Or posthaste, if you like to use old fashioned words (and I do). I don’t know if I will have time to make a real post later, so I’m going to write a few words now. Who knows, if I have a chance to get on the internet later, I may post again. It isn’t likely, though, knowing me (and I do).
So this will make three silly posts in a row (some would use other adjectives; feel free to embellish), after three “real” posts in a row. Will this be a pattern? Nah, I’ll just continue to go with the flow, as always. Oh, this is simply dreadful. I begin writing a post, because I want to get it done NOW, and I don’t have a damn thing to say. How embarrassing! I would even say mortifying! Or humiliating! And I don’t even have a thesaurus handy.
Speaking of thesaurus and words, does anybody know the word that means offended but is stronger? You know, like “mortified” is stronger than “embarrassed.” I was trying to think of it the other day and came up blank. The next day I came up with “outraged,” but that wasn’t quite right either, because you can become outraged at a true injustice not only a perceived slight (incidentally, the thing I was more than offended about was not perceived, it was a slight). I thought of “mortified,” too, but, as mentioned earlier, that is more embarrassed than offended. I think I may have thought of another one as well, but that one escapes me. Hey, I’ve only had one cup of coffee this morning.
Ooh, look at that; I’m over 250 words. Goody! So what do you think: intro, foolish paragraph, paragraph that might (or might not, I admit) amuse. I’ll call that a post. Now I’ll hasten on to the other crap I have to get done. Happy Saturday, everyone!