Tale Weaver – 26/10/17 – Making Sense of Nonsense – cloppsright

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Cloppsright

 

Hello dearie have you got yours?

Yes it arrived this morning, isn’t it lovely?

It’s the best.

So compact, and I got the purple one.

Purple? Oh I didn’t know it came in purple, mine is the sky blue.

I used it as soon as it arrived.

Good isn’t it.

Marvellous.

Got my jobs done in half the time.

I love it, so smooth, so easy on the eye.

Easy on the hands too.

Got time for a cuppa?

Don’t mind if I do.

Used to be I was at it till after lunch now with my cloppsright I’m done by morning tea.

How did we get along before this?

Working our fingers to the bone.

Day in and day out.

Its technology I say.

Had to happen didn’t it.

The days of drudgery are over.

Woohoo I say.

But I wont be telling hubby.

Oh no don’t.

He’ll think I’m slacking if I say anything about having time to myself.

Less they know the better I say.

Great oaf is just as likely to want a try and break the thing.

So let’s stay mum about it ok?

Suits me.

Did you hear from Mavis?

Bakery Mavis?

No Butchers Mavis.

Oh red haired Mavis.

Yes.

No I haven’t why?

Said she had one the other day I was in there buying a pound of sausages. Bragging about it she was.

Bitch.

Yes but I dare not say that to her face, she’s likely to slam you with a side of beef.

Anyway we can brag back now.

Yes we can.

Bakery Mavis had a fall you know.

Did she?

Arse over head as she was taking a cake out of the oven.

Hope she’s all right, I thought it was a bun in the oven she had.

You are a cow. She’s all good and tough as they come.

Not like Knitting Mavis.

No poor pet.

Slipped on a ball of No 5 fine spun.

Did her hip I heard.

Yes she’ll be out of action a while.

So who’s minding the shop?

Bus stop Mavis.

Bus stop still around is she.

Very round I last heard.

Well I’d best be getting my cloppsright home and packed away.

I keep mine under the bed.

Mine’s in the bathroom cupboard.

I think I’ll give a whirl when I get home.

Me too.

Does that vibration through the handle give you a buzz?

Hmm yes but I didn’t want to say.

Hmm…it feels like my sleeping giant is being awakened.

Me too.

I wonder if we put them together what would happen.

One way to find out.

Ready?

One two three….

Oh my.

CLOPPS

RIGHT!

(Collectively) WOOHOO!

 

Written for: https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2017/10/26/tale-weaver-261017-making-sense-of-nonsense-cloppsright/

 

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7 Responses to Tale Weaver – 26/10/17 – Making Sense of Nonsense – cloppsright

  1. Reena Saxena says:

    This left me dazed 🙂

  2. I goggled cloppsright and it came up with your post.

    • Michael says:

      Lol…good…I try and make sure the words don’t exist. It’s amazing how many weird words there are. Sometimes I go through a few before I find a word that doesn’t exist.

  3. scribblersdip says:

    Bakery Mavis had a fall you know.
    Did she?
    Arse over head as she was taking a cake out of the oven.
    Hope she’s all right, I thought it was a bun in the oven she had.
    You are a cow. She’s all good and tough as they come.
    Not like Knitting Mavis.
    No poor pet.
    Slipped on a ball of No 5 fine spun.

    This is the perfect still dazed this morning read 😀

    Wonderful word and I really like how you write to these nonsense words – never really defining or explaining them, but just giving enough details for us to keep several ideas running through the mind! LOL – and I LovE the gossipy tone to this. Totally captured the essence of conversation here!

    Great prompt Michael – well done 🙂

  4. Tournesol says:

    This is too funny!! Half way through I was already laughing out loud and then you started on all those Mavis…the comment of “bitch”got me cackling. My mom used to say that so often but in a funny way. Like if you lost 10 pounds,or bought a designer dress at 75% off…great writing as usual, Michael.

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