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#94092 - 03/05/03 05:02 AM Re: Where's Toto?
"I suppose you could be called Grapefruit..."
"Or we could call her "Slippers"...Or Dorothy."
LOL! Well (it has to be said) I've been called worse!
Thanks for the welcome, Jackie and Whitman! :)
#94093 - 03/05/03 05:08 AM Re: Bump her stick her
I LOVE this one, consuelo! I saw it a couple of years ago, in a souvenier shop, and I wanted to buy it soooo bad....but they only had it in size Cute (teen size)
#94094 - 03/05/03 05:21 AM Re: Where's Toto?
Well...the ruby gemstone is a corundum. So Cora would be possible or, if you want to keep a hint of red, Coral.
But why bother!? "We ken fine who you are," Tom said knowingly .
#94095 - 03/05/03 07:26 AM Re: Where's Toto?
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
"Ken we?", she said, begging the question.
#94096 - 03/05/03 07:46 AM Re: Where's Toto?
"Aye, wee lassie, ye're richt, we ken verra leetle when a's sayed'n done," he said Pictishly.
I must stop this before I grow a pibroch on my sporran.
#94097 - 03/05/03 08:24 AM Re: Where's Toto?
Good Gracious! There is no end to the magic of the English language!
#94098 - 03/05/03 08:54 AM Re: Where's Toto?
no end to the magic of the English language
that was English?_________________________
formerly known as etaoin...
#94099 - 03/05/03 09:00 AM Re: Where's Toto?
LOL, etaoin....I was actually referring to dxb's Cora/Coral/corundum post, but I forgot to c&p. :)
#94100 - 03/07/03 09:24 AM Re: tee-shirts and bumper stickers
Loc: Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
This was a controversial T-shirt which appeared in our boardwalk T-shirt shops a few years back. many folks thought it was over the line of decency, but a lot of others thought it was just clever and cute. But next to some of the tees they have hanging on the front of those shops this seemed pretty tame to me. Anyway, after a couple of years of bantering back and forth in the local press the shop owners pulled it by choice. It's a take-off of the Trix cereal ad with the picture of the rabbit holding a carrot:
Dix are for Chix!
#94101 - 03/12/03 10:41 AM Re: tee-shirts and bumper stickers
Loc: Oregon, USA
Here's another tee shirt slogan:
"If we are what we eat, I'm fast, cheap and easy."
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