Tag Archives: fable

In the Aesopian Style

My family's coat of arms. Keep reading and all will be explained. Ha ha ha.

Hey. I is a writer after all. It turns out I’ve been writing in the Aesopian style and I didn’t even know it.

In other words, I’m about to pimp one of my posts from the past.


Those among you still possessing some shred of dignity, unlike me, may want to pass on this one.

This is part 4,242 in an ongoing series where we explore blog productivity by attempting to induce readers to skip reading the post. To us, that’s the definition of success. -Ed.
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Little Ducky Komen

If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.

Source: Wikipedia – Duck test

File this post under “E” for Editorial. Or Enema. I can’t remember which.

That duck quote is an oldie but a goodie, but there’s another verse that I added which unfortunately usually gets omitted. “And if you find yourself covered in duck guano you probably took duck verification a bit too far.” (Achievement: poop tag!)

There is a fable in Abyss land that goes something like this:
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