Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
Amazing. It's very late at night & I beat Jim as first to comment.I have to re-read this story tomorrow. The audio is enough to put me to sleep. How rude.
The old man is hilarious!
Vater Karl, Karen? Kind of have the place to yourself this weekend, don't you?
Apparently. Either that or everyone's over at krsczknpgrfd. Incidentally, the Cardinals will lose at Jaguars. I picked Falcons over Panthers.
I liked that line too actonbell. Very good, a reminder not to wander in your neighborhood anytime soon.My curiousness grows.
Excuse me, Cooper. We're not playing this game anymore.Please don't let your curiousness get overly intrusive.
Karen, you did as well as the ref's coin.Actonbell, it's a little soon after vacation to be getting up to speed. Granted, Ekim ran a four-minute mile this very morning, I'm sure.Cooper, my neighborhood is a very welcoming place. Very few kidnappings, really.Karen, what game aren't you playing?
It's called "Returned Rudeness - An Explosion of Bent-up Hostilities." It's either by Hasbro or Mattel.
I think I like this giant. I wonder what Frau Braun will think of him? Nothing good, I suspect.
only thing worst then awakingboundis to awake behind barsPeace
Fischer-Price, I think, Karen.JD, it's a good question. I wonder what Gretchen will think of him.Waking up with a priest is worst of all, I think.
"We were pleased to find you unconscious so we could tend your wounds,cook you a welcoming pot of soup and, of course, bind your wrists and ankles."You've found my people.word verifier: gawnat...well I never.
LOL....yes there were some great sentence sin this episode....my favourite was "...welcome to our hamlet!"and your voice never makes me fall asleep, in fact...sometimes it smacks me wide awake :)
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