Sunday, March 09, 2008

Preface to the third volume in the Madison Borgesian Library

New to the collection this week is Defiantly Confused: I have no clue about clichés. Here is the preface:

It's the little things . . .

I would start with a string of curse words, 'cuz they're the most blatant clichés out there.

An important life lesson is that there are just so many clichés out there in today's society that you just end up taking them for granted because they're always there for you. If clichés were food, they would defiantly be a taste sensation that you could just wash down with a glass of ice-cold milk. You never know when life is going to throw a cliché at you, and you just won't appreciate them until their gone, but then maybe you'll be able to think outside the box.


Blogger JN said...

What to make of commentary like that, I'm not sure. If cliches were criminals, we'd know what to do with them. Rehabilitate!

10:13 PM  

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