The Art of Slather

There is a word in the English language that is underused. It crops up from time to time to be used as a cheap comedy word then dropped like eggshells in the garbage disposal. I’m sure y’all reading now figured it out by the title – SLATHER.

Slather is one of the most powerful yet underused words in the English language. Many people that like to use powerful words usually resort to cursing, such as popular use of the word “fuck” and its various voices and moods. However, I feel that constant usage of power words waters down the actual phrase and in the process includes so much extra “noise” that the original sound … Read More »

The Dialogues of 7th Grade Boys

Boy 1: Hey there’s this girl in our class that I like, but don’t know what to say to her.

Boy 2: Hmm, I know! Tell her you have wet dreams about her.

1: You’re stupid.

2: Listen, if you tell her that and she doesn’t understand it, she obviously doesn’t know about sex.

1: Ok.

2: Now if she does get it, she not only knows about sex but also is clearly fertile because girls start puberty before guys. That means you two can have sex!

1: Brilliant! I’ll do it tomorrow.

[Homeroom]

2: Ok man, do it! She’s just doing homework now, it’s time, it’s time, it’s Vader time!

1: Shut up crotchmoss.

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1: Hey Shelly, need any help with homework?

S: I’m ok mostly…It’s … Read More »

The Ultimate Warrior as transcribed by Sanguine French

snort, heavy breathing

Nonsensical ramblings: logical or not? That is the question.

So the birds told the beavers that the honey is overflowing these days. With the economy being as poor/positive as it is, certain men and women who used to be men know that when the JUICE is LOOSE, no amount of fear can stop the money from climbing.

Now Modus Tollens might be used to prove invalid arguments valid, but that may not be correct. An argument is always valid unless proved invalid. This is done if all the premises are true and the conclusion is false. So for example, I may say, “Joanne is loquacious” which can be symbolized as P and “Roxanne is somber (q) and Joanne is loquacious” symbolized as p … Read More »