Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Oh frabjous world of worthy wordiness!

For measuring a word's worth, I think we are both agreed that we wouldn't take that worm Wordsworth's word for it. But for seemingly worthless words, whose worth lies in their frabjous worthlessness, do consult the dictionary of worthless words. Worth seems a very worthless value when workably applied to such words, whose wordiness is but their worthiness, especially in this world of worsening wordlessness and the worrying worship of marketing. Or maybe this is all just wanton wordplay wanting wit?