by Daniel Harris
I heard on WUSF, my local NPR station, that Whole Foods, whole paycheck to some, is a purveyor of specially prepared "gluten free buns," which to my ear is an oxymoron as I was taught that glutes were your buns.
Funny! Dust it up a bit. I think you do not want a period before the close-quotation mark but a comma.
This is a good three-line one-oneliner. And a nice decision to take us away from "a-hole," the word that applies to all of us none or some of the time. ~AMB
At play with the words
Didn't know the FCC allowed NPR to air x-rated word combinations without a qualifying (ha, ha). Time to get Trump in there to plug that leak of our precious bodily strictures. Thanks for sharing this investigative report, Daniel! *
No glutes, no buns.*
Thank you Ann, Gary, Mathew and Tim for your comments and favs.
"gluten free" will never hold the same meaning for me!
What Kitty said . * :)
Laughter. Enter in a short-short contest.
Fun piece. I like.
Thank you, I needed that. What fun!
Thank you all for your fine comments and favs.