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April 22, 2005

THIS IS JUST WRONG

Terribly, terribly wrong.

(Thanks to Justin Barber)

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Wrong? Yes, but it's "so Aussie"

This is perfect letters of complaint to lawmakers. We'll see if they ignore my opinion then!

actually, kangaroo dung - like duct tape and bailing wire - is a very useful product with numerous benefits.

can't think of any right now, though.

Anytime I think of "Aussie" I automatically think of poo. Two great things that go great together.

Lisa... do all your base belong to us?

So when mailing your cat dung to emphasize your displeasure with the services of any company, you can now wrap it in kangaroo dung. That just makes such a more profound statement.

You are crap x 2.

The Thai's have been making elephant dung paper for a while now. Lisa, this would be great when you need to write to a lot of lawmakers.
Artists hope bison dung is brown gold. Key quote: "They're also busy creating a recipe for elk dung paper."

Here's another one -
"H’okay. Friend John has llamas. Why not llama dung paper? I emailed him and got permission to have all the dung I wanted."

* steps away from the search engine *

Here's another one -
"H’okay. Friend John has llamas. Why not llama dung paper? I emailed him and got permission to have all the dung I wanted."

* steps away from the search engine *

Photo of road apple* paper
* horse dung

Photo of road apple* paper
* horse dung

I didn't know paper could do that!

... but first, the roo doo !!!

So that Harvard professor had probably just run out of paper?

Death by Roo poo?

insomniac - you took my line!!!!!!

BTW insom, did you see my suggestion for "our book deal" on the Pope thread yesterday???

My first thought when I read this was whether or not it would work as toilet paper. Honestly, I want to know.

El. - still mulling it over, or I could send everyone on a mailing list a limerick a month until they send the so-called 'protection money'.

Certain documents just seem to lend themselves to being printed on this kind of medium:

- Publishers Clearance sweepstakes certificates
- Ginzu knife lifetime warranties
- Certain college diplomas ('B.A. in
Communications' comes immediately to mind)
- Robert Tilton annointed prayer cards

just to name a few

Balanchine,
That typo has been driving me crazy all day. I just didn't want to seem that obsessive.

I'll send you a formal letter of apology as soon as Creative Paper Tasmania ships my order :)

"It's just so funny, as well as it being, the eco-message, which we try to get across as well, there's a real giggle factor," she said.

Apparently, Aussie's prefer to speak entirely in dependent clauses. Mr. Language Person could get a Ph.D. studying these people. (I guess then he'd be Dr. Language Person.)

Make that "Aussies" instead of "Aussie's."

Who came up with the law that any post pointing out grammar or punctuation errors always contains at least one grammar or punctuation error? Sigh.

insom - that could work too -
we would just need to find a bunch of
scaredy-cats who would be intimidated by limericks! :)

insom, I was surprised it took so long for this thread to get to the "roo roo."

qetzal -

that would be a person named Murphy ...

This is the stuff journalism is made of, and now, finally, we are given the perfect medium on which to print it.

There is a certain poetic engineering efficiency to it that is just more than I can handle.

"In today's news, Congress voted to conserve energy by printing all new bills on American-made cow poo paper. Dubya enthusiastically signed the cow poo bill, saying 'I'm keeping my promise to support environmentalism.' Unfortunately, his ink pen unexpectedly clogged, causing the terrorism level to be raised to 'oh, crap.'"

The Aussies would do well to remember that this is what happens when a group of people get together and shout

"Down with sham poo we demand the REAL poo!"

The Aussies would do well to remember that this is what happens when a group of people get together and shout

"Down with sham poo we demand the REAL poo!"

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