Mr Bastin Hermitage (for the defence): Now, Dr Spunton, is there, to your knowledge, any disease which would account for Mrs Tasker's strange habits? Dr Spunton: There is. It is called rufo-nanitis. The spymptoms— Mr Hermitage: Symptoms. Dr Spunton: Yes, spymptoms, but I always put a 'p' before a 'y'. Cocklecarrot: With what object, might we ask? Dr Spunton: I can't help it, m'lud. Cocklecarrot: Do you say pyesterday? Dr Spunton: Pyes, unfortunatelpy. It's hereditarpy. Mpy familpy all do it. Cocklecarrot: But why 'p'? Dr Spunton: No, py, m'lud.
—from Mr Justice Cocklecarrot's continuing case of the twelve red-bearded dwarfs, as recorded by Beachcomber
Reesetee: I am highly offended by your claim of copyright for the entire Roman alphabet. The record clearly shows my claim to the letter P, lodged well before your meretricious claims ever surfaced. I take umbrage at this pernicious action, and I remind all who read this that in order to use MY LETTER, they must provide me with either silly poetry or cold hard cash.
Hmmmm, his Blogger profile indicates he is a 48 y.o. male cross-dresser who was born a Rat. He lives in New Jersey and his favourite food is macaroni with fried maggots. He was convicted at age 15 of Indecent Exposure in a Public Place and spent a year in youth detention trying unsuccessfully to learn how to write his own name. He then went on to a stellar career in windscreen washing, becoming the Alpha-bully at long wait intersections across the land. In recent years his mission to humanity has focussed on World Boganism and a plan to turn the last remaining intellectuals into dry-humping, bilge-swilling acolytes wearing t-shirts emblazoned with stuff he ripped off from chat rooms. His hobbies including licking the ear wax of Shetland ponies and exchanging belly-button fluff with other devotees.
@ Loose Cannon: we are fans of RUFKM, and your post is indeed amusing. But no more using our comments section to advertise your blog. you're already on our blogroll, and if your comment's clever enough folks will click on over to your site anyway. We'll let it stand this time but in the future such comments will be deleted. Thanks!
Are we being threatened by a spammer to remove a word that 6 months ago he wanted here as a platform for links to his den of lamery?
I think the real issue is how much we how much our attorneys should sue him for spamming. Plus the back-rent on his ad here, plus interest on that of course, plus a minor suit for damages for him doing my head in and, geez, it's starting to look pretty costly.