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- You're welcome to add (or remove) whatever you like. You're also welcome to suggest that I add something, though I suspect if I tried to write anything 'funny' it would end up containing far too many incidences of flying pink mice and mind control towers. And muffins. Don't forget the muffins. Muffins are in all of us, and their power, working in us, can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine. They are infinite in mercy but also infinite in snakes: they will release snakes on us if we do so much as have a hair out of place, and if we turn against them, they will only release more snakes. To stop the snakes, we must repent for our sins... see, that's the stuff that comes out of me when I let my guard down. Not nice.
- Btw, the reason there's a random occurrence of the first person at the end (since I've heard such things criticised, and I thought an explanation might be in order sooner or later) is that it sort of makes fun of Hulda Clark, whose alternative therapies involve cutting out so much food that they can be easily likened to cutting out all food. Some might also say that cutting out all food more closely resembles her intentions. -– (talk • contribs) 20:48 15 Sep 2014