Monday, November 30, 2009

Morons. Oxy and Otherwise

Oxymoron: A figure of speech in which incongruous or contradictory terms appear side by side.

While shopping, I find a perfect example of an oxymoron:

Chic Pull-On Pants? Oh, I don't think so.

At the same shopping center, I also find an interesting example of the moron. To establish the difference between the oxy and the otherwise moron, please review the definition below:

Moron: A meson like particle that is responsible for holding together the neutron, assistant neutrons, vice neutrons and assistant vice neutrons found in the heavy element administratium

Note: Oops. Wrong moron. Let's try that definition again:

Moron: A stupid person; a dolt.

I hate to be dissing on poor grammar, but please look carefully at the advertisement for a "Found Cat". The wording may be difficult to decipher.

Note: I will help you to decipher it.

Let's read along together: FOUND CAT. Long-haired. Gray with White Markings. (Here comes the good part): Supper Loving!

I've never really heard a big-eater described this way. "Honey, I'm not fat. I'm just supper-loving" or "Do these jeans make my butt look supper-loving?"

What's next? Supperman, leaping tall buildings? Supper Walmart, where you can shop and have a jeans-filling meal? Oh, wait! Here's a good one: How about a Supper Model?

Now there's an oxymoron for you. And a moron.

Heck, yes! That's just supper!


tawny said...

Supper cool.

Now, Okay, I am wondering WHO?!?!

Do tell! :)

Love reading your blog...

p.s. Just a teeny weeny jealous of your 70 degree weather! How does 28 degrees sound?? ugh!

Happy Holidays to you and your family!!!

Doug said...

I love the image of a Supper Model. Ooo Baby you look great in that meat loaf!