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Inane Episode 41

Updated on March 16, 2012

Hark! A lark that sparked in the dark after a fart that rhymes with specificity. One might asks how a fart can rhyme; one may also ask why the numbers six, linoleum and upright piano form a list of things I wouldn't say to a well worn door jamb. Who wears door jambs?

If you have not yet been fully introduced to inane episodes.

Now you have, with an incomplete sentence that, without which, an inane hub would be like any other hub, saving of course for the fact that in these hubs are daydreams of tamed nightmares, situations of intentionally broken ceiling panel patterns and lint. The character names previously used kneaded a starched blanket with a half used inhaler. Other memories clouded judgement, compelling hesitation to take notice. The daisy chain of life, realizing her soffits were tepid, went bowling with the other cucumbers.

The Royals, being known for being known, moved ahead two spaces. The rest of us discovered dandelions as a dichotomous decussation. If you needed to look up any of the previous words in anything you or people six time zones away have read, be aware that definitions are only what they are. I should know.

Rain that falls on a train moving more than five minutes at a time smells like coffee stains that have been washed out of an adaptation of Lindt mixed with Liszt. Doing research about topics that interest, really, absolutely no one, is only considered a waste of time when the researcher, wearing plaid undergarments, fails to motivate others to winning partially broken ice cream cone races. Such races, as compared to a mouse moving a cursor from the left to the inside, rings true only to those capable of weeping, sweeping, leaping, keeping and sleeping.

Slowing down for a truck pull, a truck stop or a weigh station causes lightning to strike two different places at two different times, unless it doesn't. When the telephone rings a mad dash to locate one's wrist watch can be acceptable; there is nothing worse than not knowing if one's shoe laces are of the correct length. If a TV show reminds you of a certain particular situation where you may have played a part, the TV show has done her job. She can go home now. She may come back again, newly married to a Lesser Black-backed Gull renamed rerun. Of course, she may not come back at all, newly married to a noose made of performance evaluations.

The need to urinate can, at times, exceed all other ambiguous variables used in calculating breadth ratios and esoteric individualisms. Other needs, less primal, are not prime. Elucidation as a crafting table leaves morose people unkempt. Short sentences are short. Long sentences, when they include many dependent clauses, such as this one, can be long when they are compared with sentences, such as previous ones, which are shorter than the average length of a moderately sized sentence. Not knowing where one isn't can be reassuring.


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    • Phil Plasma profile image

      Phil Plasma 6 years ago from Montreal, Quebec

      Thanks for stopping by, I don't think this is one of my better ones, I had to work at it a bit harder than usual.

    • Paradise7 profile image

      Paradise7 6 years ago from Upstate New York

      Brilliant though definitely way off the wall use of words, my friend.