Posts Tagged ‘or’

Either/or is such a snore.

“Or’s” paddle, toward similarities.

To multiply “or” is at democracy’s core.

Either/or is a limit; it makes subtlety grimace.

“Or” is a small caliber bullet; it can destroy a family.

“Or” defines, signs, dines and whines.

First we invented demands, then we manufactured “or’s.”

“Or” loves to write — with a red pen.

Or-dom saves us from boredom.

Inclusive disjunctions make families function.

“Or” is ore — or mental gore.

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