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john baker, March 29th, 2007. 10 comments. Filed under humour, miscellaneous.
Based on the age old art of punctuation:
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It’s witty enough but gosh, I’d be too embarassed, John. The word Sutra may tempt glances and grins, I suspect… 🙂
jb says: Yeah, Susan, I’ve decided not to stock them.
That’s cute! I’ve always had a hard time with proper positioning of commas.
Within sentences! Within sentences!
jb says: Hey, Listen, everybody gets it wrong from time to time. I blame my teachers.
This proves that the only thing more erotic than a good pun is a good pun involving punctuation.
jb says: You gonna get one?
Last summer I saw a Tee Shirt with Karma Suture on it showing a bunch of jagged cuts and yes sutures….it was on a Med Student I think.
jb says: Hi Steve. It’s often like that with art, the idea is better than the actualization.
Thanks, John – I have to have this! I love a good pun and there’s no shame in proper punctuation.
You bet. It’s summer. Time to splash out a little.
Ah, yes. Now we know the real benefit of English being such a highly prepositional language. Run on, you crazy sentences!
That’s a super cool t’shirt. Totally neat. I wouldn’t mind getting my self few of them in different colors. Thanks a bunch. Cheers
Now that’s one of the best t-shirts I’ve seen. I surely would love to get one of them. Any idea how to?
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