More ups and downs in Elevator Madness.
A man once rode an elevator that was nothing but a black metal cage hanging from heavy wire and where the cage bounced off the graffiti scribbled walls with a thunderous clatter, all the way up and down the shaft. The man also rode an elevator that had to be started by pulling a worn out rope, like calling the butler. The same man rode an elevator the size of a living room, wherein everything was exposed, the walls, the ceiling, the pulley winding up the cable, the motor turning, and the floor below falling away, slowly.
1. a person who regularly finds words or expressions in the English language insufficient to express his or her thoughts and, thus, coins new ones.
Ex: "I was walking by this group of binks talking at a jolly decibel about the latest Game of Scones in front a Blockenstok, when I had a total Muse Attack and had to write a song about it right there on the pavement!" "Wow, you are such a Quipper. You are worse than Shakespeare."
Dancing to the rock of ages