born with two left feet

clumsy feet, tripping, stumbling, ailment dyspraxia
brain bright but poor coordination of body reflexes
clear the hurdle in the mind, that’s the greatest handicap.

sijo

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131 thoughts on “born with two left feet

      1. I thought you might. One of my dogs came and barked at me. I have been “up” overnight again, and it is approaching 5 AM here. (Maybe I am a vampire actually?) Anyway, it so happens that I speak “dog.” What she said to me with that series of barks was “what the hell are you doing up at this time of the hour?” 🙂 I suppose she might have a point.

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      2. Now you have me laughing. And my dog is barking at me again. She started growling at me. I suppose she needs a bribe, er, dog treat.

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      3. Yes, but it is a secret. If I tell you, you might speak it. And then she would teleport in front of you. *I* may have given up witchcraft, but that does not mean that my familiars have….

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      4. Yes, it is a classic. “They” just don’t make them like that any more. We have to fill in the gap with our creativity on the Internet.

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      5. Yes, I saw that on the map. Seems like everyone has told me that Indian cuisine is divided into Northern and Southern. But I am highly suspicious that is an oversimplification regarding the dining options from a country that has over 300 native dialects.

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      6. Cannot reveal that. Astrologers are not treated favorably in Texas. Most people call me “Grand” or “GT,” but I tell people that my “online name” is Grant Rhymes. And, I do write. I attempt Nano every year: http://nanowrimo.org

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      7. Yes, that would be an excellent story. You will have me be a “Prince Charming” of your imagination pretending to be the grumpy old man (aka “Grand Torino”) that I actually am. 🙂 Sounds like a good plot.

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      8. Yes, well, good morning to you! You cannot be in (high) school, or you would have left already (if the schedules are like ours). So, you are college-aged?

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