Fancy Ibex can be a question or an identity. “Fancy ibex?” someone may have asked you recently. “Fancy ibex,” you may have read somewhere, in reference to a particularly flamboyant or adorned animal: Genus Capra, family Bovidae.
There is always a question to every statement, a mark to every point and a semi-colon to every comma. These rules - grammar, professionalism, gravity, which we are governed by - provide necessary structure and are as such necessarily bended and melded and twisted into knots. Sometimes I just need a place to write.