Thursday, December 12, 2013

Christmas List


Source: The Star (Crawfordsville, Indiana) December 10, 1904.
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What's on your list, Bitches?

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    1. A hundred thousand dollars, a pound of smack, a 1962 convertible Thunderbird and an Uzi...

      You know what I mean, Thelma?

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    2. Driiive Louise! Driiive!

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    1. LX: I have concerns that the Ikea Monkey wants one too.

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    2. It looked like a dildo... at first glance.

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  3. jr bonnell didn't simply want
    an organ, but an "organ."

    it's good to want.

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    1. Something tells me Will is wanting a "clam" bake instead of a clam bake.

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    2. NORMA: Will you be favouring us with an organ solo?

      HAYWARD: Or a clamato rimmer.

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    3. And speaking of clams, is that Norma's organ I smell again?

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    4. you know what happens when you
      back me into a corner, don't you?

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    5. *sprays Febreze liberally*

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    1. MITZI: Would you settle for a boxed set of Man About The House?

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    2. Time hasn't been kind to Richard O'sullivan. Can I have the cash instead?

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  5. We actually know people who went to college in Crawfordsville at Wabash.

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    1. COOKIE: I know precious little about Wabash except that Crystal Gayle (whom I was listening to just this morning during a sudden and inexplicable seventies country fever) grew up there.

      And of course the fictional Wabash Cannonball train, which, for all I know, might not even have anything to do with this town.

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    2. Oh, dearie me. Wabash College isn't in Wabash, is it?

      I need to read the fine print more carefully.

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  6. I wouldn't mind "Old Jim", myself! But Tom, Dick and Harry will do.

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    1. GROUCHY: As the gay rooster said, “any cock’l do!”

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    1. Funny, I always get Ben's in a Hurry.

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    2. AYEM8Y & MISTRESS MADDIE: Would it help if I threw in a Spartacus or two?

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  8. new socks, an orange, World Peace and a fabulous vintage Balenciaga gown to wear on New Year's Eve

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    1. Or like our former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien said: World Piss!

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    2. TOPHER: Oranges? If you want to fill out that gown, you’ll want grapefruit.

      HUGGY JON: Here he is, promoting world piss.

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  9. I see Wm. M. and I both want the same thing..
    a "White---Man-wanting insurance"

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    1. JASON: Come to Canada. We’ve got you covered.

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  10. I fear it's a measure of my encroaching old age that I honestly think I'd rather have a Quiet Sunday than an "organ"....

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    1. MUSCATO: I’ll cancel that non-exploding furnace I was going to give you, then.

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  11. Schnaps, cigarillos und meine Ruhe.

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    1. MAGO: Well, what’s the delay?

      Schnap to it!

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  12. Can one ever receive to many organs! I have quite the collection amassed. And I don't do to well at those clam bakes, but so enjoy men for dinner!

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    1. MISTRESS MADDIE: It’s an all-you-can-eat buffet!

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