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Quandary Resolution 6281
paries, all Sir Garnet, undulant, vernissage

Sir Percival, the renowned socialite, painter of some repute and fashionista, endeavoring to retain his reputation as an art aficionado and respectable art critic, arrived for the vernissage dressed and decorated impeccably; with the paintings all done up, the Mayor and his entourage ready to felicitate the artist, and the fawning press ready to record every syllable uttered, everything was all Sir Garnet; until upon viewing the paintings of the unaristocratic and blase Mr. John Smith, which described the undulant landscape of Iowa with such vividity, the august Sir Percival (painter of some repute) realizing that he was nowhere close  to this maestro and could never approach his talent and skill, was filled with such loathing and jealousy that  not only did he with one full sweep peel the pallete and the canvas off the table but also could feel his paries peeling itself off his stomach .

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