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nieh
04-10-2005, 07:07 PM
He called her Ricardo (or was it Ricardo?).tea party avoid contact with living with garbage can.When living with pickup truck is cantankerous, ball bearing related to grand piano sanitize scooby snack near impresario.clodhopper toward avoid contact with behind briar patch.related to parking lot gets stinking drunk, and near polar bear feels nagging remorse; however, philosopher living with a change of heart about..Where we can usually teach our blithe spirit.
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Homer
04-10-2005, 07:13 PM
I don;t get it. that doesn't make sense does it?

Endymion
04-10-2005, 07:14 PM
stop, grammar time?
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ruroken
04-10-2005, 07:15 PM
stop, grammar time?
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yes. Damn, fucking, yes.

Homer
04-10-2005, 07:17 PM
yes. Damn, fucking, yes.

what? did those pictures give you an orgasm or something? :D

ruroken
04-10-2005, 07:18 PM
No, it was just GRAMMER TIME!!!!!!!

SkunkIt
04-10-2005, 07:19 PM
Transparent decagons cought me at an indubitable angle walking toward a cardiologist. The Rectangular sphere is not an eccentricity in the malediction of the cacophony found in the eccentricity of the duplex.

nieh
04-10-2005, 07:19 PM
That was some random email I got about a year ago that I never deleted from my inbox. I love the opening line for some reason, "He called her Ricardo (or was it Ricardo?)." I can do without the rest.

ruroken
04-10-2005, 07:20 PM
Transparent decagons cought me at an indubitable angle walking toward a cardiologist. The Rectangular sphere is not an eccentricity in the melediction of the cacophony found in the eccentricity of the duplex.
uh..............you're smart.................... :confused:

Homer
04-10-2005, 07:24 PM
That was some random email I got about a year ago that I never deleted from my inbox. I love the opening line for some reason, "He called her Ricardo (or was it Ricardo?)." I can do without the rest.

who the hell sent you this? He/she diserves to be stabbed! :D

Endymion
04-10-2005, 07:25 PM
uh..............you're smart.................... :confused:

it's not like what he said means anything.

ruroken
04-10-2005, 07:26 PM
it's not like what he said means anything.
How do you know if it does or not?

Endymion
04-10-2005, 07:28 PM
How do you know if it does or not?

because i can read.

ruroken
04-10-2005, 07:30 PM
because i can read.
You lucky bastard :mad:

Homer
04-10-2005, 07:33 PM
yeah, I'm Homer

SkunkIt
04-10-2005, 07:48 PM
it's not like what he said means anything.I'm a girl! :D

ruroken
04-10-2005, 07:49 PM
I'm a girl! :D
I thought you were! I didn't say anything cause I seem to get screwed over if I try...

Endymion
04-10-2005, 08:09 PM
I'm a girl! :D

sorry, i'll try to remember.

The Talking Pie
04-11-2005, 03:10 AM
That was some random email I got about a year ago that I never deleted from my inbox. I love the opening line for some reason, "He called her Ricardo (or was it Ricardo?)." I can do without the rest.
I got one like that. One string of words was "Dust Bunnies of Frustrating Power". I swore I'd make a poem out of that title, and for a year the words sat on a piece of paper in my room, until a few months ago I put pen to paper and produced a masterpiece. Well... actually it's awesomeness is questionable, but the title alone makes it cool.

nieh
04-11-2005, 05:55 AM
I got one like that. One string of words was "Dust Bunnies of Frustrating Power". I swore I'd make a poem out of that title, and for a year the words sat on a piece of paper in my room, until a few months ago I put pen to paper and produced a masterpiece. Well... actually it's awesomeness is questionable, but the title alone makes it cool.

You have to post it here. Anything by the name of Dust Bunnies of Frustrating Power is incredible.

JoY
04-11-2005, 08:00 AM
That was some random email I got about a year ago that I never deleted from my inbox. I love the opening line for some reason, "He called her Ricardo (or was it Ricardo?)." I can do without the rest.
actually, that's the only bit I liked, too. the rest was.. interesting, but nothing that held my attention.

JohnnyNemesis
04-11-2005, 08:00 AM
My name is Ricardo.

The Talking Pie
04-11-2005, 08:55 AM
You have to post it here. Anything by the name of Dust Bunnies of Frustrating Power is incredible.
The idea behind this tale is that they're wicked-powerful, for dust-bunnies, but compared to humans they have no power at all, so that's why it's a frustrating power; because it's useless. Use your imagination with the poem too... it's long, boring, and not clear at every point. I didn't like how it turned out much.


Dust Bunnies Of Frustrating Power

Under every child's bed lives a Dust Bunny nation,
The proudest, least-known of the childrens' creations,
For dwell do these bunnies most of anywhere,
Needing but some static and clumps of loose hair...
And in rooms of the children these bunnies take life,
Removed by no hoover nor cut by no knife.
Sleeping, children dream the grandest of things;
They're front of the line, the great ruling kings...
From these dreams, you see, the bunnies take life;
Their numbers increasing 'till the species is rife...

Tame are these creatures, alert to their post,
Defending Dust-Kingdom from their unknowing host,
So hide can they in their Dust Bunny towns,
Shaking not their heads nor wearing a frown.
For Dust Bunnies, you see, are peaceful things,
Until murder, it happens, befalls their king,
And having so passed, O' crossed is their line...
From neighbouring dirt they'll construct armies a-fine,
Recruited from dust of nearby rooms,
Until down below horrific armies loom
In patient wait laying for the unfortunate fool
Who'd scramble down there to retrieve a ball,
Or worse! Sweep in with hoover in hand...
For he Dust Bunnies have but one demand:

“Lay down your arms and submit unto us!
For years we've lay dormant and caused you no fuss,
But you, good sir, are a murdering brute!
Dead is our monarch, and you give not a hoot!
Now your turn it is to suffer in pain,
No more shall you trespass, not ever again!”

And mount they will attacks against his position,
Intent to invade an accidental incision.
O' bloody torture they'll dream upon his soul,
Though failing against time to take him whole.
So timid O' they are to aged eyes, untamed,
'Tis hard not to see how he is blamed,
Escaping deserved-wrath just mid-declaration,
All the while segmenting the Dust Bunny nation...
And for all the anger those Dust Bunnies possess
(Enough to give children infections, no less)
A sneeze or an itch is all that they'll score,
As in defeat they watch him escape through the door.
Hmm... damnit... the e-mail account I had the e-mail saved in has become inactive. Damn Hotmail. It was the only message in the account too, and I let it slip away *cries of manic desperation*

nieh
04-11-2005, 09:30 AM
it's beautiful...*sniffles*

Do you remember by chance who sent you the email? I never heard of the person who sent me mine...the name said it was Israel Milligan.

The Talking Pie
04-11-2005, 09:34 AM
I don't know... I used to get a lot of them. I think it was just some mass-spam thing. Or someone who hated me had no life... either could be possible.

the_GoDdEsS
04-11-2005, 01:15 PM
Wow, that was strange but I liked it.

Dave, I remember that poem! It's from that brilliant collection of yours.

The Talking Pie
04-11-2005, 05:13 PM
Dave, I remember that poem! It's from that brilliant collection of yours.
If my ego wasn't so big I'd blush. Thank you! :D