I can't pronounce "asked" without sounding obscene.
I had a dream. Then there was a hair in my eye. Now I can't remember what happened to either of them.
And here I was, thinking I was too old to suck on my toes. I was wrong.
I have decided to abandom my spell checker. I am currently stiping as fast as I can and trying to aignore the mistakes I make witch I know I'm making but I can't go back and fic because it would difeeat the prupose of this exciersice. too bad my finger gkeeps jumping up to the backswpace keey whenever I try to just write as I wroeite. It's like a nervous tick or sometihng. Perhoisps I should ignore it. You know, sometines I think my figners ar e kinda soloppy on the keyboard, but I could be wonrg.
Spelll chekc is for lossers.
Spent a great while arguing over my English ACT score. It seems I am no good at answering the questions in the "rhetoric" section.
The basis of my arguement, of course, being that "rhetoric" section questions aren't supposed to have answers.
It has been brought to my attention that my face gets all squinchy when I attempt telepathic communication. I shall keep this in mind.
Philisophical Insight III:
Practice makes pancakes.