Journal Entry: Grand Secret

Journal entry, 3/25/15: Justice Minotaur conceived of a novel way to raise money recently. He said he had a “grand secret” that he would tell to the winner of a raffle. Entry into the raffle was by the purchase of a ticket for five dollars. Minotaur posted signs about the raffle at his chambers and even got a tribe of local Boy Scouts to go around advertising it to fulfill some of their service hours. The contest raised about a thousand dollars, which Minotaur used to order four five-gallon buckets of contractor-grade sealant for his shower (it is a small shower but Minotaur loves for the tile to glisten). Today Minotaur drew out the winning ticket. It was claimed by Doll Apache-Freshloam, an elderly relict whose husband perished last autumn in a whirlwind of his own making (details are sketchy). Freshloam is Minotaur’s current secretary at chambers.

Minotaur hissed the secret into her wax-coated left ear loudly enough that Mr. Cornwall was able to capture it: “If you are filling the washer with a load of towels and your hands get wet for some reason, simply use one of the towels you are loading to dry off.”

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3 thoughts on “Journal Entry: Grand Secret

  1. I want to enumerate the validity of this eternal underline. When I was a kid of Provence I went to the city of Lyon to visit the grandmother there who was in her way the wisest of the wisdom with the tidbits of the common informations. She knew the way of the soup for one, for two she knew the way of the natural remedy for ailments. She did the launderess work in the manner of the old with the bucket and the scrub, but like Minotaur sayeth she kept a white and dry towel by her side–attached–for drying her effeminate skin mitts upon.

    • Minotaur has asked if this grandmother is alive and, if so, what her phone number is. -Eric of Cornwall, for Justice Korbin Minotaur

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