"Do ogres say," Si sung on, redder, "no gnus is, Yasser, good gnus?
Norah Sad sung, e.g., a song of animals ("Oh, woe, dark rodeo!") who "slam in a fog": "No Sage Gnus Dash, Aron."
Dias spins gnus? I, dear Camylla, cite Nik: `Oh, Cy spun gnu psychokinetically, MacRae'," Di sung.
The laconic instructions at a sanatorium for gnus and the gnats who gnaw them:
Inexplicably, gnus appear to abhor certain currencies:
Owls may dubiously claim to get "too hot to hoot," but gnus are surely nature's past masters of the lame excuse:
Gnus might well have an especial affinity for German palindromes, inasmuch as many German nouns end in the gnu-philic suffix "-ung" (e.g., Heilung, Zeitung, etc.) In addition, many a German word beginning with "ung-" may introduce a gnu to the brew: (ungeraten = spoiled, undutiful; ungekunstelt = unaffected):
Notwithstanding their general village-idiot innocence, gnus sometimes crop up in evil Sotadic reversals, whose undisplayed reverse halves are always derogatory.
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