YOUR NEUTRAL APOSTROPHES SICKEN ME

I enjoy the onomatopoeia of words beginning cris- or cres- followed by a voiceless stop, like Crisco (a well-chosen name for a tub of fat) or crest. They all sound so fresh and crisp, like scissors cutting construction paper.

Red truck is emblazoned Kriska in unicase Gill Sans (with an arrow forming the right side of the K)

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