• Andy commented on the post, carbon 7 years, 1 month ago

    Who the hell invents these words? They’re like ‘yacht’ or ‘onomatopoeia’. I think people who make these up like on Webster all go out drunk one night and say “WATCH OUT! CAR! WHERE ARE MY BONBONS?” And then Mr. […]

  • Andy commented on the post, chain 7 years, 1 month ago

    what the hell is punyeta? So anyway, Yes. Chains. I had a friend who wrote a story about a guy whose alter ego was a hot sexy girl named Chain and she could tear your heart out if you break a promise. It was a […]

  • Andy commented on the post, side 7 years, 1 month ago

    On the side of the omelette, there are plates. Plates of food, of delights, of evil and flowers. You never know what you might get. or should you get it? You don’t know, you look at the odd food on each plate and […]

  • Andy commented on the post, side 7 years, 1 month ago

    On the side of the plate are omelets. There are many kinds of different omeletes, but my favorite ones are the ones that my mother eats and consumes. There are many different kinds of men also, but my favorite […]

  • Andy commented on the post, half 7 years, 1 month ago

    a half of me is a half of you. you have nothing to do. I have omelets and dishes and half-baked dreams to make out of you and what God has dealt me. These five cards in my hand have no tomorrow, no future, and I […]

  • Andy commented on the post, fractures 7 years, 3 months ago

    Bone fractures were the last he saw of his mother. She had tripped down the stairs and off she went into heaven. So her body was a poor broken thing, and it had fractures everywhere. Where do we get all these […]

  • Andy commented on the post, cathedral 7 years, 4 months ago

    The cathedral was where the corpse bride and her Mr. Skeleton became one. Many attended the wedding, from the lowliest and ugliest worm to the poshest of Deaths. There isn’t much to do while waiting for the bride […]

  • Andy commented on the post, brief 7 years, 4 months ago

    Brief lives we live. There is not much we can do about it. If only we could live a little longer, right? But then, if you haven’t lived the life you want by its end, then what’s the point of having a little more […]

  • Andy commented on the post, switching 7 years, 4 months ago

    Switching the switch on and off takes a lot of effort. Some people take longer, others take so quickly it’s like making pancakes. But once in a while we come across someone who needs switching help. There’s not a […]

  • Andy commented on the post, racket 7 years, 4 months ago

    It’s such a racket to use a racket in the badminton courts. Everyone just throwing and walloping and hitting that shuttlecock with their best shot. You can’t hear yourself or your self doubts when you play hard. […]

  • Andy commented on the post, nest 7 years, 4 months ago

    The nest of children is full of blood and bits of flesh. Once upon a time there were children here, in this nest, laughing gaily and playing like there’s no tomorrow. Which is true: there will be no tomorrow for […]

  • Andy commented on the post, chat 7 years, 4 months ago

    To have a chat with a friend is to chitter and chatter, sometimes about substantial things, often otherwise. Birds chatter too, often too much about nonsense, but then perhaps birds make sense to themselves. I […]

  • Andy commented on the post, grind 7 years, 4 months ago

    My friend and I once went to a dance where there was grinding, and they all looked like they were having fun, so much so that she said, “Someone is going to get pregnant just by dancing!” Oh my gosh, at that time […]

  • Andy commented on the post, jelly 7 years, 4 months ago

    Jellyfish once attacked my uncle. It turned red and raw. It was funny. Hahaha! But We didn’t laugh at the time. We were worried and we wondered what to do. I heard he was stuck at home having the most difficult […]

  • Andy commented on the post, treaty 7 years, 4 months ago

    Treaties are made between nations to ensure peace and prosperity. It is how they make sure that they are not going to attack one another. It is how they understand one another. Treaties are like agreements after a […]

  • Andy commented on the post, emptying 7 years, 4 months ago

    It is in emptying yourself that you find nothing. People cannot be empty. They must be full to the brim and flow out of who they are. They must share their whole selves so that they may also fill the emptiness of […]

  • Andy commented on the post, cap 7 years, 4 months ago

    A cap like my grandfather’s is always on his head. It’s as if it defines him, it defined him. You never see him without it outside. It’s to protect his head as well as, probably, to hide the multitude of white […]