Have you guys heard of those needles that are used for knitting? 'Knitting needles' I think they're called. They're like needle in nature and design and when used correctly (or as intended by their inventor, patent owner, manufacturer, distributor, retailer, purchaser, and the inventer, patent holder, manufacturer, distributor, retailer and purchaser of wool, yarn, thread, sheep and other products that exist solely to be aid the use of these needle in nature products) then they are used for knitting. As in like for sweaters, socks, onesies, napsacks, scarves, coffee cozies, tree cozies, tootsie cozies, muffler cozies, cozies double cozies, and Eskimo, 'wow it's warm out today, comparative to normal that is, so only a hundred or so below freezing, depending on whether we're in metric or imperial, are we in the U.S or Canada? I can never remember. Anyway, might not wear the walrus carcass today, hand me a 100 woolen knitted things instead'. You know needles for knitting? Yeah I'm pretty sure they're called 'knitting needles'. Did I say that already?
Well this blog is nothing like those at all. Because, and I don't know
if you know this, but the 'k' in 'knitting' is silent, which is stupid,
and I don't do stupid. Plus if I talk about knitting needles any longer
I'll end up making a crude backyard abortion joke, which may upset some
people, you know cause some people can't afford houses with backyards,
and socioeconomic disparity is no laughing matter.
The point is it's really warm and muggy here in Sydney, which is a
whether pattern I enjoy, cause I do not even need to contemplate knit
ware, which makes today the best day of my life.
'Knit ware', by the way, if you don't know, is 'ware' that's been
'knitted'. It's made with something that's a kind of needle, that are
made for something called 'knitting'. I think they may be called