Surrogate Weekly Vocab
|From:||Christian Thalmann <cinga@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 19, 2003, 21:12|
It's been more than a week since the last official edition, and
I'm bored right now... so here goes. Sorry if I repeat words
we've had before. Brought to you by the letter l and adverbials.
In winter, we get so little sunlight around here that most
people suffer from a light case of depression, which shouldn't
be taken lightly.
My last old shoes have lasted long, but I've bought a new pair
Once you've left the tunnel, you'll have only little time left
to reach the building to your left.
Leaning against a tree, the jogger stretches her lean calves.
Before long, I will be longing for an even longer vacation.
Were it not for my shyness, I'd love to confess my love to
the love of my life.
Though my grandmother liked the poem, she found the line
about a clothesline lined with lingerie out of line.
Hmpf, I can't think of any more double uses...
Laugh, or be laughed at.
When I have a lump in my throat, I drink a cup of ginger
tea with three lumps of sugar.
And to perpetuate Christopher Wright's tradition...
consider it optional, though. =P
After the king's men had torn my house down, burned my
crops, taught my children dirty words, and stuck a
fencepole through my chest, I found the wheezing noise
the hole in my lungs made when I played the tuba mildly
-- Christian Thalmann