Friday, December 29, 2006

It's Never Too Late For Bad Words




We couldn't let a day pass without rousting out some Words Gone Wild, and Roxan found us a bumper crop. Let's play Storytime With Twisted Linguistics.

seperates
chizler
corispondence
incompresible
celaphain
mnagiccal
perversirties
actualy, their are no pigions, no masquitoes
Commitement
inhabbit

Miss Cela Phain, who was also known by a couple of other names, was a professional chizler who lived in the decidedly not mnagiccal land of Antioz. Actualy, it was the only place in the universe she was allowed to inhabbit. She was always kept seperates from decent folk because of her commitement to perversirties. She had strange habbits, like bathing with good soap and then rolling in the mud, only to go psychotic and flush the soap down the toilet. She didn't really mind living in Antioz, though, since their are no pigions, no masquitoes there. Even if there were, no pigion would go near her nor any masquitoe bite her because of her bitter, black blood. The state of her mind was incompresible to normal people, so twisted and pervers it was. Well, you could see that in the nagiccal, compresible corispondence she scribbled. We hear she died of a combination of ear mites and a fearsome brain fever and was buried wrapped in celaphain so everyone could keep an eye on her perversirties -- which were much, much worse than any plain old perversities because she always denied them and blamed them on everyone else. Such is the nature of a chizler. Bye-bye, Cela Phain.

Turning to a more serious -- very serious -- subject, Saddam Hussein will purportedly be hanged sometime tonight. I don't think they should do it. In light of the already volatile political climate in the region, I think it's going to serve as the fuel that starts a huge conflagration. I'm afraid the violence and the anti-American sentiment are going to escalate rapidly and explode into an ├╝ber war. I think it would have been more expedient to imprison Hussein for the rest of his wretched life. Killing him is apt to have dire and widespread consequences. I hope I'm wrong.


Update: As of around 10:00 P.M. my time, it is done. Hussein is dead. He deserved to die, of course. I just hope American troops don't have to pay the price for it. Libera nos a malo.

13 comments:

Rain said...

I agree. It's just more violence and death. And those loyal to him will no doubt be angry. What a mess of a situation. Thanks for posting your views. I don't think things will get much worse. At least I hope not.

quidrock said...

I agree with you, my friend....and am glad you led me to your blog !!

quid

SM said...

until we are all blind.

Serena Joy said...

I hope you're right, Rain, that things can't get much worse. Although, it's often been my experience that just when you think it can't get any worse, it does.

Quid, darlin', I'm so glad to see you! Now that you know where I am, come see me any time. The warrior girls may be disbanded, but I love 'ya.

SM, is that you, my little green sweetie? A little care staves off blindness, I've always heard.:)

Scary Monster said...

Eye for an eye...

Sweet Juniper(Berry)

Serena Joy said...

I actually believe in an eye for an eye. There are even times when I want to be the one to put the arrow through the eye. Sometimes you have to consider the bigger picture, though.

I'm going to take your word for it that Juniper berries are sweet.:)

Southern Writer said...

Juniper berries are not sweet. That's what they make gin from you know.

As for Saddam, I'm afraid, as Miss Snark says, "There will be consequences."

Hale McKay said...

Unfortunately, there will be someday a new "Sadam Hussein" who assume power after our troops have left there for good.

I fear there will never be peace in the Middle East. It's ironic that those places are the birth of humanity and religion.

Serena Joy said...

I know, Mike. There's always another one waiting in the wings. It is indeed ironic that one of the cradles of civilization is such a seething hotbed of violence.

Southern Writer said...

Scary Monster is very scary. Scary Monster vanishes into thin air from Southern Writer's sidebar. If you didn't want to be linked, Scary Monster, you should have said so.

Serena Joy said...

I did not know that gin is made from juniper berries. I don't like gin; therefore, I probably won't be eating any juniper berries.

Yes, I agree, there will be consequences. The only question is the extent and severity of them.

Serena Joy said...

Lesia, I'm seeing Scary Monster's link still listed on your sidebar.

Steve G said...

I'm of the opposite opinion. I believe he should hang. Just my 2 cents.