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EarnestQ

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You are obviously good with words, and have a need to express yourself. But as you have noticed, that this is not the right forum for this. Perhaps you could write blogs instead? I am happy to have you in this fellowship, but in line of communication, you should perhaps keep it shorter and with less complicated terms. There are many non-native speakers of English here, and I got quite lost in your stream of words.


I think he was just being playful. He really wasn't trying to say anything.
 

AuntieAnt

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I learned how to compose a mountain dew sonata out of my adverbial bubblegum that has the amphibious expectation of a bureaucratic barbecue with the flabbergasted duck-pimples that used to gurgle three scoops of diesel cup-o-noodle real estate if u find yourself doing illegal backflips while the polka-dotted signature of your raspberry snooze alarm goes viral with the free-range boatload of romantic hiccups that go bump in the photo of diamond peanut butter bellyache cravings that come with a parmesan billy-goat hashtag found in your non-violent milkshakes of yankie doodle palm-readers snorting grandmother clocks and losing weight in the acoustic library of billabong sedatives that tangled your tie-dye tournament of huckleberry smirks when you get down and out over the allergic big band rebellion who loves to subpoena a phantom breakfast burrito when the stereotypical burp festival hands you a sweet and sour holiday celebrating the art of sitting down and muttering how to resemble tic-tac-toe therapy from neptune volkswagon that does sign-language for the paperback withdrawal from postmodern skateboard jacuzzis with the university of phosphorescent child-sized opera showers from the prehistoric bumper sticker farm that hide and seeks the controversial apricot orphanage for mohawk convertibles addicted to grammatical toothpaste from the deep-fried water park conspiracy garden of interstate sit-ups intended to hot-wire your left stomachache that has a theoretical wind-farm patio behind the gas station surgery of the triangular sorcerer’s apprentice at the hookah lighthouse spinning a ravioli proverb multiplied by the honey nut cheerio square root of chevrolet somersaults that used to smell like a diet balloon in the marco polo fallacy of wide-eyed horseshoe giggles
A stupid person could not write this gibberish, that’s fo sho! This bizarro composition took some deliberate brainwork. And it made me crack up! ROFL!! ;)

My 3 kids and their life-long buddies all have this same kind of mastery of vocab and continually try to outdo each other with hysterical quips and quotes. I am usually included in their multimedia text battles and let me tell you, their brilliant absurdities make me laugh till I almost don’t make it to the bathroom. LOL!! :rolleyes: ;) ;)

In fact, my younger son & his best friend are both accomplished musicians and produce their own music. Yet when they jam together, they never fail to compose the most insane guitar arrangements you’d ever wanna hear, combining the weirdest techniques they can conjure up trying to outdo each other in absolute idiocy. They always wind up laughing their heads off (as do I when I hear ‘em). Yet they come up with the most fantastic harmonies and wild sequence of chords that are completely ingenious! (and krazee!) :p

In all honesty, silliness & laughter has gotten my siblings & me thru some extremely traumatic and catastrophic trials in life. My family is its own comedy team! To this day, my sister & I can’t talk on the phone without veering off into some wacky side-splitting chat sessions, usually about crazy family drama. It’s sure good for the heart & mind to laugh at life, sometimes.

There are plenty of awesome absurdist writers: Dr. Seuss, Jack Kerouac, TS Elliot, Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Frost. People who write out of the box, who make you have to think, and who make you laugh at yourself. You certainly could be one of those authors.

You’re young. You’ve got time to hone in on your writing skills. Why don’t you look into taking some writing courses? I’m sure you would meet lots of other unique (and funny!) writers like yourself. I loved talking with my English Lit and Art teachers when I was in school because they were always uniquely eccentric and full of lively ideas and colorful vision. They inspired me so much!

Man, I hope you don’t stay isolated for too long because there are some folks out there who could sure use your brand of comedic cleverness and colorful ideas. Making people smile is an excellent gift! :D

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Lynx

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Even if it is crazy, this is the streams of Consciousness thread... That post fit right in.
 

melita916

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AuntieAnt, I have NO idea why you described your younger son and his friend that kinda way. They are well behaved individuals! :rolleyes:
 

AuntieAnt

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AuntieAnt, I have NO idea why you described your younger son and his friend that kinda way. They are well behaved individuals! :rolleyes:
ROFL!! I tried to raise them goobers the best I could Melita.




And don't let Melita fool you. She has a fantastic sense of humor & says the most hysterical things that make me roar with laughter. Her & her hubby harmonize songs together, too... PURPOSELY OFF-KEY and crack me up so much!!! LMHO!!!!

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Didymous

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A stupid person could not write this gibberish, that’s fo sho! This bizarro composition took some deliberate brainwork. And it made me crack up! ROFL!! ;)

My 3 kids and their life-long buddies all have this same kind of mastery of vocab and continually try to outdo each other with hysterical quips and quotes. I am usually included in their multimedia text battles and let me tell you, their brilliant absurdities make me laugh till I almost don’t make it to the bathroom. LOL!! :rolleyes: ;) ;)

In fact, my younger son & his best friend are both accomplished musicians and produce their own music. Yet when they jam together, they never fail to compose the most insane guitar arrangements you’d ever wanna hear, combining the weirdest techniques they can conjure up trying to outdo each other in absolute idiocy. They always wind up laughing their heads off (as do I when I hear ‘em). Yet they come up with the most fantastic harmonies and wild sequence of chords that are completely ingenious! (and krazee!) :p

In all honesty, silliness & laughter has gotten my siblings & me thru some extremely traumatic and catastrophic trials in life. My family is its own comedy team! To this day, my sister & I can’t talk on the phone without veering off into some wacky side-splitting chat sessions, usually about crazy family drama. It’s sure good for the heart & mind to laugh at life, sometimes.

