Was it my customary prolixity? Or maybe my rampant solecism?
Could the damned thing even recognise† solecism if it was bitten by solecism on its elementary school-going ass?
How many big words does one have to use to get a collegiate rating?
I found this on Iron Needles and got all cocky and hubris-like‡ and plugged in my URL and...
Voilà!§ I'm an imbecile!¶
Kim says I'm smart. Kim even praised my lexical prowess.# And she thinks I'm funny. Does the damned elementary school thing even know from funny?
I bet Kim gets mad reading level points for "lexical."
†FOOTNOTE (crossed): Perhaps it's marking me down for British spellings.
‡FOOTNOTE (double-crossed): Hubris! I use the word "hubris" ALL THE TIME! That's not an elementary school word!
§FOOTNOTE (swerved): How many people take the time and care to make sure to use a grave accent in "voilà"? Not an elementary school student, that's how many!
¶FOOTNOTE (paragraphed): Shouldn't "imbecile" raise me to at least middle school level?
#FOOTNOTE (pounded): I can spell "lexical." Huh. Maybe the damned elementary school thing heard about my spelling be debacle. Debacle's a pretty good word...