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Rhyming words in sequence seperated only by a dash, have always been a favorite
comeback. People have used repetitous behavior for centuries and have even
created a language, simple, articulate yet complicated within its own
boundaries. I mean, like Doo-Doo. It can be a comeback for someone uneducated
trying to reason with an undesirable position at his/her job. Maybe a task,
like picking up after yourself. The latter requires an effort to think, so
it is sub-categorized into "action" rather than have an impedament behind it
doing all the work. I prefer using it as a reference to an existing idea,
say, when the group of persons cannot come up with an anecdote for a problem
they assume that doo-doo, is now the complacent theorem-and their work is
done. Simplicity in this vast-complicated language, that has survived itself
from human fecies degrading and downplaying it, into trash. Trash is different
trash, unlike a double-doo-doo, is much more reshaped as an end to a sentence
that lacks total structure-meaning-definition-and better used as an artform.
Ka-ka. Now we can safely seperate the definition from the defined. In closing,
I would leave me an out, an open argument so I can say this-and run like hell
from all the ka-ka-doo-doo, and maybe find a little piece of the world to
relax in-ah!



The following comments are for "Where is the Doo-Doo?"
by Wetice

Well, it was about doo-doo. So I like it.

Seriously, it's highly amusing. Not really laugh-out-loud funny, but sometimes that's better.

( Posted by: Spider [Member] On: November 8, 2004 )

untake the language
this stimulates the reader to think, to imagine, to untake the language for granted, to revive the creative spirit. It does that to me.

( Posted by: Teflon [Member] On: November 9, 2004 )

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