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#54291 - 02/02/02 05:14 PM Re: whispering so Jackie won't hear us  
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Well, consuelo, I see that my Bingley has been his usual polite self, with you. I don't mind. But you should know--he has shared his candy with me.


#54292 - 02/02/02 05:21 PM Re: come over here & say that!  
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Some things in life, bel, you can *always count on!
Like the fact that you can do math while one hand is uh, otherwise occupied?Come and show me how you count, my pretty ...bel & I will help--we can count on our fingers.(Ooh, I am being SO bad! bel, this is all your fault!)


#54293 - 02/02/02 06:22 PM Re: come over here & say that!  
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Oh, oh. Jackie's getting pretty comfy here in the gutter with us! She sure is using a lot of white these days, too!>EG< I think we have corrupted her beyond saving now. Is there a word for that? tsuwm?


#54294 - 02/02/02 06:33 PM Re: recall the thread's original title?  
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I think we have corrupted her beyond saving now.

Once down, 'tis difficult to rise again?

#54295 - 02/02/02 07:09 PM Re: recall the thread's original title?  
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I think we have corrupted her beyond saving now. Is there a word for that?

Debaucherized? Have me made Jackie an official debauchee?


#54296 - 02/02/02 07:43 PM Re: corrupted beyond saving  
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this too shall pass
>is there a word for that?

well, since we're talking about Jackie, acolyte of the sainted Anu, I feel constrained to make the supreme effort:

she is irredeemable, irreclaimable, irretrievable, and thoroughly depraved [WO'N: debauched]; she has been, in two words, corrupted (and) vitiated. and the foremost of all these can be abbreviated irred, which even suggests that she hardly don't blush no more.

-joe (quality vs. substance) friday

#54297 - 02/02/02 07:52 PM Re: recall the thread's original title?  
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Once down, 'tis difficult to rise again?
Not for some, my dear! Why, I've known one who got up three times in an hour...Love, Irred (note no blushing!)


#54298 - 02/02/02 09:14 PM Re: recall the thread's original title?  
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vitiated

Oh well, there's no hope then. Jackie, it's been really nice knowing you. I hope you're bound for a better place ...

Now, if it was "mcvittiated" that would just take the biscuit, it really would ...



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#54299 - 02/02/02 10:02 PM Re: recall the thread's original title?  
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I hope you're bound
Bound? unbound! She is woman; hear her roar!!!!
(oyez! oyez!)


#54300 - 02/02/02 11:00 PM Re: recall the thread's original title?  
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As she has now reached the irreducible level, a poem [abbreviated] may illustrate the difficulty of her rising again:

A whale of great porosity / and small specific gravity,
Dived down with much velocity / beneath the sea's concavity.

But soon the weight of water / squeezed in his large immensity,
Which varied -- as it ought to -- / Inversely as his density.

It would have moved to pity / an Ogre or a Hessian,
To see poor Spermaceti / thus suffering compression.

At length old million-pounder, / low on a bed of coral,
Gave his last dying flounder, / whereto I pen this moral,

O, let this tale dramatic, / anent the whale Norwegian
And pressure hydrostatic, / warn you, my young collegian,

That down-compelling forces / increase as you get deeper;
The lower down your course is, / the upward path's the steeper.



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