highly he continued glasses purse.

Sometimes, you find a gem among all the really boring generic “Loved this post!” spam caught in the filter. The following piece of clickbait has a surreal stream-of-consciousness quality that reminded me of the Cylon hybrids running the baseships:

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(I took out the clickable links.)

That is so full of meme gold I don’t even know where to start. Walkie had his talkie! He must impatiently fold and sleep! I began gliding the quality.


17 thoughts on “highly he continued glasses purse.

  1. ATLien says:

    man, i see these things on some other sites’ comments section, and they can be funniest thing i see all day.

    sometimes i remember them and use them in conversation.

  2. Tam says:

    He don’t tooted, indeed.

  3. TBG says:

    You’re damn tootin’ he don’t tooted.

  4. Al Terego says:

    Typewriters not Mumbai said.


  5. Dan says:

    Anybody else thinking “Finnegans Wake”?

  6. Joe Allen says:

    Did anyone else read this in the voice of Malcolm McDowell AKA “Little Alex”?

  7. libertyman says:

    Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
    All mimsy were the borogoves,
    And the mome raths outgrabe

  8. Kristopher says:

    Ea! EA! Shub Niggurath, Cthulhu Ftang!

  9. jbrock says:

    My first guess would be that somebody ran two or three concatenated blog or message board posts through Dissociated Press a few times.

    (Lo! Emacs is good for something besides carpal tunnel syndrome!)

  10. BobG says:

    Looks like someone ate a dictionary and a strong laxative, and then pieced together what came out.

  11. Justthisguy says:

    I deliberately did not read past the first coupla sentences of that, because I need to go to bed and get some some sleep soon, and that seems like the kind of thing which is likely to inspire bad dreams.

  12. Don Gwinn says:

    G . . . g . . . g . . . .


    Is that you?

  13. Al T. says:

    Tam, the Norplant does not go in the beaver…… I’m just sayin……

  14. jbrock says:

    Dementia than people who I do not recall have lower rates of of yellowish orange spice chemical explanation followed which curry houses. A whole because of turmeric that cannot type quite that which I do not spicy food have lower because that podcast whole lot of chemical people who eat large a podcast. And I of dementia than people little or none. This orange spice you see with it, whole lot of chemical.

    Punctuation edited slightly for clarity.

  15. Winston says:

    I love this. I see it in my head laid out in broken lines, a la e e cummings. Also, I would love to see Matt Kish do an illustration of it. Now that he’s illustrated every page of Moby Dick, he could move on to illuminating evocative spam.

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