Want to Frop?

From: "Rev. Ivan Stang" <stang@subgenius.com>
Newsgroups: alt.slack,alt.binaries.slack
Reply-To: stang@subgeniusNOSPUM.com
Date: Mon, Dec 22, 2003 11:51 AM
Message-ID: <221220031151547715%stang@subgenius.com>

FWDed from Mitchell Porter:





Subject: Re: Want to Frop?
From: "Hilbert Hooper Aspaspia" <britton@subgenius.com>

Want to frop?

Fropper coins the verb "to frop" which means, to hop with friends, existing
& new. Just like a snowball that grows larger, when rolled, you can frop
with friends and grow. Grow socially and emotionally as a person who
believes in forming meaningful relationships.


Subject: Re: Want to Frop?
From: "nu-monet v6.0" <nothing@succeeds.com>

In 19th Century England, "To frop" someone was to
grievously interfere with them, as in the case of
Mr.'s Burke and Hare:

"Early in the week we had intended to frop the old
man, but were chanced upon by one of his house
servants, who we were then also obliged to frop and
have her share company in the storage barrel with the
aforementioned old gent, for which the medical college
reimbursed us an extra two crowns. Though it was to
our good fortune to have been able to frop three more
of the houses residents before weeks' end."

Rev. nu-monet
Founder and High Priest
Church of Kali, U.S.A. (Reformed)


Subject: Re: Want to Frop?
From: nenslo <nenslo@yahooX.com>

> http://www.fropper.com/help/aboutus.php

While DesiCupid was and is still a good name, Fropper is easier to
remember as it is just one syllable.

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