“Knock it off with the potty mouth, Cassidy,” she said. “I believe that, whenever we speak, we bring worlds and concepts into existence, somewhere, somehow.”

“So?” said Cassidy.

“The reverse is also true. Every time you drop an f-bomb, somewhere, somehow, it annihilates a civilization of puppies and rainbows. Every time you hyphenate a body part with another word, someone has their very own model infected with a flesh eating virus. And every time you say ‘that’s what she said,’ some she does in fact say it, bringing brutal recrimination down upon her and hers.”

“I don’t get it.”

“I’m saying, Cassidy, that you’re destroying the universe with your coarse and loutish tongue. What’s so hard to understand about that?”