Chairman Mao preferred the leisure of springtime–replete with salmon feasts, sunbathing, and birdwatching–to the titubant of winter during which the lack of these merriments made him dwell on life’s darker elements ranging from world hunger to loneliness to the imbalance of nature and man.
-Gladys Potter

As the Chairman enjoyed his leisurely stroll around Greenpoint, a sudden movement in his peripheral sent a spark of annoyance down his supple coat and the spring in his step turned into a titubant crawl–his brother, Stinks, was approaching merrily behind him, humming Chairman’s least favorite song–Land Down Under by Men at Work.

–Cindy Capletongue
When I have too much leisure time, my mind (titubant at the thought of doing nothing) freaks out and simply comes up with more things to do, a problem Chairman and Stinks, the laziest and luckiest men on earth, will never have. Hail, Chairman and Stinks.

~Lady Schwartz

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One Response to Titubant/leisure

  1. wrightless smalls says:

    In my leisure time I like to imbibe in excessive amounts of anything fermented, leading to titubant stature that can only be referred to as bobble.

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