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Inane Episode 31

Updated on December 15, 2011

The Baikal seal that overdosed on elbow grease made bereft all of the ankle biters that had had three too many sausages used as a hair dying product. Fortunately the overdose was treated in a timely enough manner that manners were not shunned - there is nothing compared to a polite Baikal seal. Blankets that prevent warmth from escaping gave the calendar a jarring thud that contained the moderately exothermic explosion much like a sieve would mulch partially folded laundry.

That seals would be mentioned in this hub serves the purpose of defining a porpoise. Now that we have a definition, it is time to unlearn our spelling of anagrammatistically disinclined vertebrates native to Idaho and Iowa. Okay, now that the unlearning has taken place, it is time for a coffee break - how would a cup of phlegm do for you? It's chocolate flavoured, come on, give it a try.

If you found the last part of the previous paragraph.

I don't know what I would do without including an incomplete sentence. Probably, I would not include one. To have even mentioned this, like announcing from the unfinished basement, would give away all that, if known, would vanquish, banish or varnish. If I could think of a fourth 'ish' to add to the previous list, I would either have added it, or continued pretending that the shoe laces of my left shoe are tied to the shoelaces of a penitentiary inmate incarcerated for incessant cleavage observation.

Children's brains, a little bit like how rain on a windy night is reminiscent of a portrait of a retired British Prime Minister painted by a dolphin, exclude all attempts at intrusion when sourced by innocuously satirical plagiarisms. Other attempts, as like Jell-O and filibustering, also fail due to the timely nature of the laws of gravity.

Cream soda as drunk by a vicious Celtic pigeon, could only pronounce six easily distinguishable syllables by dawn. Cream soda's cousin, Envelope Margarita, knew how to dance only on odd numbered dates that fell in the last two sevenths of a month. She could wretch much like a support rack would deny anyone else's existence, twice. With practice, anyone can do it, so long as they know how to carbonate.

It is time now to put an end to all things that require an ending. If you are reading this I would like very much for you to put to a stop all things that should be stopped. If you are not reading this, go ahead and continue doing what you were doing. If you don't know what things should be stopped, you are free to consult the following list:

  1. Sixteen
  2. Twenty-Three
  3. Nine-thousand four hundred and twenty one

The list above will serve a purpose if you choose to interpret it. If you fail to make a choice, that is also a choice. Feel free to add to this list as required, or, to do absolutely everything that is required to maintain the status quo.

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      Phil Plasma 6 years ago from Montreal, Quebec

      I think some would not think of these as complex, but rather, nonsense.

      Likely a matter of beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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      whoisbid 6 years ago

      Wow. I made a spelling mistake.

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      whoisbid 6 years ago

      Do you realize that very few people have enough education to even begin to understand who complex this is?

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      Phil Plasma 6 years ago from Montreal, Quebec

      Thanks Paradise, if it wasn't for gobbledygook, serendipity would replace canines as the best friend of peacocks.

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      Paradise7 6 years ago from Upstate New York

      More fascinating gobbledygook from the Master of Gobbledygook himself! LOL. I always enjoy these. That pic is great.

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