LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||10/OUT/2008 9:55 AM|
|Assunto:||Re: É O Cúmulo... do acúmulo|
On with this cumulative cumulus series of fortunate events.
Then we may (not) have heard of the very laid-back amendoim (peanut) peddler who posts himself at the stairs of the church entrance. Whenever he overhears the priest say "Amen," he'll promplty complement "doim" just so he'll have some economy of voice. And still sell his peanuts to passers-by. And sidewalk superintendents.
Locking the desk drawer and still to throw the keys in takes the cake for speed of action. For action of speed so does dumping a turd while posted at the top of Mount Everest and swiftly run downhill in time to watch (or catch) the droppings midway before it hits the ground. Whoever does it surely can take the cake AND eat it.
On another (a)venue, you'd just as swiftly discredit anyone who boasts of farting 6 km deep in the ocean and still come up faster than the bubbles (of his own fart). On another avenue, you should drive your Mack truck over a Márcio Farias for mishandling and then misplacing the brown shovel.
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