P A R T O N E
O N E
Barbers and Philosophers
It is hard to say when Kier ke gaard’s authorship began. He
often dated his emergence as an author to the 1843 pub-
lication of Either/Or, leaving commentators to ponder the
import of two earlier works: a literary review, From the Pa-
pers of One Still Living (1838), and his master’s thesis, The
Concept of Irony (1841). By way of an introduction to his
myriad refl ections on chatter (snak), I would like to suggest
that Kier ke gaard’s authorship began years prior to any of
The Issue Here
Not the semen of some dippy smug plump guy
with hairs growing out of his pimples
and chatter about pro wrestling and Metallica
or ways to minimize income tax,
not his semen, that's not
what I'm talking about!
Christ, that's not even RELEVANT.
talking about beautiful glistening
Romantic semen of witty passion
adorably summoned in a surprising classy hotel
that has character!
Delia, Donna, Diana, Dolores,
don't you hear me? That's
what I'm talking about.