Weekly Vocab 21
|From:||Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, September 7, 2003, 17:22|
I'm adding a modicum of sanity this time. Well, not exactly sanity, but at
least it isn't the end of the world.
A dull knife cuts no cheese.
The cheese sculptor creates a figure with bulging muscles.
Its cheesy robes brush the floor.
The robes almost seem to be made of real cloth--silk and linen and velvet.
The cheese for the robes is a pure white mozarella, whereas the skin is
made of a creamy cheddar.
6. to swing
The robe is so thin that it swings in a breeze.
The expression of the cheddar hero is the awkward embarrassment of someone
needing to visit the lavatory.
8. to entertain
The careful carving of the sculptor entertains the sort of people who
memorize games of chess.
A dot appears on the hero's nose, spoiling his beauty with a wart.
The dot is a fly that decided to breathe its last by defiling a piece of