If you hadn't figured it out yet, phalanges was misspelled last time. Yes, on porpoise. So why a second article? Well, I didn't finish the conversation we had last time. If you missed the last article, you really need to read it first. This one won't make any sense at all if you don't read it. http://blogs.technet.com/b/inoun/archive/2011/03/20/rest-assured-c-is-useless-and-other-irascible-single-phylanges-salutes.aspx
To be honest, even if you do read the last one, this one probably still won't make any cents. Nice midup Inoun.
Irascible. I worked with a guy the other day that read my blog, and I was reminded of another conversation my youngest had with his friends. <midup>Well, I guess I should be glad that he has friends with good intentions. There are two words that come to mind after this conversation. Bonzomps and irascible. That was what they were talking about. Bonzomps is a made up word which will have to wait for another time, but irascible isn't. </midup>
So this coworker was a bit irascible about the whole blog. Even though he knew that all of the misspellings were intentional. And mostly, he mostly had a certain kind of irascible pain come over him every time he read a misspelling. And it kept him from enjoying the article or blog in general. Even though he new fur sure that it was all intentional.
Werwy interwesting, Inoun said, with his hand on his chin staring up to the left and into space.... My bloog sometimes creates irascible behaviors. So I guess an Apollo gee is in order. I hear by apologize to anyone offended by my offensive spelling or absurd grammar and use of gram her in the blog. I mean it. I really do mean it. This blog should be completely ignored like most of the other useless Internet twitter content out their. But please, what ever you do, don't ever be off ended by what I right. That is just not write. And is, well, never my in tent.
But I was still surprised. There are people out there who just can't get over how badly I spill and because of it, they can't enjoy the blog. So I had to lighten up the mood by telling a couple of new stories. And it helped, so I will tell them here as well. </midup>
I am still amazed that a bunch of twelve year old boys know the meaning of irascible. To tell the truth, I had to go look it up. Impressive in deed. But at the same time, it almost impresses me as much as my sister in law. You C, the misses, my misses, started a blog a long while ego, and one of the first comments was from my sister in law. She said the funniest thing. And it was probably one of the grate test's things I have ever seen written in a blog.
Anyway, my point is this. Please don't be even the least bit irascible about anything ever writ tin in my blog. Even if it does off end your sense abilities. That is never my in tent or intent as the case may be.
So what did she say that was so funny, and what was my reaction?
She said, "I just wrote my first entry. I can't believe it. I am a blooger."
I laughed. I laughed so hard.
And then I said, "ew, yuck" or is it ewe yuck...
After, of course, I looked it up. Just like you are going to do or already have done did write now.
bonzomps? huh? je ne comprends pas...
[ed. bonzomps is a word my youngest BOY made up that basically means "grunting" too hard.]
alex seems very.... rabid. like mad crazy obsessed wold, type rabid..... im scared jk.
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Who knows, there might even be a story in it for you.