Monday, May 30, 2011

Turning the Tides of Feldspar

"Nobody knows what the strange finch says, unless otherwise stated, or if support clause number three is failing miserably, as may be the case in 9 out of 4 cases, so that is what you must beware of, is the Feldspar." Did you know, I will end every sentence in this post with the word Feldspar? Anyway, that is a strange concept but it is a true concept because of the quote I mentioned earlier, which also happens to be about Feldspar. It notes that this rare mineral, called Feldspar, must be avoided at all costs because it has dangerous properties unique only to that of Feldspar. So please, beware of the Feldspar.

Yesterday, in fact, I was walking along a road (I happen to do that a lot, don't ask) but then I saw this huge statue made of Feldspar. I was surprised, but on closer examination, I discovered that there was a plaque that said "This is a statue of a chunk of Feldspar". This proved, beyond doubt, that not only was it made of Feldspar, but it was a statue of some Feldspar. The plaque, by the way, was made of bronze, not Feldspar. But anyway, the statue of Feldspar was located right in front of the building which I wanted to walk in, which was annoying because it is difficult to walk through Feldspar. Pretty much impossible, actually, but then again, that is because of the solid nature of Feldspar.

So yes, that is why I was unable to get into the building, because of some Feldspar. Consequently, I decided to punish said Feldspar by saying it so many times that it starts to lose it's meaning, so that it looks weird when you see the word Feldspar. Also, I have successfully ended every sentence with one word: the word called "Feldspar".

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