Thursday, April 24, 2008

From the Q Word:
We all know the proverbial “rubber-necking a train wreck” saying. That is, we know that something will end badly and possibly cost us our lunch, but we indulge anyway. The law doesn’t apply to just disasters and celebrities. It can be projected upon articles, as well.
And the reason I won't mock is because I have also typed sentences that don't make any sense at all -- individually or together -- when I've been so drunk I couldn't stand.

What? They weren't? Oh. In that case, WTF?