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These timplegrots are clearly superior (due to their very, very
compact size) and they completely remove the need for
regular, manually-intensive garkeling.
Which leaves just two questions: What's a timplegrot, and how
do you garkle one?
I'd hoped you had already filled in the blanks.
see, I suspect you often click on the link-title of a half-
baked treat with an idea in mind of what the description will
hold. This 'half-heard genius' can be a great source of
inspiration, leading the reader to conjure up even further
improvements or completely different interpretations from the
So the idea, if you'll indulge me, is this here meta-idea. Full to
the brim with the free association that comes with a 100%
meaning-free title, devoid of meaty description content: ripe
for your synapses to ponder the world afresh, from the eyes of
a timplenovice, garkeling their first noid.
Your milage may vary.
[xaviergisz, Apr 09 2014]
game of *telephone* can produce same results
[xandram, Apr 09 2014]
[MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 09 2014]
||I'm seeking clarity in my life. I came here, and didin't
find it. Woe is me.
||You title actually implies,* selfie blow jobs on tiny,
dirty ukuleles.* I used Urban Dictionary.
||//devoid of meaty description content//
||Right. We got enough of that at the Meat Me At idea.
||Leaves more than just two questions, in fact.
||//I'm seeking clarity in my life. I came here, and
didn't find it. Woe is me.//
||I share your anguish. Rather like arriving at a bar
mitzvah only to discover they're inexplicably out of
||Proper Engagement is to leave 50% blank. Leave
something for the audience to want to fill in! Bait,
not a full meal.
||However, 95% blank is too small a bait. More like a
scent of an ant's fart. So, nope, sorry. Get some
real bait in here for the bun.
||Can I just point out that, if you had ever lived in
Norfolk, you would know what "garkelling" (note
spelling) means, and would never contemplate using
the phrase "self-garkel[l]ing".