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2022-04-27 2:15:05 PM  
*Phew*!  Don't scare me, Subby - I thought Death and Binky had come for the Librarian!
 
2022-04-27 2:33:42 PM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: *Phew*!  Don't scare me, Subby - I thought Death and Binky had come for the Librarian!


yeah, that's an article about chimps, not orangutans

/having involuntary chuckles thinking about times people called him a monkey, including a gracious open hands gesture and "oook" with an innocent in one of the books
 
2022-04-27 3:29:54 PM  
I think there's a Mr Show clip somewhere which would be appropriate.
 
2022-04-27 10:09:14 PM  

west.la.lawyer: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: *Phew*!  Don't scare me, Subby - I thought Death and Binky had come for the Librarian!

yeah, that's an article about chimps, not orangutans

/having involuntary chuckles thinking about times people called him a monkey, including a gracious open hands gesture and "oook" with an innocent in one of the books


That was Bestiality* Carter who got spared, but the guy who told him to say the M word got thrashed later.

*The Carters named their daughters after virtues and sons after sins. And, they all inversely embody their names. Chastity became a lady of negotiable affection while Bestiality was very kind to animals.
 
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