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Maybe this subject has been discussed before, but I'm not in a mood to look for it in hundreds of thousands of blogs.
When adding a category to a pasta, it usually has a clear theme. Occasionally, however, I get confused over what to put: "Beings" or "Monsters?"
What I'm asking is that what's the difference between those two. They aren't the same, and it can be difficult telling them apart. My thoughts are:
Beings are deceptive, slinking on the sidelines, while monsters just jump out at you with no sneaky approaches.
Beings can have some self-control over themselves and their appetite, but monsters just unleash full bloody rage on their diet.
You can reason with beings, you can't on a monster.
Please share some thoughts with me, and I'll gladly consider them.