Saturday, July 17, 2010

All Times You'll Feel Pleasant

This notebook is pretty confident of its ability to impress:



It's a very assertive Note Book! Sadly, even though I've bought and used it regularly, not all times feel pleasant with it, especially when taking notes in meetings. But the English helps a bit, I must admit.

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But if you leave it behind, you feel unpleasant. Only toe pee can rescue you from the lame mirror, because it is yours forever side by side.
Or something.
 
I wonder why "pleasant" and "unpleasant" strike us as oddly not quite right? Maybe because they're rather tepid words in English compared with the usual advertising razzle-dazzle?

You clearly are working on a Unified Field Theory of Janglish! All will become clear if we can just arrange it right...
 
Oh I love. It is me happy to see the true Note Book.
Janglish if you can to continue.

Capiche?

Yeah, pleasant and its un somehow come across as prissy understatement.
I like them, though.

especially "I am unpleasant."
 
I went to a t-shirt store last weekend and came away with a plethora of pictures that will keep me chortling through the long, hot summer months. :)

"Pleasant" is an unassuming word--thus its lack of appearance in Western commercials, which are all about BIGGEST and BOLDEST!!!11!
 
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