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Defervescent
One day, the Absinthe-loving Monsieur Aubin finds a way to bring the quiet, shining genius out of his sorrow for his dead heritage. "He had a diabolical idea. Calling the brilliant one to him, he offered hisself a glass of absinthe, saying: 'Come on sweetheart, drink, that will give you strength and color in your cheeks.'"
G&C
Then he said,
"Bend over, I'll drive."
Nephrite
What color were her cheeks?
sixela
The riddler strikes again, I see.
dakini_painter
More like the piddler.
Rimbaud
Yes, like one who pees weakly.
Absomphe
QUOTE(Defervescent @ Jul 29 2008, 08:37 PM) *

'Come on sweetheart, drink, that will give you strength and color in your cheeks.'"


Nothing will give me the strength to continue to read your puerile randomized horrsecrap.

And don't call me sweetheart.
Tibro
Just flex those muscular cheeks and they'll run for cover.
Absomphe
I've been wondering about you.

Thanks for confirming my suspicions.

Running for cover, now.
Tibro
If I'd been talking about you I would've wrote "jowls," of course.
Absomphe
Of course, how silly of me.


Carrion!
G&C
I thought this was one of those write a line stories.
speedle
Hard to tell what the Boy Wonder's intentions were.
Nymphadora
QUOTE(Defervescent @ Jul 29 2008, 07:37 PM) *

he offered hisself


Sixer, you let this one go?!

Def: When waxing your Peter Pan diatribe, please use 'himself', in place of 'hisself'.
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