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Boyling over

Yes, I do get obsessive about things (as you'll know if you've noted my correct use of em-dashes and en-dashes), so here's another Frankie Boyle classic...


Heh.

I'll write a bit more later. Or, probably, tomorrow...

Comments

Charles Pooter said…
You're not obsessive enough DK otherwise you wouldn't have used broken ellipses (...) at the end of your post. Here's the correct ellipses character you should have used:

Devil's Kitchen said…
Charles,

You are absolutely correct. I don't really know why I don't use the proper ellipsis character except that it looks, to my eye, rather ugly…

DK
Charles Pooter said…
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Charles Pooter said…
You're probably right. By the way, I've had a hand in the creation of a new humour blog. It is foul-mouthed, lowest-common-denominator stuff, so it should be right up your street! Have a look when you're bored.

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