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Don't mind giving him the back-link, he won't be here long. 9 hubs in 10 hours is always a give-away anyway.
"In an age of book administration and cocky broadcast, your barter and armpit users apprehend to see you authoritative the best use of the technology at your disposal. "
He's got a thing about armpits, I think!
I think that it is a very valid hub- so little is written for armpit users especially those with a cocky broadast!
I cant imagine how he managed to write hubs with this quality - 9 hubs in 10 hours, he can hardly have stopped -
Well spotted IzzyM, like you say read and enjoy cos he wont be there tomorrow!
I'm trying to think what armpit originally was before it was spun
"Your web video assembly can accompany your armpit to life, accompany your articles to life, and get your advice beyond added clearly. Used properly, it makes your armpit user’s acquaintance better."
Right, so its not the video, or your article...Hmmm...
It's the readers!! Armpit users are readers! I think..
"Unlike Flash menus, which attending blue and do all kinds of blatant things back you annal over them, but which anticipate attending engines from seeing the abyssal anatomy of your armpit correctly, an anchored book can be optimised properly, alike to the admeasurement of agenda submission."
"Video works alluringly for armpit guides" - I haven't laughed this hard for days! There's nothing I enjoy more than an alluring video of an armpit! What word do you think has been replaced with armpit?
That is some bad content! do you think his English is bad and he put it through a translator? more likely spun
Here's my latest idea.
A synonym of armpit it oxter.
If you look for a synonym of oxter in Word, it suggests you might mean otter, outer, others or extern instead.
To someone who can't read English, he may have seen the word 'others' in reverse, and ended up with armpits.
It's made a right mess of his article LOL
I'm crying and hurting from laughing so much.
I thought I'd look at his technology advice:
"If a abeyant chump cannot acquaintance you over the telephone, they will acceptable move assimilate the abutting aggregation in the phonebook and try them instead."
Mind you, I LIKE the term "abeyant chump" for a telephone salesperson.
Note also how he has come in as a non-member and commented about how fantastic some of these hubs are.
I would hate to be this dude's one follower.
Or make Izzy mad at me.
I'm not mad at him! He won't be able to read this anyway - I think we can safely assume he doesn't know any English.
Every now and then, there are some real gems in the hopper, and this is one of them.
Actually when I say every now and then, its probably several times a day!
Yet we still get folk asking if it should be flagged or just voted down, or even following...wonder if someone has posted 'great hub' on one of his comment sections, and then hit the follow button?
Flag button is more appropriate in this instance!
Yeah but you used the Poof button. Poof the Magic Dragon.
That guy is gone.
Izzy, you'll do anything to get Homeland Security's attention.
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