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Many ages ago two titans, Sessilenomad and Quarl, decided to get matching hysterectomies. Sadly, after further investigation on the subject they realized this was not possible due to the fact that they both are missing their X chromosomes. (What a tragic turn of events right?!) So they decided to sit down and write a musical melody together instead. What came next only Oprah herself could explain
You see, when two predominantly euphoric beings such as Sessilenomad and Quarl decide to pool their powers together to write music the world comes into alignment and the stars shine just a bit brighter, and all the gay Buzz Lightyear clones on Mars fuck just a little bit harder. Because when these two are writing together the world is in perfect harmony. Colors are more vivid, sounds are intensified, and women's uteri open up in glorious song beckoning the joy of penetration from nearby seagulls. And if there is one thing we all know, it is that women love it when seagulls penetrate their uteri.
It is with this consternation that I write this little monologue for you to read, because the truth is this was actually written by Waldo from the famous "Where's Waldo" children's books. And all the instruments and percussion instruments are actually manipulated samples of rabbits doing that nasty in the shasty.
So with all that being said, I present to you "Clematis, A Theme On Seagull Penetrated Uteri" by Sessilenomad and Quarl. Your life will be better for listening to this wonderful piece of abstract art in aural form. Either that or you'll die a painful and invigorating death from the sheer blasphemy of sound.
WOOT! TOP 5!!