He said it with his body, “She polished my rifle with his nose grease,” he said through his body as a kind of wind instrument. He sat up in a tree, he looked out the window, he stood crumbling over a coin lying on the ground, it doesn’t matter. The important thing is that he was somewhere, always somewhere, even when he was wearing a fancy costumes, “I just love those layers of feedback, man! It’s so great to be with you guys!” Just more body in more places.
Interpretation 1: “He said it with his body”. We hear this sentence seldom if ever. In fact it is not even related with language as such, meaning we don’t hear it “in everyday language”, but it means something. What does it mean?
|What does acorn mean?|
(Writer: Thomas Krogsbøl; Translator: Morten Hjerl-Hansen)
(Artiklerne på The Other Newspaper er fiktive. Formålet med The Other Newspaper er at give offentligheden en ny, urovækkende og humoristisk spejling af den måde vi konsumerer nyheder på traditionelle medier og opslag på de sociale som får modtageren til at sætte spørgmålstegn ved om verden har brug for forandring og om man kan leve på nettet.)