A new day for April fools?
All right, all right, Elizabeth, this was A MISTAKE, a slip of the mouse. It is good to know that you are reading OMF so attentively. Please add another comment here so that I know you have seen this explanation and then I can delete it and we can both forget the whole miserable incident.
Is there time for me to add one?
I'd like to chime in briefly, if I may?
By all means, chaps, if you've really nothing better to do.
This is threatening to become one of those dreadful online coffee shops like Facebook or Twitter.Please, please, please DELETE with all due despatch.Or else I shall start commenting in haiku form.
And you think that will turn it into an interesting post?I cannot delete it until Elizabeth, She-Who-Hides-Her-Identity, adds her own comment, as I have asked her to do.
Elizabeth: Are you stricken with a palsy, or what?
No, by a handsome young carpenter and family matters. Sorry to keep you waiting.
I don't think it was a miserable incident; it might have been a clever test.
I will not comment on the carpenter/family farrago. It all sounds a bit unsavoury to me.Of course this post was a clever test. I shan't delete it for a while as many readers consider it to be one of OMF's finest.
Yes, cryptic and Minimalist.
Absolutely! On that note I think we'll end this colloquy, stimulating—nay, inspiring—though it has been. Like Elizabeth, I am a bit pressed for time at the moment, there's this Balinese dancing girl who keeps pelting me with grapes and upsetting all my arrangements; I must find out what her game is.
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