Getting Down to Really Awful Brass Taxies


Taxi-onomy:

The minibus taxis that everyone sees

Get listed in various categories.

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Taxius asyetticus undentedicum

Taxi-dermy:

You transport your children to school, sport and play,

And end up quite stuffed at the end of the day.

I drive, therefore I am.

Taxi-speying:

The taxi-collector creates such a ruction

You lose all ability for reproduction.

Taxiing:

While an aircraft that taxies will stay on the ground,

Minibuses that taxi all fly, it is found.

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Dangerous driving

Panic at-taxi:

To travel in one, or to be somewhere close,

Of panic will offer a generous dose.

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Will stop unexpectedly anywhere,  except at stop streets or traffic lights

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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5 Responses to Getting Down to Really Awful Brass Taxies

  1. Zirkie says:

    With 3 children \i always use to joke and say \I hold two jobs of which one was taxi driver at night and over weekends! I hope you are well?

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  2. Guy says:

    You have covered the subject of taxis thoroughly and succinctly.

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  3. Sympathy to taxi-drivers (otherwise known as parents and grandparents) everywhere. I have several of those t-shirts, but now no longer drive.

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  4. I have developed a whole new appreciation for taxis since moving to Ecuador!

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