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May 07, 2021


Baby named as Ghlynnyl Hylhyr Yzzyghyl, nicknamed Consonant

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Someday I'd like to introduce him to my sister's granddaughter, Aaieey Oouie Ueaiyi.

Any relationship to Mr. Mxyzptlk? Speaking of letting sleeping dogs lie, Y is sometimes a vowel, but let's not mention that.

A-E-I-O-U and sometimes Y.

There are those who believe when Herman Melville was writing Moby Dick he decided to name one of his major characters Queequig and edit it later. I believe most of us know how that turned out.

If Consonant ends up working a spy for the State department, will they disavowel him/her?

"Novowels" is shorter and easier to say.

Somebody needs a vowel movement.

The cards predict you will stand at the end of every line, be called on last for everything and lead a life bereft of love.

That'll be $ 19.99 plus tax.

"You can call me Ray,
Or you can call me Jay,
Or you call call me Johnny...
But you doesn't has to call me
Ghlynnyl Hylhyr Yzzyghyl Mampuan Buscato!"

That kid will hate his grandfather for doing this to him.

Laugh now, grandpa. But wait'll the kid picks out your nursing home.

Douglas Adams would call him "Baby Vogon", and then stick a fish in his ear.

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