273. No point pretending

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Anybody who knows me well will realise that my mind is a sewer, in need of strong disinfection. And that I laugh at my own humour. It’s just how I am. No amount of meditation will smooth away these character traits.

So when fellow blogger Mark Bickerton put out a challenge earlier today to write a sentence or paragraph of twenty-six words, with at least some meaning, where the first letter of each word reads acrostically from A to Z, I came up with the following miasmal effort.

 

A big cock does eventually find good housing, if jellied. KY leverages many new openings, particularly quirky, rare slots, typically under-hydrated. Very wet xtremities… yippee!

Zoro  

 

I’m still grinning. You see how little hope there is for me.

If anyone fancies having a try, it’s great fun and the webpage is at: https://markbickerton.com/2020/04/01/writers-wanted-exercise-2

 

 

9 thoughts on “273. No point pretending

  1. Hahahaha….no replies here yet, Kev!
    LOL
    Well, I love it. That really is a good brain teaser exercise and yours is hilarious and titillating, to say the least, although I AM curious to know what a jellied cock entails. Sounds painful! Or delicious! The Shroedinger’s cat of cocks……..??!!!
    I’m gonna post this exercise in my work email.
    Everybody’s been sending “diverting” and “uplifting” comics, messages, etc. to each other while we work from, and this is perfect!
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  2. Well, that’s you, Mark, AND me. It’s a hard exercise! Quirky’s perfect.
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