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Thursday, March 6, 2008

Some HTML Tags and Text I Hope I Never Write

I just have to swing by <a href=> work </a> first.

The <a href=> President </a> took office this month.

I’m finally getting a new <a href=> car </a>.

My <a href=> dad </a> just got remarried.

Only three more days until I leave for <a href=> vacation </a>.

I’d love to come over tonight, but my <a href=> show </a> is on.

Luckily, the doctor said <a href=> it’s </a> easily treatable nowadays.

<a href=> He’s </a> officially in the Hall of Fame.

I Googled my new <a href=http://www/> roommate </a> today.

I’ve never been <a href=> busier </a>.

After all these years, they’re finally doing a <a href=> sequel </a>!

Greg Boose is a contributing writer to The Nervous Breakdown, and has appeared on The Big Jewel, Opium, Hobart, McSweeney's, Feathertale, in The Believer, and in other fine and unfine print and online magazines. You can read many of his online writings by going to He lives in Chicago.