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  • Saints:

    * Clotilde

    * Louise de Marillac

    * Matilda

    * Monica

    January 29, 2011

  • It seems wise therefore to have disappointing children as there is plural intercessionary vang at hand, apparently more so than for any other kind.

    Unless your children are diseased cattle.

    January 29, 2011

  • I'm guessing it's a question of demand. Who among us has not been a disappointment to our illustrious ancestors, at one point or another?

    January 29, 2011

  • My Monica's a disappointing child.

    I try, of course. She's just so wild.

    She set Louise on fire. And Matilda -

    somehow she got hold of a croquet mallet and killed her.

    And she fed

    Clotilde lead...

    If only there were a saint

    for disappointing children. But there ain't.

    January 29, 2011

  • Monica would get on well with Willie:

    Little Willie, feeling mean

    Pushed his sister through a screen

    Mother stopped his innovations

    Said it made for strained relations.

    Little Willie, mean as hell

    Threw his sister in the well

    Mama said, when drawing water,

    "Gee, it's hard to raise a daughter."

    January 29, 2011

  • It’s a noble and thankless profession. bilby: Do you mean a plural boom intercessionary vang or a plural gaff intercessionary vang?

    January 29, 2011