The History of Grob #04

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  2. As the first non-spambot to comment on this post, I feel I must ask: Why in the world would I buy a book detailing how to write badly well when I could learn just as much, possibly more, from reading the spambot comments on your blog? They're free and waaaaay worse than any of the good bad writing you or anyone else could commit.

    Actually, the only reason I'm asking that question is to prove that I listened to Part 4 until the end and you therefore have no right to drown me for leaving early. I'm also not a baby, so you can't murder me and claim it's part of some sort of ancient Grobian religious tradition or something. I'm also not a snake, nor a woman, nor a compulsive cabbage-eater. I'm not sure what benefits derive from these latter three things, but I thought I'd mention them just in case.

    I would also encourage Anonymous commenter number 1 to report you to the police and show us on this anatomically-correct doll exactly where this piece of writing touched him. Because that's NOT okay. Not even for King Magnificent himself.

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