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  • I just hope you haven't set any booby traps in there.

    January 22, 2008

  • I figured it out. For two days now, I have been wondering why, whenever I click on this page, I had the old song "Haul and Tow," which I learned while working at a Renaissance Faire one summer in the Dark Ages, stuck in my head.

    It's because "bill and coo" fits nicely into that song. *humming* "Jolly lumilo..."

    Jeez, the things Wordie dredges up out of the dusty, newspaper-bundle-strewn wreckage that is my mind...

    January 21, 2008

  • whimper...

    January 21, 2008

  • Seems Wordie is preparing to swallow itself again. See conversations and klein bottle.

    January 21, 2008

  • Ah, the ninja madeupical etymologists strike again!

    January 21, 2008

  • Grasshopper, you said it. Stick to your guns. Don't let reesetee confuse you.

    January 21, 2008

  • But... but... Master reesetee... someone said I did... *is confused*

    January 21, 2008

  • No you didn't.

    January 21, 2008

  • I resent that. I didn't originate in reesetee's head. I just sproinged from it.

    January 21, 2008

  • Me too. :)

    January 20, 2008

  • Watching this thread unfold in bemused amazement. Or possibly amazed bemusement.

    January 20, 2008

  • Is chained_bear paying you guys or what?

    January 20, 2008

  • Watch out, the last time reesetee got something out of his head it was grasshopper.

    January 20, 2008

  • Zoiks! Sorry, skipvia. I was reading two comments at once. Fixed now. Besides, you guys look so much alike on Wordie. ;->

    January 20, 2008

  • It appears that Google Ads thinks "bill and coo" is Chinese slang:

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    It's always important to learn a culture's vulgarities first, don't you think?

    January 20, 2008

  • While you're at it, reesetee, you should probably try and get mollusque out of your head as well, since he wasn't the one who suggested it. :-)

    (Reesetee hears voices in his head and does what they say. Be gentle with him.)

    January 20, 2008

  • Now that you mention it, mollusque, I have been considering a list of birdie phrases. Dang it, now I have to make one. Get out of my head! ;-)

    Correction: Skipvia. Skipvia, Skipvia, Skipvia, Skipvia, Skipvia.

    January 20, 2008

  • This probably also belongs on one of reesetee's many bird lists if it's not there already in some form or other.

    January 20, 2008

  • bill and coo is an old fashioned term that describes the act of two lovers talking quietly and kissing.

    January 20, 2008