、見解、意見
  • enan idea or set of ideas that is meant to explain events or facts, has yet to be proven, or relate to a specific subject

Examples

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May I feel your food?
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Why?
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I'm working on a theory.
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Which is?
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Every food has its own distinct energy.
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Almost like emotions, which can be better identified through touch, as opposed to taste or smell.
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So you wanna feel if my food is happy?
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Or sad, worried, frightened.
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I'm frightened.
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Mute
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Wait for it. Wait for it.
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9:01!
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Amy Santiago is officially late for the first time ever.
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All right, let's do this.
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Who's got theories?
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Alarm didn't go off.
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Mute
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It is my theory, based on my years of work on the Casterly Rock sewers,
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that clean water leads to a healthier population.
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Mute
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“Suddenly we knew that harnessing gravity was real.
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So I started working on a theory and we started building this station.”
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“But you haven't solved it yet.”
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Mute
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Wait, Veronica.
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Are we seriously not gonna talk about what happened between us?
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Archie, we had a moment— beautiful but fleeting moment.
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We crashed, in separate beds.
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I don't regret anything we said, Veronica, or did.
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Me neither, but I think you might be boyfriend-worthy.
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I agree.
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Let's test that theory at the homecoming dance.
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Unfortunately, I don't have the bandwidth to explore anything with anyone right now.