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The symphony of you.

Perhaps I need to first have a few words in place before I can whip up a decent entry. Random and unrelated words like “milk”, “conundrum”, and “brief”, when put together in one sentence, can probably induce some mind-boggling results. Something like:

- The glass of milk, upon uttering a difficult conundrum and giving itself the briefest of shakes, broke the poor cup-of-tea’s heart, shattering it into a million tiny pieces.

Or:

- Any conundrum that involves milk can be briefly inspiring.

If these results were to be submitted to a psychologist, he or she might ponder for a brief moment in time, before calmly reaching for a cute little pitcher of milk with a faded imprint of a buzzing bee on it, and upon carefully pouring its contents into a cup of thick, black-as-night coffee, says with a heavy sigh: “I’m afraid we have a conundrum here.”

Wonderful.

Now, let us see – what words are next…?

...

I have been told that I handle stress very well.

HAHAHAHAHA.

Ha. Ha.

You know, I cannot say that with a straight face, truly.

But I guess I shall have to take it as a compliment anyway. Because if I were to take it as something else, I might have to jump out the window next.

Details of this entry.Sunday, July 01, 2007, filed under Musings.
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  1. huh…

    “The glass of milk, upon uttering a difficult conundrum and giving itself the briefest of shakes, broke the poor cup-of-tea’s heart, shattering it into a million tiny pieces.”

    Or:

    “Any conundrum that involves milk can be briefly inspiring.”

    what on earth does that mean?? your sentence really doesn’t make any sense. >_<

    What about this…?

    “The conundrum, never answered, of which a brief soaked in milk without getting wet.”

    azxel | 09/07/07 04:45 PM



  2. Azxel – Teeheehee. I’m glad my messages did not quite get through. BWAHAHAHA.

    Strizzt | 09/07/07 07:21 PM



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