Right side: There's been some talk about something called an A to Z challenge. I think we should do it.
Left side: What does it entail?
RS: Throughout the month of April, bloggers post every day except Sundays about a topic starting with that day's letter.
LS: You mean we would be obligated to post something every single day?
RS: Nope. We get Sundays off.
LS: Um, no. We already have innumerable daily challenges go awry. We are challenged to get the kids to school on time, and we've rarely done that for poor Turken. We have a daily challenge to put dinner on the table, and after 14 years, we still aren't very good at it. Actually, can you think of a single daily challenge we already have at which we are successful?
RS: Showering. I am clean on a daily basis.
LS: And what happens when you get to the tough letters? We teach the alphabet to preschoolers and play endless games of Scrabble with the boys. You know as well as I do there are few good words which start with J, X, or Q. What are you going to do then?
RS: I will bisect that overpass when I attain it.
LS: That made no sense.
RS: There is nothing in the rules that says I have to use the word correctly. I just have to use a word that starts with the letter of the day. The dictionary and thesaurus will be my new best friends. Don't worry, I'll be sure to keep the thesaurus away from the children.
LS: I vote no.
RS: I vote yes.
LS: You are an idiot.
RS: I am simply trying to get our creative juices flowing and entertain the masses.
LS: The masses?
RS: 67 followers and untold family and stalkers.
LS: You mentioned rules.
RS: Yes, I'm a touch afraid that I will miss one and be soup-nazied from the whole thing.
LS: We can get kicked out?
RS: I'm sure that won't happen, seeing as how I'm not a spammer or advertisement. Surely, if 1500 other people can do this, I can, too.
LS: 1500 people?
RS: Yup, we're #1517.
LS: I still vote no.
RS: Too bad. We're doing it. It starts Monday with the letter A. Get your thinkin' cap on.