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Idiosyncrasies
the old man and the ‘c’ :: You can call me, 'Sir'

While discussing funeral arrangements, the old man pointed a bony finger at the funeral director…sorry…post-life administrator, and said, “Listen, I want there to be klowns at my funeral to keep things light, but I need you to understand that they have to be klowns with a ‘k’, not with a ‘c’, because klowns with a ‘c’ are just asshats in makeup, while klowns with a ‘k’ are funny in ways that can’t be explained.”

    TAGS:  clowns, asshats, funerals, idiosyncrasies, literary references


“I don’t eat blue food.”

    TAGS:  idiosyncrasies, disclosure


The chief took the discovery of abandoned marbles quite seriously.

    TAGS:  The Chief, collections, habits, idiosyncrasies, marbles


The complicated logistics of life really cramp my style sense.

    TAGS:  women, idiosyncrasies, complicated, mechanics


And, far more importantly, why do I even care?

    TAGS:  women, idiosyncrasies, complicated, gynaecologists


 

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