strawman wrote:In a spirit of helpfulness, and as a representative of an audience with "typical" brain density, I hereby issue an "over my head" alert on recent drabbles, and call those whose goal is general comprehension to adjust their trajectories accordingly. Fax Machine Crescendo and ECO Friendly are not enough hint for me. And is porridge the same thing as curds and whey?
Please keep in mind that we don't want to lose our Canadian audience.
My 2secondGoldfish spouse will likely give me the evil eye for jumping in before she can explain but of course I'm
at the computer now...
Nothing as frustraiting as trying to off yourself and discovering the cleaning products under the sink only kill stains.
Yeah, "porridge" took me awhile to get used to. Being a Yankie, I was always brought up with good ol' Oatmeal or Cream-of-wheat. But I guess that one covers most of your flavorless hot bowls of goopy morning cereal. Which of course, If I were Goldielocks,I think I'd go on to the next woodland creature's home and eat their bacon and eggs. But that's just me.
ROU Killing Time wrote: strawman wrote:
"Cyclostrophic motion is negligible in Coriolis acceleration," shouted the meteorologist. He smirked at Strawman.
Due to her job title, Meteorologist, he assumed that she studied meteors. But all she ever talked about was the weather.
Funny, and topically relevant to the recent discussion. Nominate this one as a weekly winner.
-5 points for being politically correct and having the guy be the dense one.
I had hoped everyones' love of Brine shrimp would make my Sea Monkey twit-fic a shoe -in, but I have to agree that is a finely crafted micro story.
The alien horde had finally halted. Our sonic weapons had worked. Their battle cry was no more. "Yep yep yep yep, uh huh!"