Written in the Language (and autocorrect)

He wrapped himself in quotations – as a beggar would enfold himself in the purple of Emperors.

Rudyard Kipling
Voters must have faith in the electoral process for our democracy to succeed.
Blanche Lincoln
American politician

Of course, why not
Voters understand
What the stages
Of electoral process are
Just gotta have faith and pray
It’s worked out sooo well so far

I do not resent criticism, even when, for the sake of emphasis, it parts for the time with reality.
Winston Churchill
British statesman, soldier and writer

In other words:
I’m big enough
to tolerate
The unrealistic
Bullshit shade
You keep throwing my way

Much love and respect for Winnie C

I believe if I should die, and you were to walk near my grave, from the very depths of the earth I would hear your footsteps.
Benito Perez Galdos
Spanish novelist

Zappai: simplified translation

what I mean to say:
could you please shut the fuck up
I’m trying to sleep

The habit of being uniformly considerate toward others will bring increased happiness to you.
Grenville Kleiser
Canadian writer

Not surprised
this came from a Canadian.
But I am surprised
it’s not written in their Constitution
On their flag, money,
and tattooed on their bodies.*

*It probably is.

Any fool can have bad luck the art consists in knowing how to exploit it.
Frank Wedekind
German playwright

…said the first man to slip on a banana.

(For some reason my autocorrect changed banana to baby. Read into that what you will.)

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This will be the last week with three posts. As of next week, The Twisting Tail will be posting solely on Wednesdays.


19 thoughts on “Written in the Language (and autocorrect)

  1. These quotes seem to be stirring your creative juices nicely! I’m a touch sad that you will be posting only once a week – but quality over quantity is a good thing!

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