“And what kind of convoluted thought process is that?”

Exasperating farrago of distortions, misrepresentations&outright lies being broadcast by an unprincipled showman masquerading as a journalist.

“It is rodomontade by a prominent scripturient politician, who seeks lalochezia by sending people scurrying around to look for promptories.”

“Spare me the torture. He is nothing but a snollygoster.”

“He has the perspicacity to say that India is a country where nationalism works in practice, but not in theory.”


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24 thoughts on “English

  1. Fun Six!
    (Like a bowl of nuts*)

    the unfamiliar words, in your Six, are a manifestation of the best of the blogosphere…. curiosity and discovery

    * no! seriously… a wooden bowl (at least 2 quart volume) of un-shelled nuts…. macadamia, walnuts, pecans and others**
    ** oh, yeah… you have to imagine you’ve never had any of them


  2. Good Six. You sent my mind spinning with this one tonight, Reena, lol
    It is amazing – if a person says something with the utmost confidence and authority, no matter how outlandish, someone, somewhere will take it seriously.

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  3. Perspicacious to the max, Reena. An old Spike Milligan routine has Spike on a bus and when the conductor says ‘Fares, please’ Spike says ‘Perspicacity, mate’. Spike’s aside is ‘He threw me off the bus but I knew I had him’.

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