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Co-winky-dink? I think not!


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matthew.odonnell's picture matthew.odonnell
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You know how when such Extreme cases of coincidences occur it makes you question the existence of coincidence?

Well, that's me tonight.

I recieved a copy of The Only Grammar Book You'll Ever Need (a Craig Clevenger recommendation) in the mail today. Upon reading it I came across a sentence used as an example. The sentence: "On a whim, Matthew decided to paint his nails blue."

- my name: Matthew.
- what did I do: paint my nails blue.
- in what fashion where the nails painted: a whim.

I did this approximately half hour prior to reading the sentence.

*Cue X-files theme music.

Is it some kind of sign. If so, of what?