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(This post has been removed. ChuteTheMall's doctors expect
him to make a full recovery, and he has indicated that he
understands the reasons for his ass-whipping, and that he
will try to behave in the future.);L
I posted a new glocktalk thread
There were no replies
So I went to bed
I closed my eyes and had a dream
All I saw were answered posts
On the wings of angelic hosts
Then I started to scream
I awoke with a fright
To a bump in the night
I grabbed my glock
Checked the chamber
I was ready to rock
To face the unknown danger
I stumbled out the door
Saw nothing and continued fore
Step by step I went
Until I heard a noise that
Filled me with dread
I was first to answer
somebody has way too much time on their hands.
it did make the hour break go quicker
Like other GlockTalk users, I have pondered the significance of the “X” word post threads, a phenomenon started by ChuteTheMall. I did not get in on the game early on, so by the time I read through the two and three word posts, they were long and cumbersome and had deteriorated beyond any hope for recovery. I was intrigued by the later twelve word post and posted haiku, hoping to juggle both syllable and word counting, with mixed success. I resisted the fifty word post trying not to encourage ChuteTheMall, but I find I cannot fight any longer. I surrender.
To aid the other glocktalkers we could divide the 100 word post into smaller “bite-size” pieces, for example 50 two word posts, 33 1/3 three word posts, 25 4 word posts or 10 ten word posts. One coherent post isn’t necessary as exemplified by my other postings. Start with baby steps.
Thread to post
Not more than or
Less than one million words
Would be a challenge for some
But our hero has a proven strategy
To incrementally increase the words in each line
Until, what once was unachievable is rendered merely routine
It is now your turn
There was a Great Dog Convention.
But, before they could enter,
or even take a look,
they had to take their a**hole off,
and hang it on a hook.
But before they even got seated,
(every mother, pup, and sire),
An old dog hollered from the back,
"Run for your life. It's a FIRE!"
The crowd of dogs began to panic,
and nobody stopped to look.
They grabbed the very nearest a**hole,
off the very nearest hook.
And this is why, even today,
a dog will drop a bone,
to sniff another dog's a**hole,
to see if it's his own.
;G ;a ;a
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