A Pulchritudinous Verse

A Pulchritudinous Verse

 

On the internet, nobody knows you’re an idiot. You can paint whatever picture of yourself you want, in any way you can. Sometimes this works, and sometimes it doesn’t. You can see it all the time on Facebook. Some people (particularly teenagers it would seem) try to sound intellectual and well informed by using lots of long words that end up not really meaning what they think they mean because they just stole them out of a thesaurus. This poem is dedicated, with gratitude for the many, many laughs, to those people.

A Pulchritudinous Verse

I’m feeling elated and strangely loquacious
My means of conversing becomes efficacious
I often repose with an erudite chorus
All since I swallowed that pocket thesaurus

I read intellectual books because I'm deep and brooding. Do you find me attractive yet?

I read intellectual books because I’m deep and brooding. Do you find me attractive yet?

 

 

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