Sunday, January 10, 2010

A, like, Modern fairy tale

A wee bit off topic, but funny.

Once upon a time, there was a teenage girl. She was walking from the shopping mall to her grandmother’s house when she was approached by a big bad wolf.

“Hello little girl, I am going to eat you,” said the wolf.

The girl sneered at the wolf.

“Oh my God,” she exclaimed. “You are like, totally, like gross and stuff. Eeew!” Like, you are totally not going to, like, mess up my hair, are you?”

“Huh? said the wolf,” confused.

“Like, I am totally gonna twitter this and then you will, like, be in big, like, trouble, and stuff!”

As the girl began texting on her cell-phone, the wolf opened his toothy jaws, and in one bite, ate the girl all up.

The English language lived happily ever after.


  1. Science! true daughter of Old Time thou art!
    Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes.
    Why preyest though thus upon the poets heart,
    Vulture, whose wings are dull realities?

    Excerpt from: Sonnet - To Science by Edgar Allen Poe.

  2. Beautiful! Thank you for that. EAP is one of the most passionate and underrated poets. Or, should I say he is like, cool and stuff?


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