Welcome to the Daily Syndrome! I apologise for any inconvenience caused by imitation versions of the ninth instalment, I understand how painful it was to read. In today's issue of the Daily Syndrome, things have happened and words have been written about what happened. They have been placed (hopefully) in an order that allows comprehension of their meaning.
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The success of parties can be effectively judged by the next morning. Or afternoon, more likely, if it's a good one. Today's wake up wasn't a friendly one, as I woke up to sunlight streaming into my face, with a head that felt like it had a small man with a lump hammer jumping around inside. I rolled out of my bed, dazzled, and dragged myself over to the sink, which is when I first saw my face in the mirror.
What I saw was even more confusing than trying to work out how to stay standing up without leaning on anything, which itself was difficult. My entire head was painted yellow. I began to wonder where it came from when it slowly dawned on me that I did it to myself. It was a feature of my Halloween costume, as bananas are generally yellow unless things go badly. Yes, I was a banana.
The day progressed with varying levels of success. I fell over and injured my arm on my journey to the shower, which was a low point. The hook I hung my towel on was a high point.
Eventually the yellow was removed, but it took effort, since it wasn't face paint, just regular paint. It got in my eyes, I didn't like that.
Every other publication seems to list what it likes and what it doesn't like, so I thought I'd hop onto that bandwagon and ride it into the ground ceremoniously. So, I think I'll begin with the best things in the world! And then I can do some of the loser things tomorrow, just for completion's sake. If you disagree with any of these, don't bother telling me because it doesn't really matter.
Starting off with the Best Website award! This is an award that goes to a website that is good to look at, fun to use and isn't bad basically. So, the best website on the whole of the internet (I completed the internet a few weeks ago, so I'm qualified to talk about this) is _____donnie darko_____. As unlikely as this would seem, it's pretty good. And every other website has at least one downside, and as far as I can tell this doesn't have any.
Next, we'll move on to the next thing. In fact, let's move on to the third thing, and then come back for the second, that sounds like fun. So, the third thing on my little piece of paper that tells me things is Best Liquid Receptacle. This was a hotly contested category, as candidates include such reputable liquid holders as jugs, cups, flasks and shoes. Shoes can be rejected straight away because they are not guaranteed to hold liquid in general. They are bad at being liquid receptacles.
And the winner is... is usually the phrase that comes directly before the announcement of the winner, but I'm not going to use that phrase at all, since it is overused. The victor of the award in this particular category is... the glass! A traditional method for holding of liquid prior to imbibing.
Now to continue with the second item in this article, which is the award going to the best newspaper in this spam forum. Oh wait, there's only one.
And that concludes today's issue! You can help the Daily Syndrome by getting involved with a guest article, or just a few words that you want to be included. The details on how to take part are over at the Group page. Or, of course, you could head over to the FileFront Forums Tinychat room where I'm often sitting talking about ridiculous things.
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This is just an imitation!
There was already a #9 made!
RGC, bow and arrows.
Stop copying my threads!
I apologise for using the correct form of English as opposed to the strange American counterpart. I beg you not to taunt me with your obviously superior knowledge of my language. Would you like me to go through your copy and point out every mistake you made?
Muse Syndrome;5418161I apologise for using the correct form of English as opposed to the strange American counterpart. I beg you not to taunt me with your obviously superior knowledge of my language. Would you like me to go through your copy and point out every mistake you made?
I pride myself on the fact that I haven't made a mistake since 1997.
You edited the post you cheater!
Glasses will now be my new method for getting liquids to my mouth, farewell wallet! (everyone keeps stealing cash out my my glasses, I don't understand!!!! >.
Fact - American English is the only English.