Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Letters to Wendy's

I suspect that the era of the Ironic and Snarky Non Sequitur has come to a close. That being said, let us now praise that rotting genre with a quote from Joe Wenderoth's Letters to Wendy's:
April 19, 1997
It is rare for a baby to be so bad that it is sentenced to be hanged, and even rarer for the sentence to be carried out, and yet, when a baby is hung, what a pleasant surprise it is for the passersby. Even the passerby whose arms and legs are bound is able to inch up close enough to the tiny, swaying, villainous nugget of softness and know, with his bare cheek, the threshold through which real evil sinks away.

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