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A FISHY SMELL FETISH...PLEASE HELP! RIGINAL.

This true story contains graphic descript. Do not read on if you're squeamish.

Fishing is in my blood (see sardine semen/seaman?). Not long after i was born (about 12" give or take a nook) the Net doc told my mother unless i had a sardine sweat transfusion i would die. I believe my mother said,"good!" You see my mother was a Mermaid who never found her feet. "A likely tale!" i hear you say.

My father was worried. He had met my mum on the net...actually it was a sordid tangled affair. But mum was hooked line and sinker. On a scale... Read More

The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.

A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.

No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.

If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.

Any man who reads too much and uses... Read More

A LOAD OF UNMITIGATED TWANG. riginal.

I have mentioned on occasion that authors in my opinion who ramble along the path of "my Godness my head is aching i have been racking it all night with the ubiquitous torture of literary furnace mind detachment flaring, dying embers of another idea screwed, relegated to the LT bin-worry needlessly. "Oh my gawd! i'm tortured by the inner turmoil of Hemmingway curse." More like it, or I.T. like, the lady sitting in front of the laptop 'hem in way' of idea after idea shelved,deleted, ends in hysterical thought which women seem to strangle with consummate... Read More

I think writers should enlighten their readers by revealing odd facts about themselves. In fact, I challenge other writers to reveal odd facts about themselves, as well as headshots, help our readers connect with our writing by giving us a human face and personality.

To start, in case anyone wonders what my voice sounds like, I just recorded an interview yesterday for a Catholic radio show.

http://realjoy.podbean.com/e/a-seeking-heart-w-allison-gingras-feat-melanie-juneau-joyofnine9/

Now for a few odd facts about Melanie.

1. I HATE scary movies. As soon as the music... Read More

WHY WRITING IS HIT AND MYTH. RIGINAL.

Writing is hit and myth. If you myth you're not a hit. On the other side of the coin if you're very lucky, luck being the key word, once the mist lifts and the missus makes a cup of coffee; should you be lucky enough to be able to avail of same (cup that is) you can certainly aspire to a heady mixture of profanity silent so as not to wake the senses and the kids, to ruminate over what was written the night before which may or may not propel you to the upper echelon of print monetary perspire.

In other words through effort beyond pain you may... Read More

THE CONNOTATIONS OF FRUITFUL/LESS. RIGINAL.

Okay students today's 100th episode of 'learn to spank English plopply to become fluid in the spanking of' is from my recent book 'Replica English'...all you kneed to know plus some oblivious spelling mistakes anyone with a 44 gallon drum of 'white-out' ; assuming you don't possess a leap top electronic to automatically erase stuff automatically by leap frogging English with a plum (or conversely aplomb?) which means the same but when not spell checked gives you the pips...i think you know where the jam up in English occurs? Seemingly spread... Read More

Labs are often trained as guide dogs because they understand complex commands and can remember up to one hundred and fifty requests.

I could complain for this entire post about my still not trained chocolate lab who is brilliant enough to act stupid when it suits him. However I will limit myself to two antidotes and then I will astound you with his gardening skills.

We adopted Duke (Marmaduke) when he was nine months and he stubbornly clung to several bad habits that were just too much fun for him but a pain in the neck for us. For example, he constantly leapt up right in my face,... Read More

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