Thursday, August 28, 2008

Party game recommendation

I like to dress up the unimaginable terror of this world in a high waisted cigarette leg trouser of tobacco colored shantung, cream silk charmeuse shell tucked into the flat front under a mink-trimmed hoody of dyed-to-match cashmere. I like to call it Mippy. Why wouldn't I? Now, it's pretty. A pretty, sweet-faced coltish girl of twenty or so, a bit at loose ends, maybe, but not bad, not dangerous. Isn't it just the uncertainty of the unimaginable terror of this world that gives it the advantage over us?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lord of Darkness writes: Yes.

August 29, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The other Lord of Darkness writes: No.

September 02, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Bright light of Daylight writes: We don't have anything named Mippy, take the kids and get out of there.

November 07, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ms. Adalaid P. Wubblerstach (rhymes with Bubblerstach) writes: I recently played your game and found it to be a really great experience. I then invited a few of my friends over and we all played. Let me tell you something, I think you are on to a possible commercial smash. You should call someone and try to sell it. I'd do it myself, but I only come out from under the bed, late at night. My friends are in the closet and behind the shower cutain, so they can't help, either.

December 04, 2008  
Blogger L M said...

But one point I'd like to make is that Bubblerstach, which, the way I pronounce it rhymes with Clabbernaughe, is of German extraction. I put German extract in my breads and they rise faster.

December 04, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The National Association of German National Associations writes: As Executive Director of The National Association of German National Associations, I, Carmen Miranda, would like clarification of the use of German Extract. How is this product made? What are its constituents? What flavor does it impart? Does it make things, like Mippy, delicious?

December 08, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mippy writes:

Leave me alone. I am content to stand here, in the corner and watch the children and the baby sitter. I ask nothing. I am forged of eerie stuff, to be sure, but, then, what isn't?

December 12, 2008  

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