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EVERYONE HAS A DOUBLE SOMEWHERE
The Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage and Yours Truly have an agreement as ironclad as any legal document in the world court. Simply put, the contract is as follows: I will eat broccoli when she eats liver. I'm on pretty good ground here because I...
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Emotional and Practical Efficiency.

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"Life is about living with people, not counting the seconds".
With a grin on your face and an open mind, consider the following efficiencies:

Use one word where it is enough.
Use two words where you wish to use twice as many.
Find a friend who is that.
Lose a friend who is not that.
Redefine descriptions, perhaps.

Spare the rod and have a spare rod, as well as more energy. (T.M.)

Remember to rinse your disposable razor thoroughly to extend its workable life. You'll get six months from it!.

Oil the axle of your wheel barrow and de-grease the shafts. Inflating the tyre is exercise-dependent!

Only curse if politically strategic.

Look your enemy in the eye, front or back of it.
Look your friend in the eye; the front of it.

Like timely flatulence, release to the atmosphere all guilt that is not truly yours.
Even if it is, consider a similar release!

Abandon expeditiously, your formidable hindsight, as it no longer applies.
It is no more than a clever commitment to clutter the consciousness!

Use a pliable margarine over a difficult butter.

Copy and paste, as thats what it is for.

Never turn your head where the swing of an eyeball is sufficient.

Always, use a shorter word than efficiency where you can find it easily.
If you ever had a difficult butter, you can reprint this anywhere and link it to the http://www.thetrivialtimes.com

(c) Thick Mick
treblethick@The Trivial Times.com




About the Author

Thick Mick is an "expert" columnist with The Trivial Times
By r.s.s. at http://www.thetrivialtimes.com/backend.php

 

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