Labels: memory

Too many of my labels have been used once and once only. It’s uneconomical, and slightly sad, so I’ve decided to repeat my earlier bonding exercise, in which I take two otherwise isolated labels and unite them. It’s a little gesture of love, in this often loveless world. I’ll try and make each pair as memorable as possible. As it was before, this is a memory exercise.

authority: david letterman
embarrassment: health
holocaust: libraries
plants: plagiarism
patti smith: roses
scientology: semi-colon

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