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I'm so ****ing sick of fermentation blogging, keeping my mind focused on the topic is infuriating...one second its like one thing then the next moment its something completely different, its getting me agitated. My heart is beating faster and faster, my palms are sweating, my temperature is rising like yeast, the agitation and annoyance spreads, like a bacteria or mold, maybe even like an enzyme in certain circumstances. I curse this contest, this causes me unrest, its not natural...its not fer men to do these things...its all wrong and outside the rules....

The world around me hates fermentation blogging, as I continue to write this it annoys and excites the people near me, they get all whipped up and angry and before I know it people are rioting in the streets. Over fermentation!

Their temperaments bubble over, their acidic spoken bile spills out and burns things, inflaming the situation further. Or farther. Whichever is grammatically correct. Or not. I don't know. Now I'm confused. How can a word so little used in common speech have so many connotations?! How can a blogging contest on a site I no longer frequent catch my attention and ferment my interest so? Is a solid-to-the-touch walking tree from the Lord of The Rings classed as a "Firm Ent"? If said tree was a conifer and recited my previous question back to me could I in turn ponder what the "Fir Meant"? Are frankly pathetic puns based around a ridiculously mundane word part of the rules of this fermentation blogging contest? Could my use of them cause a commotion thereby fermenting the fermentation blogging contest? Would THAT be outside the rules? Would such an example of fermenting the fermented cause the universe to collpase in on itself thereby rendering all words (fermentation-related and otherwise) to simply cease to exist?!

Are there in fact ANY rules to blogging? Isn't that what blogging is?

What was the point of this blog? What is the point of any blog? In the absence of meaning do we always turn to the abstract? Does that help, hinder or ferment the situation?

I have no ****ing idea.

To be honest I haven't a clue what the Fer I Meant...

Sorry, that is bull**** but I forgot all about this and now its like an hour before the deadline so....

AC emailed me with his submission:
fermenting the abstract round the curvy ones and downbeat solstices of flashing fences, hits the spark with the viagras and attention grabbing kedeferuns. Jump on the riots and blame it on the boogie or the sunshine. Dead padophiles know best l.o.l.
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  1. Don's Avatar
    LOL! Excellent take on the subject, Doc! I especially liked the last minute of the contribution from 'AC' (yeah right).
  2. Opinionated's Avatar
    That made me laugh, you are missed for that particular quality!
    I always knew you had a 'direct line' to AC!!!
  3. uncon's Avatar
    Ha ha I love the way the whole piece spirals into agitation.

    I had better get to and write something unintelligible and slapdash...think of mine as you would a fat friend who makes you look good!

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