‘Bonanza Jellybean spoke on her behalf’

‘This sentence is made of lead. This sentence is made of yak wool. This sentence is made of sunlight and plums. This sentence is made of ice. This sentence is made from the blood of the poet. This sentence was made in Japan. This sentence glows in the dark. This sentence was born with a caul. This sentence has a crush on Norman Mailer. This sentence is a wino and doesn’t care who knows it. Like many italic sentences, this one has Mafia connections. This sentence is a double Cancer with Pisces rising. This sentence lost its mind searching for the perfect paragraph. This sentence refuses to be diagrammed. This sentence ran off with an adverb clause. This sentence is 100 percent organic: it will not retain a facsimile of freshness like those sentences of Homer, Shakespeare, Goethe et al., which are loaded with preservatives. This sentence leaks. This sentence doesn’t look Jewish…This sentence has accepted Jesus Christ as its personal saviour. This sentence once spit in a book reviewer’s eye. This sentence can do the funky chicken. This sentence has seen too much and forgotten too little. This sentence is called ‘Speedoo’ but its real name is Mr Earl. This sentence may be pregnant, it missed its period. This sentence suffered a split infinitive – and survived. If this sentence had been a snake, you’d have bitten it. This sentence went to jail with Clifford Irving. This sentence went to Woodstock. And this little sentence went wee wee wee all the way home. This sentence is proud to have part of the team here at Only Cowgirls Get The Blues. This sentence is confounded by the whole damn thing.’

 

(Even Cowgirls Get The Blues – Tom Robbins)

 

 

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