I've been told that sarcasm is the lowest form of humour. I completely and absolutely agree with that! In fact, I've never, ever been sarcastic in my life, ever!
I want to humbly apologise for not posting much recently. I realise how vitally important my postings are to your life. I'm sorry that I have caused you to sob uncontrollably due to the scarcity of my highly anticipated, much loved, to the point of thrilling exhalation postings, bring to your life. So, please, please, please forgive me for not delighting you with my deeply profound words of wisdom on a more regular basis. Try to handle that disappointment by realising that this infrequent blogger is posting up this posting which will, no doubt, tide you over until the next time I post up one of my must read postings.
In between my hugely adored postings, you can continue to check out, or gosh, participate, in that awesome A to Z Challenge that makes me understand that further awareness of the alphabet is a great way to meet new bloggers and um get loads more 'followers' who of course, will be so in awe of your blog, that they just have to come back to your blog and get further, incredibly philosophical musings. I mean, none of them would be 'drive-by' bloggers who do the old 'follow me, follow you' routine, never to be seen again. No way!
Although I could never compete with those chuckle a second comedy bloggers who make you evidently laugh your ass off while you are rolling in the aisles, here's a very feeble attempt at something bordering on almost mildly amusing by this shy and humble man. I have met a number of people who have, speaking of number, the fear of the number between five and seven. So, with the lyrics from that Marvin Gaye song, 'Sixual Healing', as a bit of inspiration, I shall let you know I'm writing a self-help book for the sufferers of the fear of the number between five and seven. Hopefully, my book titled, 'Everything You Wanted To Know About Six, But Were Afraid To Ask', will be ready somewhere within the next five to seven years. You can learn about the opposite six, six therapy, the joy of six and how to keep your relationship with six on a healthy level and not become a six addict. I know this sequence on six, sucks. However, that's another story....
I just read that there is going to be a 'Sarcasm Workshop' at a local venue. I've read some incredibly exciting announcements in my time but the thought of having an awesome event such as a Sarcasm Workshop, has left me in a state of euphoria that goes beyond any suitable adjective!