Hits and Misses and an Occasional Foul
Didn't know Vikings traveled to South America where the tapirs are. Buggers got around, didn't they?
Actually, this was from a southeast Asian tapir, although we know the Vikings explored the Amazon at least as far as Manaus. (You wouldn't be related to the Schenectady Upsurges, would you? Some of them owe me money..)
I've always believed southeast Asian tapirs were more cartilaginous as opposed to osseous; must check up on that. You've apparently been to the Viking Shoppe on the west side of that sweaty Brazilian city. Vikings didn't like it much, either; didn't even bother to conquer the locals to install Danelaw. As to my family, the Schenectady Upsurges are a subgroup and not to be trusted; the best of us are still ensconced here in Piscataway. Especially watch out for Bulbous Upsurge; a cad if there ever was one.
Cartilaginousness in a tapir pick is a beneficial, if hard to pronounce trait. Caddishness of Schenectatoids, on the other hand, cannot and wouldcouldshould not be tolerated. I would spit in a Bulbous eye if'n it weren't for the fact that I wouldn't be caught dead south of 45 degrees latitude. Too tropical.
I understand and agree with your attitude on latitude, as well as on the umpronouceability of the word cartilaginousness. Schenectatoids, however, could be a challenger to that term if used in the proper tense or sense. What if you were afflicted by their caddishness? Then you would show signs of Schenectatoidosity, likely to practice Schenectatoidishness. Not that that is a bad thing; any of that city are likely to exhibit its obvious signs. As to Bulbous, why in Grok's name did you decide to lend him MONEY? Spit in his eye all you like, we Upsurges have learned to avoid him at all costs, especially when he smells creasy. THAT's when he picks your pocket with his guile, and often, his tentacles. My guess is that he was well-cologned that day. But his colognosity should not sway even the least of your species, and from what I've read on this site, I expect better from you. A great big HARRUMPH, Sir, and keep up the good work.
I'll answer your harrumph with a pshaw and bid you a good day, sir. My regards to the Piscatawayan Upsurges.
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