Joined: Oct. 2009
|Quote (Amadan @ Oct. 22 2012,16:29)|
|Quote (J-Dog @ Oct. 22 2012,22:16)|
|Quote (Lou FCD @ Oct. 22 2012,14:45)|
|Quote (Robin @ Oct. 22 2012,13:50)|
|Quote (Amadan @ Oct. 22 2012,11:40)|
|On a related note, now that Silvia Kristel has moved to the Great Airplane Toilet in the Sky...|
No! Really? Dang I missed that!
Rumpled Sheets in Peace my dear!
Aw, crap. I hadn't seen that either. That just sucks.
That's what she said...
A linguistic question: how do people point out double entendres?
"That's what she said" seems to be a US coinage. The equivalent one in These Parts is often ". . . as the bishop said to the actress", which has more than a whiff of the music halls and Donald McGill postcards. A friend from Tipperary used to say ". . . she said as she fainted", which I suspect was his own invention, but is still a goodie.
Any local varieties, anyone?
Here, the bishop/actress combination is the one I grew up with.
On a related note, an often-heard exclamation around these parts when someone farts or burps loudly in company: "More tea, vicar?"
Joe: Most criticisims of ID stem from ignorance and jealousy.
Joe: As for the authors of the books in the Bible, well the OT was authored by Moses and the NT was authored by various people.
Byers: The eskimo would not need hairy hair growth as hair, I say, is for keeping people dry. Not warm.