[Reblog] Spoonerisms and Jackanapes!

While I’m gettin around to getting back to#betterblogging, this was such a fantastic story to both read and to hear being read aloud. Wow! Happy new year, hopefully, for all – doesn’t Time flyby, day or night, hope all are safe, well and contented 🙂 Thanks Anand for recent visiting and a wonderful revisit to your blog (albeit briefly, for now)…

absolutely bunkum!

Zaza: A sitara was playing a sitar. Jackanapes had a fly on his nape and he was a whippersnapper, dipper and dapper. Sanguine sang-froid babies sang Freud songs under porcelain gouache posters. A conniption in an anon, a canon of heroic deeds, needs, reeds, feeds, gingerly steps, jejune firefly, Mayflower, shower.  Jazz.

Logos: Zazz.

Zaza: His sasur asked for a raised ration in a susurration. Ratified conflagration. A national annexure. That proscenium osculation under the weather of bellwether.

Logos: Bomb of aplomb ensconced in the throne of winter balloon.  Functionaries riding frowsy waves of perfunctory glances. 

Zaza: A logician taught tautological logics about logistics to his pupil who were also under the titillating tutelage of a humongous master who disabused them by training them into rhetorics.  Take your own effigy and burn it like you blaspheme gods of reasons and then thy spirit of reason will bear fruits in due…

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6 thoughts on “[Reblog] Spoonerisms and Jackanapes!

  1. About your second comment: yes, I totally relate with what you’re saying. I also asked you about your blog’s name. Has it changed? Was it same as your WordPress handle before? Maybe. I am not sure. It’s a nice name. Thank you!

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    1. only 1 L, soz to be so pedantic(!) Apols for missing the point of your kind comment: gravatar: it’s actually only a screenshot of my photo of my ornamental mirror gifted to me by a very dear friend, once upon a time. Then using the ‘negative’ function in basic MSPaint, thus I have disguised the original image’s appearance with just one click. I believe the mirror was a Fair Trade type item, seeming overpriced and also somewhat repetitive product design and mass-produced, simple and quite beautiful for my home and very gratefully received in the hope that the community of origin were not endangered my the materials used nor deprived of return for their labour. hopefully.
      And hopefully you are having great time too with continuing year’s celebrations and remembrances. Best wishes 🙂
      PS: you’re very welcome for the reblog, apols that I prob don’t get to drive enough traffic your way website-wise (and quite anxiety-ridden for all around the world bearing the brunt of our dreadful shalegas and gas clouds billowing about and settling above us briefly enough to see and feel how dreadful it must be while it gathers itself together to smog so many others elsewhere like never before. perhaps that is how it is. I stopped my gas in recent years as even our electricity turbines in so many places are only driven by gas turbines (and even rely on camping indoors when able enough, for whatever good reason might seem appropriate, though loopy in many’s estimation. Have a good day and happy blogging 🙂

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      1. oops, no counting well this A.M. (morning)… not in one click, two clicks in software – one to open the menu and one to select the function. Not getting round to playing with complex (lo-tech old stuff) enough yet. Never wanting new-fangled stuff much at all when happier with the old stuff on disc I obtained by magazine purchase originally and hoping to still work on my old Flintstone (the Dino I was calling it, but it might have caused confusion with naming alike code for ‘dynamite’… every word seems the wrong word to use when there is not even a tone to interpret it with and even when we says it…I mean, when one says it, though ofte we might say sez it… etc… running on, apols again 😉

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      2. Oh darn spellchecker is to be blamed but then I should be able to retain a friend’s name–I just checked and it means a necklace as far as French origin name is considered–though maybe yours means something else. I feel we have discussed meaning of your name before. The image in the picture might or might not be Sun–I used to draw Sun like that when I was young.

        Thanks again and please don’t worry about the traffic–like you I never worried much about it–but to say that we don’t care about it at all will be a falsehood too–as we are feedback driven organisms.

        If I gather it correctly maybe you are referring to a local phenomenon. Even in Delhi there were great gas clouds after Diwali celebrations as people burnt crackers despite government prohibitions. I feel stellar movements and weather combined with these cause anxiety. I hope you start feeling better soon. It’s a joy to interact with you. Stay blessed and have a great day ahead!

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