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Does this paragraph make sense?

The stoic senator scorned at the prig's aspirated abnegation such that any degree of amelioration would be dependent on his perennial philistinism. Now there existed the impetus for the prig to conspire against the Senator and so the rapidity with which he bleated such vapidity in the face of the Senator ensnared a countenance on which a rhadamanthine visage of visceral hatred unfolded: hate which when woven with the temperament of the Senator, would unleash a tumultuous folly that would last for the entirety of both their life's.
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Some of it makes sense. and some of it doesn't.

Overall, it's pretty ludicrous. You are trying to be funny, right? Emotion: big smile

I suggest you try to write it in a simpler fashion.

Clive
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To each his own.
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Hi! This paragraph is evident of me being forcibly verbose to the point where meaning is obscured. My aim was to construct sentences using as many obscure and redundent words as possible.

Are you able to identify which parts do not make sense?

Thank you! Emotion: smile
Anonymous This paragraph is evident of me being forcibly verbose to the point where meaning is obscured. My aim was to construct sentences using as many obscure and redundent words as possible.
Why would you want to do that? It seems counterproductive.
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Babysitting my nephew is my favorite activity since he started to roll over. I always have to watch him when everyone goes to work or whenever they get busy.