I'm a closet tree-hugger. I love this!
Would that make it a self destructive tree?
As I thought nature kills
The Happening II? :-)
I remember my English teacher Paul Baglow explaining to us once what an oxymoron was. I was fifteen at the time and in love with him and Shakespeare (the conversation was precipitated by a discussion of the oxymoron-laden language of Romeo and Juliet). Baglow explained the term with examples from heavy metal band names: Iron Maiden for example. It was at that point that I think I might have thought: isn't being an English teacher just the coolest thing anyone could EVER do?
Like Eeyore admiring his haycorns?
[Sorry about that. It was the middle of the night.]
There is a dress size, PetiteXL.[sorry about all this]
"PetiteXL" - glorious! Ta for sharing that one, ElizT!Ellis, you've amazed, amused and baffled me throughout the year. Have a good Christmas.
happy New Year, Ellis! Quercus you got going on for you. Oxymoronicus I think is an unguent to remove unsightly hairy warts from maidens who are actually sweet and good and not at all horrible. But who am i to tell you how to celebrate the new year! Do it with an axe! Do it with wood (more fun). Do it warted or un-so. Just keep we blog-snoopers in oddities to look at. All the best, wierdo.xx
So did Jehovah.
When the woodman enters the woods, the trees do their best to comfort themselves by whispering to each other: "The axehandle is on our side".(inspired by Eric Chevillard)
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