Word o' the Day

From: testa@starbase.neosoft.com (Andrew J. Testa)

Yeti-spawn, I greet you.

Whilst searching the Dictionary (Websters 9th new collegiate) for a few
choice words to roast and eat with my spider salad, I came across a
wonder-gem, that y'all should use at least ONCE in conversation today.


bil-tong n[Afrik, fr. BIL (buttock) + TONG (tongue)] chiefly So. Afr
(1815): jerked meat.

There ya have it. A message from the before-times, mayhaps? A pre-
industrial rimming from the African Meat Preservation Society?
SOMETHING is wrong with this picture, I can't say what, but it's
JUST on the TIP of my BILTONG.

Andy Testa
"Xenu wants yyy.. aw fuck it.


Subject: Re: Word o' the Day
From: nenslo@teleport.com (NENSLO)

The BUTTOCK-TONGUE of the SubGenius USED to be our best-kept secret.
Thanks for blowing the hard work of generations of suffering Yeti. Now
the whole world knows the "root" of our popularity, and why our recta are

Subject: Re: Word o' the Day
From: i.stang@metronet.com (Rev. Ivan Stang)

THEY NEVER WOULDA FIGURED IT OUT if YOU hadn't of had to come along and

Anyway, speak for yourself. I only had to do "Bob" once and Philo twice.
Everybody has to do me THREE times.

Rev. Ivan "Spankin' Clean" Stang

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Subject: Re: Word o' the Day
From: anarch@cse.ucsc.edu (Anarch)

It's funny, when I was younger I didn't think it was anything unusual. I
thought *everyone* had a buttongue...and when the SECRETIONS started,
well, I figured it was just puberty. But the first time I had the chance
to unroll that sucker and put it to USE (a moment I'd been WAITING for,
you can bet) the poor gal just about FREAKED! She wasn't complaining for
long, of course, but she never did seem quite at ease...needless to say,
I've been much more cautious since.

anarch@cse.ucsc.edu +-+-+-+-+ This is pure imagination. But, am I paranoia?
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