Have you ever been Dis’d by a wordsmith? Well hold on, because I’m about to Dis you. What I mean is, have you ever felt Disrespected? I know you Dislike it when a friend named Disaster strikes at the most Displeasing of times. Yet Despite it all you should Dispel your Displeasure with them. Discouraging right? Personally, I get tired of people’s Dishonesty. They tend to be Disloyal – Displaying some highly Destructive Dysfunctions. They are, at times, Distant, Disengaged…Disingenuous. Dishonoring themselves with their apparent Displays of Dysfunction.

Then you, (in total Disbelief no doubt), Dispel the Disgrace they have Dispensed on themselves and Discard their Distinct Disorders. And when you Disagree with them; Disgruntled, they Dissect your Disclosure and Discharge your claims. In total Discord to the Discrepancy you have Discovered in their Distorted Disillusions. You can only Disfigure your face, sigh a sigh of Disappointment and Dismiss them in Disbelief. Why do people hurt us so? What is the ultimate resolve?

Discern these Discomforts and Dispel them. Although these Discretion’s are Disheartening, you must Discard those Disgusting Distractions and Discern their Disconnects. Then you’ll Discover that Disappointments can be Discharged and that Disarray is a Disability that can be Disposed of. Do you Disagree? Your Dissatisfaction with these sorts of Disruptions can leave you Discombobulated. Why Disrupt your own peace? Discard those Disputes and Discern when to Dissociate yourself from the Disciples of Discord. Only Despair will follow a Distracted mind.

I just Dis’d you 76 times. Now what are you going to do about it? Disavow me…Disassociate yourself from me? Ohp, there went 77 & 78. That’s right, you learn quickly my Disciple; embrace your Disdain and digress.

 

Disclaimer
This writing was created for your enlightenment. I am not responsible for any defects in your development. Your mind is now under construction. Think on these things for they are true; if you dare to ponder you will be transformed. Your edification has been at the hands of a master craftsman; a wordsmith. You have now been built up – do not allow yourself to be torn down. The best is yet to come.
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