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What I Write About When I’m Supposed To Be Writing About Something Else

Puppies, dogs and evil kittens Hobo gloves compared with mittens Hair care tips to fix your split-ends Show co-stars of Connie Britton’s Foods I want or need or crave Parts that itch if I don’t shave The definition of to … Continue reading

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Or Maybe Not

This guy you have to like finds out A friend is in real trouble, so He tells him, “Will I help? No doubt!” The friend still ends up murdered, though, So then this guy we like says, “What? I have … Continue reading

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It Only Smells Old

Attend the invisible monkeys, my brother As bees in a wood they flog oats to each other In smugly anhyphenate jingles they wuther ‘Til ennui descends and they glum home to mother

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Moo – Chapter 15

The Bad News: The NaNoWriMo train has left the station, but Flopsy and Mopsy are still on the platform, stuck for all time at an official word count of 16,208. The Good(?) News: The Narrator desperately wants to help tell … Continue reading

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Moo – Chapter 14

Finally, some progress on the convergence of Flopsy, Mopsy, Helen and the Narrator: Everyone, Including the Narrator. Probably too late to meet the NaNoWriMo deadline, but that’s the way the banana crumbles (assuming, as always, a freeze-dried banana).

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Moo – Chapter 13

This was typed and posted entirely on my phone, so I apologize for the (lack of) formatting. Hope the link works, too. Mopsy, Flopsy, Helen, Flopsy and the Narrator. No, Not the Narrator. But Definitely Flopsy.

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Moo – Chapter 12

Again, not really worth reading. It’s just, “Moo. Moo.” and then, “Moo.” Really, just skip ahead to chapter 13. This is chapter 12: The Narrator

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