Ok, now re-read it and imagine you are placing the order and explaining how you want the wording to look on the cake.
Maybe it as meant to sound like that? Ya know, like an office going away party joke? ~shrugs~
What language would that be? lol lordy.
I think I figured it out....
...they ordered a cake from Wal-Mart.
I'm just doin' 'zactly what the customer wanted, boss!
Hmmm... Google "geoduck" and hit "images"
Am I the only one?
A clam that looks like a dick.
Bunch'o gender confusion there....
o.o Yeah ... It is a clam that looks like a penis.
o_O O_o intresting
o.0 what in the name of alien phallus are you people used to seeing? Looks like a clam on steroids to me, like those body builders who inject themselves with that water retention stuff.
Dear Morri and Moonie,
You are welcome. I give to you the gift of this word which may become your new best friend. May I introduce you to the geoduck. It is actually pronounced "gooey duck" which is a free bonus.
Here is a link so that you may check out this handsome creature: geoduck
Feel free to pepper "gooey duck" into your everyday conversations. Example: You, sir, resemble the noble geoduck in manner and figure. Good day.
OK, no secret that I love words. I just read this, and as simple as it is, wow...brilliant!
It's a reader's comment on a highly touted biography about the life of Kurt Vonnegut. You know, the kind of elitist book that speaks more about his affairs than about his thoughts as a writer - the kind of book that everyone is standing in line to proclaim that you MUST read if you wish to have any claim to literacy at all.
But THIS reader, well, he left this as his review:
"This book was written in a clean room."
I smile every time I read that. :)