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August 10, 2005

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Were you hi?

And why did you do this?

Good to know.

Next month: chili powder.

Were you hi?

Oh come on, Michael.

Garlic powder?

And why did you do this?

Because I told someone I have never met in real life that I had done so.

Oh, okay, that makes sense. I thought maybe you were one of these guys.

Lest it be unclear, I have never actually rubbed thyme on any part of my genitals.

Yet.

Right. Who knows what the future holds?

Wouldn't mint be more tingly?

At first I read ac's "mint" as "mine."

Aha, I was going to say, "I notice that the entire post is written in subjunctive tense," but I see that I was right in suspecting it to be an untruth.

I'm willing to find out if ac's balls are more tingly than mine.

The above is probably the kind of comment that justifies Craig's claim that this blog will prevent me from ever having a political career.

Aha, I was going to say, "I notice that the entire post is written in subjunctive tense," but I see that I was right in suspecting it to be an untruth.

There's no untruth in the post! I did have that thought, and it's probably wrong. (Isn't subjunctive a mood?)

Mint. Mint with a T.

I wouldn't be so worried about that political career. As they say, thyme heals all wounds.

You'll come running back to me-e-e-e.
Because thy-y-y-y-me is on my balls.
Yes it is.

Ghost fist

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