Sunday, December 16, 2018

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RADIO TURN ON. riginal.

Look, i just realized of late the perpetuational value of flog. See i had this crazy obscene crass notional distant cloudy errant obscure idea that blogging was a communication of means whereupon people sat at their keyboards and racked the cloudy grey area with thought provoking emulsion and suddenly a story or observance rose like an oil slick from the inner cognitive tanker depths...holed and leaking inspiration unstoppable. Unquenchable font of lifeboat words spread across the A4 sea of other words a gem of an idea which takes root and becomes... Read More


Long John Silver. Born, died. Most pirates and one-eyed politicians do. But first a commercial. The best way to make your house look like a million dollars? Buy a million dollar house. However if you can only afford cheap and somewhat nasty, instead of central heating...substitute with 'seek all' heating. Your missus will love you for it because you will entwine physically just to keep up the circulation. You see passion my dear dear spam scanners if adhered to and grasped at every opportune, there's no reason or excuse to not. Spammers are rather like... Read More

essssay CAPITALIZATION. Riginal.

Okay students are you all sitting up? Aware! Capitulation or giving into rife (no, not rice) sago comments has been done to death. What ails the site and sticky in my craw, is the circumference of downright 'doggie do' comment but as they say in the classics...shit happens...again and again. But you see a gain forthcoming? No you don't now do you?

For instance a smart student would concentrate on pursuing a tactile non erroneous approach to flogging bad company wares and may i add people are aware that there's no intrinsic goodly gain in for example,... Read More


THE SCENE: A butcher's shop in Instantcowbull. Sawdust strewn floor. Enter two meat workers. Morning coffee. Table with a simmering pot.Though shy the both had the hots for each other. Their chops were close. Their lips pursed. He trembled. She trembled. He touched her flank, she flexed her hindquarters, spare ribs sighed. It was inevitable. He rolled his cow eyes at her. She rolled her cow eyes at him. Their eyes met across the floor. They quivered in anticipation. Their eyes entwined in sawdust. He couldn't take his eyes... Read More

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I'm angry as hell because my S jumper idea has been pinched, though i still write it mostly and i'm sure my leather reader agrees on that.

See, years ago when i was strong as, handsome as, fit as, with a flowing mane of Elvis leather hair a woman would fly down a L Lane just to feel my biceps, I got my daddy to weld up a genuine steel man jumper out of Kevlar i stole off a cop to ward off his acid remark how (agreed with my daddy who rang him) that i would not only never fly...i would never ever amount to a leather bee's dick as a writer!

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History is a wonderful companion. Ask any histor rical woman. Beth Ohairier Makeadoodlesing of Irish lineage who invented the square potato to stop the menfolk of Highhill province from having to chase the formerly round type rolling downhill, made a replica of the Titanic out of potato in her sink. It did. Beth was a bearded lass of many talents.

Beth invented electricity by simply rubbing her chubby little legs together. However the end rub was that Beth wasn't prepared to have her toes connected to a makeshift grid to power the town up. Especially... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?