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coconut karma :: pam

The shaman warns us that if one doesn’t learn one’s karmic lessons in this life, one runs the risk of returning as a lower life-form such as a coconut; what he fails to impress on us, among other things, are 1) how exactly we could be cognizant that we have been cruelly debased to the level of a tropical fruit, and 2) why being a coconut is an inherently bad thing at all.

    TAGS:  coconuts, karma, reincarnation

kismet and tell :: steve

Stupid Karma—showing up on the arm of sweet Serendipity, but going home with that bad boy Ironic Twist.

    TAGS:  irony, karma, kismet, serendipity

apropos :: hysterium

Zack was reassured that all the stories he had been told about karma were true as he heard the news report that a couple charged with tax evasion were caught on April 15th.

    TAGS:  apropos, karma, taxes, tax evasion

Henry’s plan to have his sick friend Bob sneeze on his IRS papers before he gave them to the taxman may or may not have gotten the taxman sick, but it definitely turned into instant bad karma when Henry caught Bob’s cold.

    TAGS:  Henry, Bob, karma, IRS, taxes, sneeze

My boss’s demeanor is decidedly chilly; coworkers take their morning walks without inviting me; my phone calls are never returned; my best ballpoint pens have grown legs and walked away; all of this signals the fact that I have some bad workplace karma on my soul.

    TAGS:  karma, office work, workplace karma

Karma seems to be working very inefficiently at the moment, so I think if we could just instead collect (and trade) karma sticks we’d be on the path to a more enlightened and treasure-filled packet of chips.

    TAGS:  karma, collecting, karma sticks

karma party :: boot

All Scriners invited, please BYO beer, karma sticks and jam.

    TAGS:  jam, karma, karma sticks

karma totebag :: pam

It’s days like this when I wonder if it’s fair to the normal people, to walk around with my tote bag, tempting them to innocently log onto the site ... and thereby subjecting them to All This.

    TAGS:  karma, scrine love, scrine goodies, totebags

Jake was never sure, on balance, whether his life was one of good deeds or bad, and when he came back as a welcome mat he remained as unsure as ever.

    TAGS:  karma, balance, indeterminate

Lid of Justice :: boot

Thursday finally realised that whenever he had behaved particularly poorly toward his fellow human beings, the damn jam jar lid stuck like the devil itself.

    TAGS:  karma, justice

Bad Karma? :: OhNo789

Charlie hoped that his priest would be able to condone the usage, and eventual clogging of a handicapped bathroom, because, well, he just couldn’t hold it.

    TAGS:  karma, Charlie

The best recommendation a lawyer ever gets is when his adversaries' clients pass his name along to their friends and family.

    TAGS:  lawyers, karma

yin and yang. :: goliard

While I do not revel in the fact that I am one day shorter of breath at this close; it's pretty OK that my ex is too.

    TAGS:  karma

That balancing the causality books would be a lot harder than spinning plates on tall sticks on the beach sidewalk for spare change.

    TAGS:  karma, no ducks here, hell - the feeling, life-truths


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