Plotinus Plinlimmon

Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Modish Aphorisms

The younger set are indifferent to proof.

Neglect is tomorrow's cash.

Pale offspring yield failed cabbage.

Anticipate formication. You'll disappoint. You'll glow.

Our palaces were places.

The longest road goes to the post office.

If you deduce knots you'll choke.

Brandish warily. It's the pose of janissaries.

Chipped tooth of a lion signifies: adultery.

When you walk, leave whistling to the nightjar.


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