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Saturday Stories: “Inch By Inch” Part 5

3D Printer Fiction: Inch By Inch (Part 5) The whiteness and the blue popping things, which he knew, even in his emergency defcon 5 starvation state, were only a result of high starve-factor mixed with hotness, got worse and worse … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “How the Sai Island Seahorses Happened”

Flash Fiction: “How the Sai Island Seahorses Happened” The ninjas knew to neutralize the horses. They crabbed and they crawled. They flipped and they flopped. They were like a sloppy twisty blur of fat, tri-toed ninja shoes bouncing in the … Continue reading

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Saturday Stories: “Duck Lake”

Dr. Putnam wondered, If she was really a witch how could she have died? Or how could she have stayed dead? Or, even more-so, how could she still be staying dead even as we speak? Just from a little water in her … Continue reading

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V.I.P. Lounge for Blog-Posts: Coming Soon

I’m proud to announce plans for a brand new “page” here at practicallyserious.com I’m going to call the “V.I.P. Lounge.” The masons are at work erecting it right now, and so it’ll be ready in like maybe two or three … Continue reading

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Blog Rover Discovers Evidence of Past Humor

The Creativity rover discovered practicallyserious.com was once a much sillier environment capable of supporting humorous blog posts, according to PSSA (practicallyserious Space Agency) officials. The discovery was made earlier today when Creativity identified and analyzed a strangely marked rock on … Continue reading

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My Wordfish Got Fat

These are the words for the wordfish. He breathes them and poops in them and then breathes them again. He lives right here in this blog, feeding on occasional “likes” and “follows” and “comments.” His name is Dave (per one … Continue reading

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Celebrity Telethon for the Blogfish!

Okay readers, we are just 1 “like,” 1 “comment,” and 1 “follow” away from reaching our goal of supplying the blogfish with the love and nourishment he so desperately needs. That’s right, we’re almost there, and we have practicallyserious.com celebrities … Continue reading

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Please Feed My Blogfish

Please Feed My Blogfish These are the words for the blogfish. The blogfish is a special kind of fish that only lives in blogwords. It uses them like water, drawing oxygen from their awkwardness. You probably haven’t noticed, but the … Continue reading

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My Blog-Post is Getting Married!

My Blog-Post is Getting Married! Ladies and gentlemen, I have an important announcement to make. Two of my most “visited” blog posts have decided to do the right thing and make it official. Yes, that’s right, I’m talking about 8 … Continue reading

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Blogging Phenomenon: “Darkcontent”

In a controversial paper published earlier today, practicallyserious Space Agency (PSSA) astrophysicist Leo Foley offers what he considers mathematical proof of a blogging phenomenon known as “darkcontent.” Darkcontent has long been considered a possible explanation for why practicallyserious.com is able … Continue reading

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