Once upon a time there was a fin-a-kin. People joined. It wealthified. It shotted high into the sky-a-thon.
But, as things went along, the onlookers, the friends and the families of the devotathons developed concernifications, and eventually, as people are wank to do, they got together to mussify about it.
“What is this bunk-a-bank,” the concernicated asked each other.
“It’s a cult-a-bolt,” wanked one concernicant.
“No, it’s a clan-a-fan?” wuzzled another.
“I’ve seen this before,” another wombatted, “It’s a sect-a-fek.”
“Stuff-enough-unlike-us,” glocked another.
“What do we do?” someone funked.
A loud voice yezzled from the back, “Let’s get all the clique-a-miks to join it!”
“How will that help?” someone wonkered.
A fuzzle in the back yonked, “They’ll ruin it!”
“Holy shebang!’ snoozled the whole grock, “Click-a-clique!”