Sat 18 Apr, 2015 03:29 pm
So, for the last two weeks, I've been battling this season's offering of influenza, or some other godawful stuff for which I have no use.
Or thought of no use.
But what if some commercial use could be found for this damnable mucopolysaccharide that easily surpasses SAE 10-30 in disgusting slipperyness? Surely, I was producing enough. My only real obstacle would be packaging and labeling.
Well, no; there was distribution and marketing. And, as soon as I began to work things out. . .
So much for my revolutionary lubricant!
Now I bring my suggestion here for others to develop in their time. No need for credits or royalties. A slipperier world shall be my reward.
Meanwhile, I am beseiged with one liners from my younger day. . .
Q. What's green and sings?
A. Frank Snotra
Q. Who's green and carries two 6 guns?
A. Mucuous McCane.
I sympathize and enjoy your humor, or humour or humerus.
Commercial use? surely we can work up a set of ads and packaging for Dried Snot Sludge. Maybe they contain dehydrated antibodies, which, you know, may make your skin softer and more appealing.
I'm interested since I had a mildly scary case of the glop hawks, my term in case it becomes famous, back in late February, early March, which I worried was possible encroaching GERD but figured was allergy to my old furnace's production of air crap, which gathers every year about that time. Yep, it went away.
Dehydrated Glop Hawk could be used to form ear plugs..
I admire your creative thinking.
It's sad to see this thread sliding by the wayside, as it has so much to offer.
Well, life's 'snot fair . . . . . .
Hey, wait up, I can say worse!
Who is green and writes spy novels?