Whenever his thoughts seemed yet again destined to run their old familiar course, this one guy would sometimes gang up on himself.
Over in one City a father told his kid, “It’s all right to be sarcastic as long as no one knows you are.”
No City father ever told his son this Additional Clarification...
No one ever told ANY body this Additional Clarification...
No one ever told ANY body this Additional and Final Clarification: This is not true, and if you live IN the City pretend you didn’t even hear it.
As his domain pushed with uncertain steps toward greater freedom, the king, in response to charges of voting irregularities, stated that if – IF in fact any election fraud had occurred it was caused by “allegations.” Certain unpleasantness arose after this, and he quickly claimed he’d been misquoted, insisting that what he’d meant to say was, “caused by alligators.” (Following this, even MORE unpleasantness presented itself. Oh, you might be interested to know that it was this same ruler’s youngest son who some years later made a temporary splash for himself when he advanced the notion that all crime was the result of accusations and indictments.)
One guy says
you can put his name down.