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Rum Doings Episode 144: There’s Nothing Inherently Putrid About My Formulation

by on Sep.27, 2013, under Rum Doings

In the 144th episode of Rum Doings, we don’t discuss whether the vinyl has had its day. But instead we get into some first year poetry analysis, and learn how Lucy the kitten has banished sleep for John.

Naturally we have a quick chat about Turkey, discuss Mohammad’s cat, and then Nick obsesses over the language in some, er, spam. We stake our claim to having discovered Benedict Cumberbatch, and then Nick outlines the new rules for seasons. And probably some other stuff too.

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4 Comments for this entry

  • Alex

    The only way that Lucy the Cat will be able to drop a line is if you leave little bits of string for her to gobble up. This happened to my grandmother’s cat over the holidays one year, and family members had to snip away at the tinsel as it was slowly extruded from her butt.

  • Evert

    I am not sure I would take advice on building a website from someone who can’t close a bracket.

  • scotchmi_st

    Regarding rhymes with the same word:

    She came from Greece she had a thirst for knowledge,
    she studied sculpture at St. Martin’s College,
    that’s where I,
    caught her eye.

  • Nick Mailer

    Yes. That leaves you with a deliciously queasy feeling.