There are plenty of awesome absurdist writers: Dr. Seuss, Jack Kerouac, TS Elliot, Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Frost. People who write out of the box, who make you have to think, and who make you laugh at yourself. You certainly could be one of those authors.

You’re young. You’ve got time to hone in on your writing skills. Why don’t you look into taking some writing courses? I’m sure you would meet lots of other unique (and funny!) writers like yourself. I loved talking with my English Lit and Art teachers when I was in school because they were always uniquely eccentric and full of lively ideas and colorful vision. They inspired me so much!

Man, I hope you don’t stay isolated for too long because there are some folks out there who could sure use your brand of comedic cleverness and colorful ideas. Making people smile is an excellent gift! :D

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Growing up, the only way I kept my sanity was.from laughter sometimes. I've always said," NDNs gotta laugh, so they don't cry."
 

Didymous

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Feb 22, 2018
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A stupid person could not write this gibberish, that’s fo sho! This bizarro composition took some deliberate brainwork. And it made me crack up! ROFL!! ;)

My 3 kids and their life-long buddies all have this same kind of mastery of vocab and continually try to outdo each other with hysterical quips and quotes. I am usually included in their multimedia text battles and let me tell you, their brilliant absurdities make me laugh till I almost don’t make it to the bathroom. LOL!! :rolleyes: ;) ;)

In fact, my younger son & his best friend are both accomplished musicians and produce their own music. Yet when they jam together, they never fail to compose the most insane guitar arrangements you’d ever wanna hear, combining the weirdest techniques they can conjure up trying to outdo each other in absolute idiocy. They always wind up laughing their heads off (as do I when I hear ‘em). Yet they come up with the most fantastic harmonies and wild sequence of chords that are completely ingenious! (and krazee!) :p

In all honesty, silliness & laughter has gotten my siblings & me thru some extremely traumatic and catastrophic trials in life. My family is its own comedy team! To this day, my sister & I can’t talk on the phone without veering off into some wacky side-splitting chat sessions, usually about crazy family drama. It’s sure good for the heart & mind to laugh at life, sometimes.

There are plenty of awesome absurdist writers: Dr. Seuss, Jack Kerouac, TS Elliot, Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Frost. People who write out of the box, who make you have to think, and who make you laugh at yourself. You certainly could be one of those authors.

You’re young. You’ve got time to hone in on your writing skills. Why don’t you look into taking some writing courses? I’m sure you would meet lots of other unique (and funny!) writers like yourself. I loved talking with my English Lit and Art teachers when I was in school because they were always uniquely eccentric and full of lively ideas and colorful vision. They inspired me so much!

Man, I hope you don’t stay isolated for too long because there are some folks out there who could sure use your brand of comedic cleverness and colorful ideas. Making people smile is an excellent gift! :D

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Growing up, the only way I kept my sanity was.from laughter sometimes. I've always said," NDNs gotta laugh, so they don't cry."
 
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You are obviously good with words, and have a need to express yourself. But as you have noticed, that this is not the right forum for this. Perhaps you could write blogs instead? I am happy to have you in this fellowship, but in line of communication, you should perhaps keep it shorter and with less complicated terms. There are many non-native speakers of English here, and I got quite lost in your stream of words.
I agree. Its the very definition of flowery language...

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com

Flowery adjective

3. (usually disapproving)(of speech or writing)too complicated; not expressed in a clear and simple way. flowery language/prose
 
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egeiro

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I left for the gym an hour and fifteen minutes ago. I had my green tea before hand so I was feeling pretty pumped for my work out.

I decided to pump some heavy iron and did back and shoulders. Although it was getting late in the night, it was still drawing out peak hour at the gym and my attempt to avoid the crowd proved fruitless. The jocks grunting over by the smith machines, awkward teenagers leaning over the free weights and hogging equipment I needed and was tempted to push them over for.

So I worked the lat pull down, seated row, then went to man-grunting territory in the sea of sweaty testosterone filled men and found my place dead smack in the middle. I felt pretty satisfied when this random vein on my under arm started showing as I lifted dumbbells over my head to destroy my shoulders. I lifted until my arms shook. I continued on to another two exercises in the free weights section until I was adamant I couldn't lift anymore. So I threw my towel over my shoulder and casually exited.

I then drove two minutes down the road and bought McDonalds.

My night has been awesome. :p
 

Lynx

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Aug 13, 2014
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I left for the gym an hour and fifteen minutes ago. I had my green tea before hand so I was feeling pretty pumped for my work out.

I decided to pump some heavy iron and did back and shoulders. Although it was getting late in the night, it was still drawing out peak hour at the gym and my attempt to avoid the crowd proved fruitless. The jocks grunting over by the smith machines, awkward teenagers leaning over the free weights and hogging equipment I needed and was tempted to push them over for.

So I worked the lat pull down, seated row, then went to man-grunting territory in the sea of sweaty testosterone filled men and found my place dead smack in the middle. I felt pretty satisfied when this random vein on my under arm started showing as I lifted dumbbells over my head to destroy my shoulders. I lifted until my arms shook. I continued on to another two exercises in the free weights section until I was adamant I couldn't lift anymore. So I threw my towel over my shoulder and casually exited.

I then drove two minutes down the road and bought McDonalds.

My night has been awesome. :p
If you eat fast food after working out, you might as well have not worked out. :p
 

egeiro

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If you eat fast food after working out, you might as well have not worked out. :p
I know, but they both seemed like the right thing to do at the time. Like that time I mixed all the left over food at Sizzlers to create an evil concoction and paid my nephews to eat it (This only happened yesterday).