HUMOROUS BOOKS for Youth and Adults
My primary purpose for writing “Meaningless Sense” was to make people laugh, and most of the time the desired effect was achieved. I also believe that reading words that don’t make any sense will help clarify the real truth when it is read. "Meaningless Sense" contains 1,001 meaningless statement, and is 125 pages in length.
THIS BOOK SHOULD NOT BE FOR EVERYONE!
You could be one of the special people on this planet that can really understand the understandings of things that should and must be understood by only a few people who will ever understand anything that could be understood.
Only a few individuals will take the risk and accept the challenge of exploring the unexpected hidden messages that might be contained in the treasured thoughts of a mind that is unable to express the combination of humorous words which cannot be explained.
Please do not hesitate to continue on reading the remaining words on this page unless you are willing to truthfully answer the following most compelling and revealing questions.
The 1,001 meaningless statements that are not intended to make any sense at all, but will hopefully make you laugh.
When to use “Meaningless Sense”
When you need to laugh
When you don’t want to laugh
When you want to try to make someone laugh
When you really want to irritate someone
When your brain needs exercise
When you want to exercise another person’s brain
When you want to confuse someone who is trying to impress you
When you want to confuse yourself
When you can’t find anything else to read
When you want to read the reflections of what is left of a brain that has taught for more than 30 years
Suggestions if you find it difficult to laugh
Pick another time of the day to read “Meaningless Sense”
Try reading the statements backwards
Try letting someone read “Meaningless Sense” to you
Read “Meaningless Sense” to your pet
Find someone to read “Meaningless Sense” back to you in another language
None of the 1,001 “Meaningless Sense” statements in this book are meant to make any sense whatsoever, and, if by chance, one of them makes sense it was purely by accident.
The “Meaningless Sense” statements are not truth or words to live by. They are just words from a mind of someone who is often perplexed by the sheer emotion of subjugated values not determined to be valid by anyone who ever presumed to care about anything plausible.
Finally, the sentences are not designed to be grammatically correct, whatever that means.
MEANINGLESS SENSE - (excerpts)