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  1. #71

    Re: Trickory, Not the Earl of Lowery

    Yea this tale to an end has come. Nuts no longer beat the drum. Tis time for all to take new stock and end this siege of writers block.

  2. #72

    Zealots all

    Zealously we strode the halls, rode the steeds, and climbed the walls. Orville's nuts are still in place so all should smile and turn to writing work awhile.

  3. #73
    Picture Book


    And so, dear gentlefolk the play draws to an end and we must time on other more pressing pressures spend. And I make claim to be the last to pun, partake and post
    as I was THIS game's most reverer'd host.

  4. #74
    Donald Lowery

    Re: FINIS

    But of course, you the last may be
    But when will the pun reveal for us to see?
    Slathered words and evil eye
    No Kaz of Kluz, that is pie in the sky
    And to prove it, thee I smote--from the master I quote
    Shakespeare's Don John said:
    "I cannot hide what I am:
    I must be sad when I have cause and smile at no man's jests, eat when I have stomach and wait for no man's leisure, sleep when I am drowsy and tend on no man's business, laugh when I am merry and claw no man in his humour."

    from "Much Ado About Nothing"

  5. #75
    Lisa Werth

    Re: FINIS

    (Should we cite that Shakespeare better before it opens another can of worms.)

  6. #76
    Picture Book

    Donald Lowery / Hidden Member

    Tis not the pun you wish revealed,
    But members' likenesses thus far concealed.
    And not the members hidden behind
    Embellished cod-piece, but a different kind.

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