Discussion in 'The Clown Café' started by azzy, Dec 30, 2016.
Who wants to hear about it?
Nobody? That's fine, as I have nothing to say.
Of course if I did have something to say, you would be the first to know.
Jenny, stop. You know I can't say anything about it.
Please don't listen to her, there's really nothing to the story.
... something came to mind since my original post.
Alas, no, I really have got nothing to say. I wish you'd believe me.
Bummer, I was so hoping to have something to read here.
I'm oh so sorry to disappoint you Sir, but I tried to make clear that I've got nothing to say. Perhaps there is somebody else that could say something, just so we're not fostering unfulfilled wishes?
Or, if a kind soul might bring up a topic of interest you might have a discussion! I, of course, would have none of that.
Don't talk to me about the fostering of unfulfilled wishes.
I'm really trying not to.
Nothing to Say - O Henry
"You can tell your paper," the great man said,
"I refused an interview.
I have nothing to say on the question, sir;
Nothing to say to you."
And then he talked till the sun went down
And the chickens went to roost;
And he seized the collar of the poor young man,
And never his hold he loosed.
And the sun went down and the moon came up,
And he talked till the dawn of day;
Though he said, "On this subject mentioned by you,
I have nothing whatever to say."
And down the reporter dropped to sleep
And flat on the floor he lay;
And the last he heard was the great man's words,
"I have nothing at all to say."
What did the well say? I have yet to find a well that can talk, but I guess a wishing well must be able to speak.
Do you hear what I hear?
I heard nothing. There was nothing to hear.
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