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sionnach commented on the word snapsauce
In Rabelais' Gargantua and Pantagruel, Book II:
Trajan was a fisher of frogs.
Antoninus, a lackey.
Commodus, a jet-maker.
Pertinax, a peeler of walnuts.
Lucullus, a maker of rattles and hawks'-bells.
Justinian, a pedlar.
Hector, a snapsauce scullion.
Paris was a poor beggar.
Cambyses, a mule-driver.
snapsauce: a person who purloins food, steals the last bite when nobody is looking, or crassly licks his fingers while eating.
December 12, 2008
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