Celebrity Splits: Q and U Call it Kwits

Here’s another post from the early days of the blog that pretty much no one ever read. Thought it deserved a second chance. Enjoy!

The Return of the Modern Philosopher

Shocking news from Alphabetville: The letters Q and U have decided to go their separate ways.  Word of the split has rocked the Grammar and Spelling Bee Worlds.

In a joint statement issued by spokespersons for the letters and for the Alphabet itself, we are learning that the idea for this breakup wasn’t necessarily mutual: “It is with a heavy heart that we announce Q and U have decided to end their long term relationship. While every partnership has its ups and downs, some problems simply cannot be overcome.”

Neither letter was available for comment.  Both were at the announcement, but they stood at opposite ends of the stage.

U was clearly the more upset of the former duo, which has led to rampant speculation that this parting of ways was Q’s idea.  At one point, U broke down and had to be consoled by  T and V, who never…

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Native New Yorker who's fled to the quiet life in Maine. I write movies, root for the Yankees, and shovel lots of snow.
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11 Responses to Celebrity Splits: Q and U Call it Kwits

  1. List of X says:

    Those FAQ threesomes are pretty common too.

    • Austin says:

      Glad you enjoyed it. I might start reposting some of the old ones that no one ever read…

      • mudlips says:

        I, of course, will encourage you to do that. This has to be one of my faves so far and while I could go back on my own, it’s much easier when you put the old posts right under my nose.

      • Austin says:

        I hope you had a chance to read the one from this morning. It was the first real post on this blog. An oldie and maybe a goody. I really like the Q&U one, too… 🙂

  2. LucyJartz says:

    I was enjoying this post at the school computer lab and mentioned it to a friend. She said, “I don’t read blogs” so I printed it out for her. While she was reading it she laughed out loud, I mean ‘lol’, and I was glad I had a friend with a sense of humor.

    You writing is very entertaining.

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