Thursday, August 29, 2013

Laughing Lhursday*

Despite being busy
with proof-reading his 1669 pages short opus magnum
"Pre-Assyrian Philately in a Nutshell"
my friend Tetrapilotomos – after all –
gave 15 minutes of his precious time
to invent a wormhole.

The evidence – thanks to Ashley Lily Scarlett –
is to be found in a courtyard downunder

Just go, check, come back, and thus
become witness of an unbelievable scientific seansation. 

Doubts? In case you have any question re this very fascinosum:
Just ask.
Tetrapilotomos will have all answers, easy to understand.

* [For first time visitors]:

Typo in the title?
Nah. It's just that I would not let a tiny T spoil an avantgardistic alliteration.

PS: Ah, coming to think of it, the title of this post could get understood as a tiny bit misleading, deceptive, if not  delusive, as it is – no more, no less – one about a scientific seansation.
Herewith it is changed. The new title reads: Chatting under the Hazel


  1. Haha! This looks much more inviting than that courtyard.

  2. No matter where, in the courtyard or under the Hazel, it would have been much fun to sit with friends and enjoy a tea, coffee or wine party, via Tetrapilotomos' wormholes.

    Thank you SE and Sean for the invitation.

  3. I think the chairs are still warm.

  4. Well, Ashley
    stony the one environment, leafy the other.

    Certainly it would not only have been fun, Claude, it would be fun. So, let's not give up our dreams.

    I like that idea, Susan,
    and as you will have noticed there are four chairs.
    Welcome then! :)

  5. Those time portals seem to get everywhere!

  6. Indeed, CherryPie, there's obviously still some fine-tuning necessary.