Friday, January 9, 2009

New Phrases

It is a cold drizzly, grey day, so I'll be cleaning my gutters (because I will need the rain water to survive in the new economy - your fault). It's such a mindless task - pull wet muck, throw overboard, move two feet along, repeat.

I find my mind wandering as I perform the thankless task. One of the things I do is try to create sentences that have never been uttered in the history of language. For example: "Go get the rest of the softball team to help me move Hitler's piano." Yep, never been said.

Go ahead - you try.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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