infantile infinite regression,

March 19, 2008 at 6:41 pm | Posted in writing | 11 Comments
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There has to be more to life than your cleverness of tongue, Squires. Now, as a technical exercise, he said bending over to pull up his baggy pants, take these lines,

“Enough with your postmodern irony, tell us something true.
If all there is is honesty then all there is is you,”

Add an image, flowers are always good, bright plastic and yellow, oh and water is an excellent Taoist thought, he said adjusting his nose in the mirror. But try not to make it overt, you want them to bend down to smell it before you give them the squirt.


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  1. LOL!!! nodding – yes! love it! Rope ’em in and then spring the surprise and hope they’re smart enough to look underneath the water dripping off their face. ~wink~ If not – well, everyone can use a good laugh.

  2. hahahah!

    he said adjusting his nose in the mirror

    you’re a genius! and the title! and antiFreud! brilliant!

  3. bending over pulling up his pants—was an exam involved?

  4. Hey, I represent that comment!…

  5. no misdirections or exagerrations here… just the notion that sometimes irony is just irony
    and one need not be a guru in order to master the close your eyes/open your mind technique…

    another terrific performance.

  6. sorry oz 🙂

  7. Thankyou thankyou, I’m sneaking up on something but I’m not sure what…

  8. Hysterical. And clever 🙂

  9. I’ve given a few people the squirt, and for some reason, they come back for more!

    Glad to read you again. I should be posting regular again soon. Thanks for the greeting on the sidebar, too. Makes one feel loved, I must say.

  10. playful


  11. Squirt is an underappreciated word.

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