Wednesday, August 01, 2012

* Chaperoned By Needy Fog

This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.

Its reference in the book is iDIFFICULT 5:1-25

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22 comments:

  1. You are two "wild and crazy" lads, you are! :)

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    1. Hey Jayne! Thank you, but I deny everything. Max (née iDifficult) is the truly crazy one. Honest. Indigo x

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  2. I hope you have an extended warranty on those appliances.

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    1. Hey Mami! Or may I call you Claudya now? Long time no see! Fantastic to see you here! How are you? I hear that you and Papi have TWO lovely daughters now?! Congratulations! Indigo =)

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  3. What a capital idea! I'm going to try it with Alex's khaki pants.

    I have come to the conclusion that you are a genius and a bit bonkers and you don't know how much I admire that in a man.

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    1. Hey Linda! Genius? Nah, I just bask in the reflected glory of Max. "He's the brains, Sweetheart!" - Han Solo. As for your taste in bonkers men, I salute your choice, ma'am! We're marvellous! Indigo x

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  4. Dear Sir,

    My client, Crivens Jings Laundry {decongestant division} has brought to my attention your breach of copywrite of his patented system by your insertion of one evil arch genius {previously part-time} into your dishwasher and by publishing the results of said experiment.

    Please note that washing/decongestion of evil arch genius' {previously part-time} is expressly prohibited by clause 67, subsection 438 of his legally held patent application and that any further infringement may lead to us taking legal action to secure said evil arch genius {previously part-time} and also of your entire supply of ceffeinated hot beverages used to support such activities in a clear infringement of my clients legally prtected rights.

    I therefore respectfully advise you to cease and desist from such behaviour in the future or my client will have no alternative but to stick a crickret bat right up your nighty

    In the meantime if you have further queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

    regards,

    Bodgit and Scarper, Solicitors.

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    1. Dear Mssrs. B & S, good afternoon. So long as I don't have to cease and desist from eating takeout, I think we can come to an accomodation. Indigo Roth (deceased)

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    2. Dear Mr Roth,

      My client states categorically that he will not, under any circumstances, be liable for any of your accomodation in whole or in part.

      Section 7, para 83 {a} subsection IV

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    3. It's okay, I am now legally dead.

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  5. Next time I'm feeling stuffed up I know exactly who to contact!

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    1. "Who ya gonna call?! Tun-Gus-Ka!"

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  6. Ballsy move. I would have just worn the clothes in the shower. Or soaped up in laundry detergent during a heavy rain. Dryer-riding should be an Olympic sport.

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    1. Hey Joshua! They've assured us they'll give it a slot as a demonstration even in Rio. ROth

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  7. Damn, I wondered why the door to you house always seemed steamy and hot. I've been entering through the dishwasher, haven't I?

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    1. Technically, yes. But I think it's accessed from the back of your sock drawer, a.k.a. Narnia.

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  8. Heehee....oh that guy! Although, quite brilliant I have to say.....maybe he can invent people sized dishwashers so we can all partake?

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    1. Hey Kato! It WAS a person-sized dishwasher... you just have to know how to fold yourself up. Indigo x

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  9. Capital! Although I hope that uniform isn't woollen, it could turn into a tight situation :O

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    1. You are wise beyond your modest years, Sir.

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  10. Now, wait, did you pull out the dishwasher racks? Did Max go in for the whole cycle or just the rinse and dry cycles? I hope his uni is not going to shrink in the dryer. Are you using a softener sheet?

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    1. I think he went for a warm rinse cycle, Linda. With extra scrubbing. You know how it is with us healthy fellas. No liquid softener, else he becomes unabsorbent; but the sheets help him smell like a summer breeze. Which is no bad thing. Indigo x

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