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‘Welcome to the real world,’ he said and carefully peeled away the corner of the house to reveal a path of crushed bones leading down into an area of the canvas where the artist had yet to properly complete the shading.
If you were turned inside out, it wouldn’t be gooey and gross; it would put your bones on the outside, which would just be an exoskeleton, right?
The odd little girl called Abraham Jones,
Was popular amongst the town’s cicerones;
“She’s allergic to flip phones, make a call and you’ll see
That she’ll puff up just like she’s been stung by a bee;”
So the tourists would dial and fill the air with ringtones,
Just to watch Abraham swell 'round her thin little bones.
I’m sure it’s only a matter time before the Google Coop calls on me to be one of their subject experts, but I’m having trouble deciding which category I should be listed under - “giants” or “bones”.
Apparently the bones in my fingers know more about what I want than I do, since I don’t recall logging into Scrine earlier today - but yet am - it must have been done without the involvement of my brain.
In honor of his sore muscles, Henry’s bones operated at half-mast the entire morning.
Peter was too deep a sleeper to ever catch the glacier when it paused in front of his house each night and spit out the mastodon bones, but being an early riser, he was usually able to get the mess cleaned up before 6 a.m., which kept most of the neighbors from complaining too much.
When Oscar spotted the first new bamboo leg sprouting up near his groin, he thought it was kind of cute and didn’t say anything to his doctor, but when three more sprouted up on his thigh and he started having trouble getting into his slacks, he called to make an appointment.
The duck on the woman’s plate had obviously been the victim of murder, but what was even more obvious was Rufus’ reckless desire for the woman; “Easy, my friend,” Schuster whispered to Rufus as the woman sucked noisely at one of the duck’s greasy leg bones, “lest our dinner companion decide to serve you as the next course.”
The petite little girl called Abraham Jones
Weighed almost nothing - doctors blamed hollow bones;
So on windy days she’d just float around in the air,
Unless her father remembered to tie weights to her hair.
“And if I ever get in a terrible car accident,” Henry told his doctor, “or a skiing accident or any kind of accident where I break all my bones, make sure you put me in rose colored body cast because I think it’d be kind of fun to tell people that the world looks better in a rose colored body cast.”
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