The first ten seconds of this One Minute Ramble is taken up by reiterating what this post is actually about. Well, it is now. A cool day.

The next ten seconds is the introduction to the post. A hook. A teaser. A line that says why should I continue reading? Read on and see.

The next ten seconds is is the first line of the post. Today, is a cool day. A cool, cool day. The first ten second line above isn’t the first line of the post. Well, it isn’t now.

The next ten seconds of this post is the question. What’s so cool about today? Is it a good cool, a cool cool, a frosty cool or a different kind of cool entirely?

The next ten seconds of this post is the answer I would give. Cool! No heat! No hot. Yesterday was cool as it was cool. Let today be cool also.

The last ten seconds of this post is the wrap up. Hope you have a cool, cool day too today. These One Minute Rambles are getting worse.

Ten seconds into added time, and the One Minute Ramble is still going strong. This has only been added in case abyone is a quick reader, and the above took less than a minute to read. It took longer than a minute to type. I’m utilising Fingers, you see, my Inner Typist. One letter forwards and two backspaces back.

Twenty seconds into extra time, and I’m still trying to spot some of Fingers’ typos. I think I’ve got them all now. Luckily, I’d spotted and changed the title before publishing. He’d typed ‘Fool’!

Thirty seconds into extra time and I’m wondering if the hook in paragraph two was strong enough. Maybe I should go back and change it. There, done.

Forty seconds into extra time, and I have a confession to make. I didn’t change paragraph two at all. I’m not sure if it was worth continuing reading, but at this point it’s too late.

Fifty seconds into extra time, and I’m feeling guilty for wasting not one minute, but two minutes of time.

Sixty seconds into extra time, and I’m feeling quite pleased with myself and Fingers. We’ve typed a One Minute Ramble about nothing into Two Minutes. We think that’s cool.

Well, I think it’s cool.

Like today.

A cool day.

14 Comments

  1. Excellent!!! 🙂

    It is indeed a cool day (17.4’C) and I am happy to know such a cool dude as yourself and glad that we are friends!!! 🙂

    Now THAT’S cool… 😉

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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  2. Glad to hear it TL…I was beginning to worry you and Prenin were going to start melting! Or maybe your computer would…Nasty when it’s that hot and that’s not cool 🙂 Enjoy the respite..VK

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