Camp NaNaNoWriMo starts today, so I’m preparing to be a crazy zombie for the month, like the kind that scrambles after you as fast as they can with flailing arms.
Such a waste of a perfect April Fool’s One-Liner Wednesday, but it is what it is.
Part of One-Liner Wednesday hosted by LindaGHill:
He’s naught but a fool for not knowing how to tie a knot, but it’s also not for nothing.
This sentence may or may not be true for the person it describes.
And honestly, I like it better than, “It’s naught but a knot, but that’s not for nothing,” even though I think this one makes you think a little more. It also rolls off the tongue slightly better.
But I still like the first version better.
This post is part of SoCS: http://lindaghill.com/2015/03/27/the-friday-reminder-and-prompt-for-socs-march-2815/
“Close, but no cigar.” It should be my motto.
Almost got that job.
Almost won the game.
Almost got the guy.
My life is filled with almosts.
**Bangs head on desk.**
“But No Cigar” The Daily Post
You know you need to go outside when it’s nicer outside your house than it is inside it.
One-Liner Wednesday hosted by
My friend: “You must bite the a** of life!”
Me: “That doesn’t sound very hygienic, like, at all.”
One-Liner Wednesday: http://lindaghill.com/2015/03/18/one-liner-wednesday-on-editing/