Little 6 year old Buggy Shellman from behind a malfunctioning voting machine at a Cattle Food store in Buggfussle Alabama writes Dearest Mr. Hugh…. What is the substantive difference, both in incinuated and real applicational aspectology, between the word “UNIQUE” and the word “RARE”….?

From Mr. Hughy

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Howdy Buggster……….!!!!!!!!!!!! What’s up ole buddy!!!!!!!………….

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I must say Bugg,……….you have quite a vocabulary for an eight year old kid……( My assistant says you are SIX…but that is obviously not the case. No one six years old can use words that big. So there. You are at least EIGHT. Go tell your mommy.) And, while I’m at it.,….I want you to stop making up words. It’s just got to stop…..Big MADE-UP WORDS….are a NO NO.

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Now…….The word ……..Unique…….. means……………

“AIN’T BUT ONE OF EM”……

((((An example of  “Unique” would be ………

a stalk of RAW BROCCOLI that tastes as good as a Snickers Bar.))))))

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The word ‘RARE” means…..   Ain’t Very Many of ‘EM.

(An example of “rare” would be ………Politicians that have great wisdom and truly honest hearts.)

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There are some….but not a whole bunch…………….. that means RARE.

So there you go………. Buggster………………..

 

                         HEE !!! Make sure you’re a

                                       GOOD UNIQUE…..!!!!!!!!!!!

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