Say cheese

11 responses to Say cheese

  1. The Institute for the Study of Slightly Varying Circumstances

    I did, and I thank you for ordering me to do so.

    your pal,

    The President and Founder (IFSSVC)

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      It’s interesting you reacted quite personally with the photograph title Mr President. As a now follower to the institute, does the founder recommend doing such as taking the study of slightly varying circumstances personally or?

      p.s what does IFSSVC stand for? please tell me its a new art form called Cryptisism

      • The Institute for the Study of Slightly Varying Circumstances

        I would not recommend many things, though, if I did I would follow whatever I offered with a lengthy explanation of why it’s probably in your best interest to ‘pay me no heed’.

        IFSSVC stands for The Institute for the Study of Slightly Varying Circumstances which, while without a doubt a “really cool” name, is a bit much to be typing out “all the damn time”.
        My comment here, which was obviously unclear, is, or ‘was’, or perhaps ‘always shall be’, an attemt to convey my initial reaction to your post, that is, that I,upon reading its title, spoke aloud the word ‘cheese’, and, after having done so, was very happy to have had the opportunity which I would not have had without your order.

        – The President and Founder

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Perfect. Cannot believe I didn’t clock onto the abbreviation sooner, how slow of me, and yes typing out such a cool name of exceeding length- I can only imagine- would put unnecessary strain on fingers.

        I am honored that this post made you smile in cheese, President

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Thanks Marissa, finding these trolley’s in such funny situations has become as exciting as kinder surprises. Watching people watch me laugh at them, is also rewarding!

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