A Review of the Dictionary and Advice on Kicking

RICHARDHey There, Hi There, Ho There Webnet Folk!

Today’s review will take a good hard look at the Dictionary. If you’re like me, you enjoy curling up with a good book, but only for 10 minutes at a time, since your nigh uncontrollable addition to paper sniffing is just too much to resist, so you have to put it down and go through everything you learned in your 21-step program (for occasions when 12 steps aren’t enough) just to stop your eyes from crossing so deeply that your vertigo gives you a nasty case of the throw-ups. So as far as the dictionary goes, it’s just too tempting – avoid at all costs!

Regards,

A Chicken

POONHello Webnet. I think kicking is a terrible thing to do, unless you are using it to make a point. People will take you much more seriously with a good kick. Even if you just kick the air or the floor or the door, you will be taken seriously. Kicking comes across as a violent moment in time when said kicker’s body tenses, blood boiling, and releases a reflex from the knee down that is often too fast for the naked eye. The next time someone insults you, start kicking the air in their direction and I guarantee you will walk away with a compliment about your power.
Do you Kick?

TTFN,

Poon

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