toast on toast love

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  • I should use it as my flickr page name - I was very surprised when I found out that "Prolagus" is not available.

    July 5, 2008

  • This page is the only Google result for Prolagus tetraoticus. Just thought you'd want to know.

    July 5, 2008

  • In fact, if we did serve birds and worms we'd certainly feed augerinos to the gillygaloos. Thank you sionnach!

    July 5, 2008

  • Of course gangerh, my full name is (not) Prolagus tetraoticus.

    July 5, 2008

  • 'twas deliberate, Prol. The concept amused me. And I felt it fitted with the nature of the list's banter, which, until recently, was not already in existence.

    PS. Do you have other ears that are not fluffy, then, that you could scratch?

    July 5, 2008

  • ...which is already not listed?

    ... gangerh, now I'm confused. *scratching his fluffy ears*

    July 5, 2008

  • Here's worm in your eye!

    July 4, 2008

  • Mmmmmm .... yes, bilby. But if we did serve birds and worms we'd probably serve the worms to the birds. Mine's a double. :-)

    July 4, 2008

  • We don't serve birds or worms at the Verbal Arms, gangerh.

    July 4, 2008

  • It surely depends on your point of view. A bird's toast on toast is a worm's toast under toast, is it not? And, paradoxically, either way toast comes out on top. Toast is also irreversible matter, so take care with your carbon toastprint.

    July 4, 2008

  • It can't be the same, gangerh. In the first case, the toast is under another toast, in the latter, it is on it. You should read more carefully.

    July 4, 2008

  • My toast on toast recipe has been a family secret for generations. It couldn't possibly resemble any other breaded culinary concoction anywhere in the world.

    July 4, 2008

  • Is that not the same as 'toast under toast', bilby, which is already not listed?

    July 4, 2008