Livicated to the canning Finnster and the feeling Caruso
Rabbit, run. Imahopping zerrymandering will diggit dugdugdug O O O O yes yes yes that Shakespeherian rag Jaysus weepies Cyclops crackerjacks jeffmute Philomel...............
10. Indie big inning
riverrun, past Eve and Adam's, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to.....
9. A quhare sort of a mahan
....kraals of slitsucked marrogbones. (Cave!) Scuse us, chorley guy! You spigotty anglease? Nnn. You phonio saxo? Nnnn. Clear all so.
8. Phil felt tippling full
His howd feeled heavy. His hoddit did shake. (There was a wall of course in erection). Dimb! He stottered from the latter. Damb! He was a dud. Dumb! Mastabatoom, mastabadtomm, when a man merries his lute is all long.
7. Burrus and Caseous
I cream for thee, Sweet Margareen .... A cleopatrician in her own right... Margareena she's very fond of Burrus but, alick and alack! she velly fond of chee.
6. Ad dressing Caesar
... a boosted blasted bleating blatant bloaten blasphorous blesphorous idiot who kennot tail a bomb from a painapple...
5. Burrus when he wore a younker
Der Haensli ist ein Butterbrot, mein Butterbrot!
Und Koebi iss dein Schtinkenkot!
Ja! Ja! Ja!
4. The Garden of Eden
Since their baffle of Whatalose when Adam Leftus and the devil took our hindmost, gegifting her with his painapple...
3. Jacob and Esau
Jerkoff and Eatsoup, Yem or Yan, while felixed is who culpas does and harm's worth healing and Brune is bad French for Jour d'Anno.
2. Sermon to the girls of St Bride's
- Never let the promising hand usemake free of your oncemaid sacral.
- Where you truss be circumspicious and look before you leak, dears.
- Keep airly hores and the worm is yours.
- Lust, thou shalt not commix idolatry.
1. Zit de finnitive Word a zit was ....
Finn, again! Take. Bussoftlhee, mememormee! Till thousendsthee. Lps. The keys to. Given! A way a lone a last a loved a long the
Jest tot to bring the love all of dis course uppity beyond pop pap pip pip.
James Joyce Finnegans Wake (1939) Penguin Books 1976
Quotes from pages 3, 16, 6, 166, 167, 163, 246, 246, 433, 628