Sunday, November 26, 2006

Eligant Thiungs





We have a crowded docket of Word Criminals today, courtesy of Roxan; to-wit:

spoted
eligant
strieght
remined me
sort of burned the house done
claud didn't stock any riseling
thiungs
Adiu bloomingdales...I neveer knew you

They were all found guilty and sentenced to hard labor creating this little Twisted Linguistics story:


Claud was this old boy who needed to do his Christmas shopping. He was strieght, but he did know how to shop 'til he dropped. Unfortunately, Claud didn't stock any riseling and thiungs got pretty weird when he was spoted by the Shopping Police in the eligant Kitchen Accessories department at Bloomie's. Truly, Claud did not know what riseling was so it wasn't really his fault, but he sort of burned the house done.

"Adiu bloomingdales...I neveer knew you!" Claud cried as he beat a hasty retreat out the emergency exit.

Remined me to tell you what happened that time he tried to shop Victoria's Secret and insisted on trying on the thiungs.

7 comments:

RexZeitgiest said...

Stay away from the thongs Claude....i speak from personal experience!

Steve G said...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....

Serena Joy said...

'Tis the season, Steve.

Um, Rex, do we want to know more? Probably not, huh?:)

Kanrei said...

That is such a cute reindeer (sp?). THe Christmas words gone bad are hard to read. They must be digging deep for evil criminal words.

How was your turkey day?

Serena Joy said...

Evil Criminal Words don't have real high standards. They are indeed sometimes hard to read, but read them we must. If we don't, they could sneak up behind us and scare us.

My Turkey Day was most excellent, thanks. I'm over the worst of the bloating now.:)

Kanrei said...

I was in a three day turkey coma. I barely got up this morning. I cannot believe I did not touch blogger for four days. I feel like an ex-junkie eager to get re-addicted.

Serena Joy said...

It's a scientific fact that there's an ingredient in turkey, tryptophan, which is sleep-inducing. Therefore, turkey coma is not so far-fetched. :)