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The Wit of Hugh Laurie
August 17, 2008, 3:51 pm
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Bad day, my mother was bitten by a dog who was boasted by my father’s friend, the great man, blessed he be, as having a pit bull terrier on the top of its genealogy tree. She got two puncture wounds on her right hand, and we are set to visit the animal bite center tomorrow morning.

So, enough of the ferocity of our “domesticated” dog. He soon will be out of the moat, I guess, after what happened. Soon enough “domesticated” hyenas and vultures will feast with a bowl of Azucena, much to their pleasure, accompanied by a dirty bottle of gin. It’s a cruel fact, though, it is still a possibility. And I better be busy composing a song in a far prairie if that happens.

I cannot get off of my head the lyrics of I Miss You, so I planned of viewing Incubus’s video of that in YouTube or any video featuring that song as, quoting Kylie, and I say it again, I can’t get that out of my head. I was enthralled by the sincerity of that song, still not ignoring the fact the voice who sang that. And I could tell now if a man would sing that to me, he sure is a good archer, better than cupid.

“Cupid isn’t stupid, oh, no, that rascal is clever because we happen to be his greatest match up ever.” Just recalled that line from a hallmark that I got. <Ismayl>

So on the net, I went on I Miss You, then I got Blink I82’s song with the same title. And without much thinking, I typed in House M.D. for the reason that, I may say, triggered by the word “miss” in the song titles I came up with the sentence “I miss the acerbic Dr. Gregory House.” Hugh Laurie was the next on my query followed by Inside the Actors Studio on which he guested, and then lastly clips of A Bit of Fry and Laurie.

Here is Mystery, performed and composed by Hugh Laurie:

I could never imagine him performing a rap song, but here he is with Stephen Fry. “Laughter” is written in caps now for me, almost spelled out.

Noam Chomsky, it’s history you said the sentence “Colorless green ideas sleep furiously.” but Stephen Fry got his fair share of the “Tricky Linguistics.”

“Hold the news reader’s nose squarely, waiter, or friendly milk will come to mend my trousers.”

I guess I could construct my own and make it a Haiku.

Now, I just remember, earlier I crave for Ramen.

You witty Laurie, I like thee. 😀

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