Daft Enunciation

Oh dear, Blue Monster is starting to sound a little tetchy. Perhaps he should read Red Monster’s beautiful piece about the red van.

It might distract his thoughts from anti-Lepidoptera writings.

I think that this week you should all think of some equally silly daft enunciation and spend 5 minutes writing about it.

Daft Enunciation

The old grandfather sat beside the table with a three old granddaughter on his lap and a soppy grin on his face. He was discussing wild animals with her. “Do you know,” he asked, “that leo-pards are one of the most dangerous of the big cats?”

His wife looked up from her knitting and raised her eyebrows, “Leo-pards?” she repeated, as she shook her head sadly and returned to her knitting.

He ignored her and continued talking to the girl, “Yes, they pounce on people, knock them over, grab them with their forepaws and disembowel them with their claws.” Unfortunately the child lost interest in the conversation after the first six words and had pushed five coasters into a line, which she declared was a train. The old man smiled happily.

Posted: Wednesday, December 10th, 2008 @ 10:31 am
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