Speaking of staplers, did anybody else notice that there actually was a stapler attach in the news a week or so ago? While the target body part was different (and a bit more accessible in average conditions), of course I thought of Frod.
Stella never did explain how her college's special rule that says they get an A if their proffie staples any part of them to the floor.Notice the absence of twitching: the new meds are great!(No, you may not have any, Bubba.)
"attach"="attack" above, of course. There seems to be some logic to how my brain (doesn't) work(s) these days, but the (dis)connection between fingers and brains is still a bit baffling at times. Got any meds to share with me, Frod? I promise I won't tell Bubba.
Sorry, but FUGNO. His horse guzzles them, you know.
I thought "stapler attach" was a happy accident that suggested a movie title, "Attach of the Killer Staplers." You see, they don't attack in the conventional sense; they're much more stealthy and wreak their havoc by attaching things to other things most inconvenient, thereby causing death of a sort regarded as quite hilarious by onlookers.
Oh, Maybelle, I think of you often and hope you are well.
Indeed. There is a whole roster of people I miss, and devoutly hope have escaped the misery (to sunnier pastures would, I suppose, be the appropriate metaphor in Maybelle's case) rather than succumbed to it.
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