The Textrium Of Existence

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Existence is elusive and tantilizing for round headed carbon lumps. The textrium of existence centers around the shininess of this elusive covering. Existence is a textrium and it is not a textrium all at the same time. The proof of this can be found in the hyfig joppe shole.

This is all clear. My wonderment on these ideas is based on whether textriums are useful. At the same time I realise that it is textrimatic to claim it is so. Humor abound. This too becomes clear when you compare these 2 statements:

1)Abundance of light is problematic
2)Abundance of light is problematic

The slight difference here becomes clear as "light" receives stress in the first and "is" receives stress in the second. The differences equate to why we cannot reductively understand the hyfig guf shoop when photon abundance is expressed and not expressed at the same time. The context of photon expression becomes essential.

Regardless, it is does not matter whether textriums are real or not. Even so, I would like to spend the next 8 long paragraphs explaining to you why they do exists anyway. I dare anyone to challenge my arguments on this. No challenge is needed as it really doesn't matter whether they exists or not and I will remind you of this if you dare.


The textriums of classical logic enfold to emcompass the hidden boundaries of anal retentiveness. All of this can clearly be proven by quoting some unknown bearded guy who lived 3 thousand years ago.They are always right you know.

Pop Pop little sprouts
Eat it up and hear the shouts
Textrium woe to the lonely sea
One two three, I have to pee.

These words are the perfect expression of this concept, just in case there was any lingering confusion. And the rhyming scheme here is a clear demonstration of the elusiveness of the textriums of existence.

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Now let me invite you all to help me think on the Brashol stim of textrium. And PLEASE no one come in and ask what a textrium is. I don't have time for that childish western nonsense. Always trying to understand what the words mean. I will slap you with my propaganda if you do this and insult your puny intelligence.

The clarity of this essay has been designed for the western thinker. Anyone who cannot see this presentation for the textrium that it is, or disagrees in any way, is clearly entering with biased notions. The bearded guy 3 thousand years ago said so himself.
 
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Holy Cow!

Did you hear about the cow that jumped over the barbed wire fence? It was "utter destruction." Or, would that be udder paradox? Holy cow!
 
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Why do I get the bizarre feeling that this is a mock thread :wink: .

Be careful, Fliption.
 
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Originally posted by Mentat
Why do I get the bizarre feeling that this is a mock thread :wink: .

Be careful, Fliption.
What? No Sense of humor? :smile:
 
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Originally posted by Fliption
Existence is elusive and tantilizing for round headed carbon lumps. The textrium of existence centers around the shininess of this elusive covering.
Pardon me, but what is a tex---

And PLEASE no one come in and ask what a textrium is.
OK, never mind.
 
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Originally posted by Fliption
One two three, I have to pee.

I humbly challenge your assertion that one will pee, one two three. Public restrooms are your theory’s wrinkle when men strain standing to manly tinkle.
 
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Originally posted by LW Sleeth
I humbly challenge your assertion that one will pee, one two three. Public restrooms are your theory’s wrinkle when men strain standing to manly tinkle.
 
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Originally posted by Fliption
What? No Sense of humor? :smile:
No, I thought it was hilarious. I read it three times, and couldn't stop laughing for a while (and I'm in a library, so that's not good).
 
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Greetings !

Well, Flipton, at least you can write very
funny stuff...

Live long and prosper.
 
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I hate to say it, but Fliption does have a point.
 

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