Acai Side Effects Presents: WordPress Poetry Slam

May 25, 2010 at 9:52 pm 2 comments

The triumphant return of the Acai Berry Poetry Troupe!

The following was sent in by Ulysses of Hidden Leaves whose remarkable prose and keen insight has occasionally moved even the steeliest of spammers to wax poetically (and incomprehensibly):

side effects acai writes:

Currently Thing,in path terms weather comparison emphasis break purpose observation activity season vital reader problem studio explore mind obvious error west derive responsibility gentleman circle recently leaf ask most pound bus reaction next green presence really channel telephone engineering exchange current on life campaign impose ear escape woman currently after another long previous assembly patient handle hair member play truth instruction parliament client order wide direct form crisis capacity wing picture once former towards show background admit window expert might damage expenditure meaning one ship hotel vote

Excellent. That’ll show the soulless bourgeoisie that the real “crisis capacity” belongs to the “hair members” and not the “window experts.” In particular, “impose ear escape woman” recalls the finest moments of Terrence Trent Darby and some of the more “bohemian” essays of Edie Brickell (without her New Bohemians).

Thanks for the submission, Ulysses.



Entry filed under: Acai Pushers, Stream of Consciousness. Tags: , , , , , , , .

May God Bless You Impatiently Somewhere Out There…

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Delbert Riesland  |  June 5, 2010 at 9:10 pm

    I have think that Miracle Berry (synsepalum dulcificum) is an interesting fruit to try that love acai berries. It has the power to change sour and bitter foods to sweet and is pure fruit. I grow plants blog Miracle Fruit its my blog on this Magicalfruit.

    • 2. Capitalist Lion Tamer  |  June 10, 2010 at 6:44 pm

      Yay! Hot spam-on-spam action!

      I do love a good miracle fruit, especially one that changes water to wine and whatnot. Aces! Thanks for stopping in, DR.


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