“Puns are lazy writing….” Amen, Krusty. Amen. But what’s even lazier, and I think Brian Regan said it best, is the statement, “One thing led to another…” As the writer, aren’t you supposed to tell WHAT one thing led to the next? Yes. “Adolf Hitler was rejected from art school as a young man. One thing led to another and America ended up dropping two atomic bombs on the sovereign nation of Japan.” That’s B. Regan’s joke. To credit my source. Anywho, puns are acceptable on and off but should never be a staple of one’s vocabulary, as funny as they sometimes can be. It’s like cussing in music. I think it’s terrible. The English language is so full of…words…to, uh, describe…stuff. Cursed my limited lexicon. But speaking of music and descriptive lyrics, John Lennon rocked the guit-box (capo and all) while simultaneously singing some superb sentiments. Oh, that’s one thing I love. Alliteration. Wow. This was a rambling mess of disconnected thoughts, now wasn’t it?
- You look good doing what you're doing. Some better than others, but I applaud the effort, regardless.
The 100 Days of Ties Project
Gents with Questions for the Fairer Sex:
- 100 Days of Ties: Day 88 with Jimmy Eat World, Gant Rugger, and those Gitman Brothers.
- 100 Days of Ties: Day 87, continuing with the bow ties, Jimmy Buffett and dreaming of boat drinks.
- 100 Days of Ties: Day 86, a long overdue bowtie and one. cold. morning. commute.
- Quality and Quantity: Purge to fill with the Yuketen Country Ranger and more.
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