A Vulture Culture or a Cultured Vulture?

For maximum effect, please read these sentences out loud:

If a vulture mulches, I would call that vulture mulcher a cultured vulture.

Circumvent affluent effluent to avoid a confluent of loaded loads.

The preposterously prosperous prefect prohibited proselytizing prostitutes in her prefecture.

A prophet shouldn’t profit from his prophecy.

Dandy lions eat dandelions while dandily lying without dander or dying down in the land of the candy line.

“Judge not,” nudged Jot, as not a lot of Jot was not allotted aught.

Remember the member who encourages courage, for she will remain the main organ of your organization.

Sal, am I salami?

If you pay a tree a tick, you have a patriotic ick. If you pay a tick a tree, you’ve tricked a tick in your country.

Don’t fudge the judge, just judge the fudge.

Click the flower to reveal 2 random acts of language cruelty:

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3 Responses to A Vulture Culture or a Cultured Vulture?

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Eric Spears. Eric Spears said: A Vulture Culture or a Cultured Vulture?: http://wp.me/pEo6F-t9 [...]

  2. jeffersonic. (DSK) says:

    Aaaiiieee! You’ve gone too far! It’s like bees living inside my head….

  3. EricIndiana says:

    By the way, although it sounds vaguely obscene, I’m thinking that that last one could be used as a slogan at a fudge making contest.

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