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Never leave a boot alone in a room with a lot of beer and buttons that can be pushed.
The sky was exploding in delightful waves of daisies and sherbets, each wave rolling out the oppressive heat, the dots of cool ladybugs were peppering down and reflecting off the diamond eyes of the young girl and as each wave bounced away they hit the striped circle of sugar overhead and the colours slowly melted away into pots of rose-petals, ochre, yolks, grapes, buttons, ice-cream, and violets.
Crush one spoon of buttons, blend into the dry bugs, gradually combine with the walrus, bake for one hour and leave Becky to dry on wire racks.
After drinking two cans of Earth Axis, my friend Schuster was spinning so fast the buttons popped right off his shirt.
Every day Jim watched the unpressed button, thinking that one day it was going to get pressed and bugger the consequences.
It is a little known fact that every woman possesses a button jar where she stores small envelopes of extra buttons and thread that come with the clothing she buys; it is an even lesser known fact that when a man disposes of this jar because of its “seemingly useless buttons and threads” he has committed a cardinal sin for which he will never be forgiven.
Opening the jar and running her fingers through the buttons was like running her fingers through time.
Don’t leave them lying about if you don’t want people to be pushing ‘em.
Yesterday I found a very big button.
I slipped the big button into my pocket for another day of adventure, reminding myself that it was not a lost kitten and there was no little girl crying herself to sleep over a pile of handmade reward posters, yet I could feel a sadness trying to creep into my thoughts, but I pushed them away, since the button didn’t seem concerned at all.
My big button friend had been out of work for nearly eight months now, so you’d think I’d know better than to mention zippers after we’d had a few.
I hope in the future people don't forget the tactile importance of knobs and buttons.
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