"per-sieve"

-to separate or distinguish by sifting the substance.


Bert: "Bit of magic."

Michael: "A bit of magic?"

Bert: "It's easy. Let's see. You think. You wink. You do a double blink. You close your eyes and jump."

Jane: "Is something 'sposed to happen?"

Mary: "Bert, what utter nonsense! Ohh! Why do you always complicate things that are really quite simple? Give my your hand, please, Michael. Don't slouch. One, two."

David: "Do you hear the art? Do you persieve the feeling?"
by Relwoh July 31, 2008

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