Earlier in my book, I mentioned the dangers of using a visual cliché and made a word-based-analogy or two. Here is something to 'go the extra mile' and 'really drive it home':
Too many people say these too many times and there's not enough bandwidth to peel back the onion, but I'm not a bald face liar and I'm not being funny or splitting hairs, so let's not fight the tide. We need to cover all bases so “all your base are belong to us.”
Turn that frown upside down 24/7/365 and heed these words of wisdom as it's time to turn words into action even though actions speak louder than words and a picture is worth a thousand words. Don't take this the wrong way or judge a book by it's cover, but when you're older you'll understand there's more than one way to skin a cat if there's room to swing it.
There's a time and a place for everything. Heads up: Get a grip as (keepin' it real), basically, although it's a dog eat dog world and a survival of the fittest, “guns don't kill”; to be fair, people do. So smile. Keep your hair on. It might never happen. No offence, like, don't get me wrong -- at the end of the day, it's as simple as pie. Let's not beat around the bush, there's too many chiefs and not enough Indians [in the call centre].
Literally everything happens for a reason and money doesn't make you happy. To be perfectly honest, It's all good but it's not my cup of tea and you can have your cake and eat it. With all due respect, comparing apples with apples in this modern world is what it is. Everything happens for a reason. I digress, let's keep the train on the tracks.
What was I saying? For the life of me I can't remember. Throw me a freekin' bone here. Oh yes – sorry about the brain fart, if memory serves: Going forward we should touch base more and more but thinking outside of the box we should take it off line and go the extra mile. We should interface. Let's get my people to call your people but what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. LOL – no love lost: it's a win win value added one horse race on D-day. At this point in time, generation X can't get on the same page (each and every one of them) ROTFLMAO, no use crying over spilled milk - there's plenty more fish in the sea. Bite me.
The worm has turned and for all intents and purposes the grass is always greener on the other side. If all else fails, time is a great healer. From a 50 thousand foot view, it's not that it's not right, it's not even wrong. The only thing that is certain is death and taxes, notwithstanding the cheque's in the mail but don't count your chickens before they hatch. At the very least and at a minimum, it's too little too late, but Jesus loves you. OMG, I know that's scraping the bottom of the barrel but the world is your oyster d'ya know what I mean? Run it up the flagpole and see if someone salutes and while your at it, rub some on the cat and see if it licks it off or put it outside and see if the dog eats it. You could even throw the dog a [freekin'] bone. This is getting tiresome, so let's put it behind us, make good and move forward with all good intentions.
That was as easy as shooting fish in a barrel but I've only scratched surface.
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spOOk's art is owned by Jeremy. He has practiced drawing and painting for about 40 years, and might get good at it one day. spOOk's art is focused on graphite portraits.