A Conversation for Wheelbarrows
Pimms Started conversation Jun 17, 2003
Great entry Learnt a good deal from this. Only marred by a few unwieldy sentences that needed to be read a few times to sort out what was meant. I'd suggest alternatives but I'm a bit pressed for time at the moment
Trout Montague Posted Jun 17, 2003
That's not unwieldy, it's ...
baroque 'n roll
Pimms Posted Jun 17, 2003
Well possibly I love a well-constructed sentence with clauses and sub-clauses as much as Ben, but I'd say the one below has more a 'patchwork' feel to it, not assisting ready comprehension:
"This is an entirely useless contraption as it carries nothing, and in fact, to boot, except perhaps among Chinese acrobatic circus troupes, does not require a wheel."
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