How To Make a Sandwich on Wikinut

Joyce Singha By Joyce Singha, 7th Sep 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/uo1dm11r/
Posted in Wikinut>Humour>Off Beat

You can eat a sandwich or you can look at it. On Wikinut, it's the placement of articles, sometimes, that create unintended sandwiches!

Wikinut Sandwich

Tired of eating sandwiches? Try looking at one on Wikinut. There are four layers of JayeByrd writings sandwiched between two writings of mine. Quite a fancy sandwich if you ask me. Nonetheless, JayeByrd does not look like a sandwich, neither do I but I wish the layering was not so consistent, considering how inconsistent life is. There are other reasons why JayeByrd may look the way he does; some of his pages disappear despite saving, other pages refuse to open; winter is almost here and of course there are Wikinut glitches that refused to go away!

I know JayeByrd has tried explaining why his profile looks the way it does but to me it is clear: it's all the angst of getting sandwiched. My face would look the same if somebody squished me in a sandwich. Maybe that's what sandwiches feel, never being able to break free of that dang top and bottom bread which sometimes toasted, makes things literally harder and pokey for the elements in between! And what about all the gooey stuff that's supposed to make things palatable? Did anyone ask the sandwich if that's what it wanted; if that's how it wanted to look? Nonetheless, besides the layering, JayeByrd and I enjoy sharing names as well. My son calls me Jay Bird sometimes. Anyway, if Jaybyrd doesn't like the look of the sandwich, he needs to talk to the Wikinut machine or process of randomness that is prevalent here. On the other hand, maybe I should borrow a mask from the real JayeByrd to express my pleasure or displeasure or neither or both; it will be a mask; nothing will matter!

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Anita, Chip, Jayebyrd, Lerain, Mariah, Stella, Susan, Utah Jay

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author avatar Joyce Singha
Writer, Thinker, Homeopath.
Background in Literature, Films and Homeopathy. Interests in Politics & Human Idiosyncrasies. Humor is essential. Personal Blog at: http://joyce-iamwhatiyam.blogspot.com

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author avatar Retired
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Cute! Astute observation, Joyce, with creative perception. I like it! How did JayeBird take being the bread of a fancy sandwich? Or was he the meat? (ha ha!)

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author avatar Retired
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Hahaha ~ this is just pure fun.

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author avatar Joyce Singha
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you ladies. I know all us ladies have a great sense of humor; that's why I tagged you all although don't know where those tags are going to lead! So far, JayeByrd is absconding; we'll have to ask him what he feels about being sandwiched :)

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author avatar Retired
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Maybe he's so squished he can't speak (type)? Hee hee.

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author avatar Joyce Singha
7th Sep 2014 (#)

I find Heehee too funny. Just sent a note to JayeByrd that ladies were wondering where he was.
Thx Susan.

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author avatar Mariah
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Too good Joyce...High 5!!!

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author avatar Joyce Singha
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you Milady.

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
7th Sep 2014 (#)

I suspect it is just one of those coincidences that do happen anywhere from time to time.

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author avatar Joyce Singha
7th Sep 2014 (#)

It is indeed and when they do, they are enough to write about. This one looked nice. Thx Peter.

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author avatar JayeByrd
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Ladies, Here I am, and overwhelmed by all of all of the comments. It's nice to be appreciated. Being sandwiched with Joyce is really a very pleasant place to be, as I enjoy her post so much. Easy on the ketchup, make it up with the mustard and pickles. Happy picnicking.

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author avatar Retired
8th Sep 2014 (#)

So glad you're okay, JayeByrd, and such a good sport!

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author avatar Chip Greene
8th Sep 2014 (#)

Being sandwiched is no coincidence. It is a high form of compliment. I've gotten story ideas from other author's posts. I suspect the reverse is true from what I've read here. PB&J and Fluffernutters for me!

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
8th Sep 2014 (#)

I thought JayeByrd was a lady too - this highlight removed my blinkers anyway not to jump to conclusions. However, this post is not classified under politics and so gets sandwiched somewhere else but that is life - do not know what is in store the next moment and that makes it exciting. Good one, Joyce - siva

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author avatar Joyce Singha
12th Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you Sivaji, Anita and Carolina.

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author avatar A.M>CrewsAnita Crews
8th Sep 2014 (#)

What imagination! Fun read!
Jaye Byrd might surprise all of you. Remember, I know this person. Good job, Joyce!

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
12th Sep 2014 (#)

yes a good one indeed...thank you...

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author avatar reg430
1st Oct 2014 (#)

You have a great sense of humor and a talent for taking something none of us think about and turning it into a piece everyone enjoys.

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author avatar Joyce Singha
3rd Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you reg430. It's kind of you to say so.

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author avatar Retired
17th Oct 2014 (#)

Cute article.

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