"Little miss muffet sat on her toughette eating her kurds and weigh." The first line of this epic poem by the writer K Wultz caused uproar over its seemingly nonsensical grammatical structure, and was ridiculed in a children’s rhyme. However the lampooning rhyme in itself caused so much confusion that at some interval later, 3 new words had materialised to explain and make sense of the nonsense; Tuffet, Curds, and Whey. Wultz died alone and penniless in a Turkish prison.
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