Some light reading to cure a Sunday hangover:
HUGO: Inaugurators will be training liquidation officers, while liquidation officers will be training inaugurators.
DIRECTOR: And will it then be inaugurated by a liquidation officer trained by an inaugurator, or by an inaugurator trained by a liquidation officer?
HUGO: Another training will have to be organized. Inaugurationally trained liquidation officers training liquidationally trained inaugurators, and liquidationally trained inaugurators training inaugurationally trained liquidation officers.
DIRECTOR: And will it then be inaugurated by a liquidationally trained inaugurator trained by an inaugurationally trained liquidation officer, or by an inaugurationally trained liquidation officer trained by a liquidationally trained inaugurator?
HUGO: By the latter of course!
Excerpt taken from Vaclav Havel’s absurd play The Garden Party, critiquing modern bureaucracy and the power of language as a weapon of consent in 1960s Czechoslovakia.