FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2018
And To Be Even More Politically Precise
This afternoon at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane about some year-end revisions in the Whistleblower “Stylebook,” which like at all print publications, shows the rules and examples of usage, punctuation, and typography, used in preparation of copy for publication.
“We’re looking for a word that means ‘a lot’,’” Kane explained, “something to use when we’re trying to explain the tremendous amount of things The Trumpster has actually accomplished during his first 420 days in office, in spite of the total opposition against him which has set new records each and every day during his first term.
“We use the word ‘Shitload’ a lot,” explained our Garrulous Grammarian, “The Urban Dictionary defines a “Shitload” as more than an assload but still less than a fuckton, but I think we’ll still need a good illustration for the Whistleblower Stylebook so our readers will know how much we mean when we say ‘Shitload.’ Here are a few examples. Maybe our Persons of Consequence could tell us which picture of a ‘shitload’ to use.”
Or Else We Could Just Use This Picture We’ve Been Using For The Past Nine Years. If It Doesn’t Illustrate The Meaning Of “Shitload,” We Don’t Know What Does.