Posted by The Turkish Trader on August 07, 2000 at 18:52:32:
In Reply to: Message to The Turkish Trader posted by Dweebie Day-Lewis on August 07, 2000 at 17:44:28:
: Dear Turkish Trader,
: I understand ye trade in romantic and mystic books of all kinds, and that ye might could get yer hands on a special book I heered about when I was in Albany not too long ago. I'm not exactly sure about the title, since I think it's a book o' Indian poetry, but I understand it's sure-fire success for a man as has found his soul-mate. Please courier a copy of the "Karma Suits Ya" to the Red Haired Lass with my compliments, and I'll settle up with ye the next time ye're in town.
: Dweebie Day-Lewis
So what have you got in mind? Seduction of the body or the soul?
If you wish to tumble your Red Haired Lass in the Karma (karma! yeah, kama-sutra leads to some heavy karma, indeed!)fashion, I shall procure the said book and send it to you shortly; however, if it is a lasting relatiobship you want, may I suggest The Horseman, which, though a bit complex and wordy, is reallllly worthy? Oh yes, not only intellectually (!) but also... well, suffice it to be said that a lassie named Kathryn Falk (dame d'romance publishing industry) once coined the term ROMEROTICA ... get it, rom-erotica, ah-hem, romantic erotica, for the works of the author of The Horseman. Same goes, of course, for Ride The Eagle.... hmmmm. One reviewer once said: do not go to bed with this novel unless you have your sweetheart with you.
So, what shall it be, DD-L? A tumble in the hey, for which karma-sutra is on its way, or .... hmmmm ... wink wink wink.
Twirling my mustache to show my brotherly approval of going The Horseman's way, I remain
The Turkish Trader
PS: still missing my beloved, she who ditched me without a moment's look-back, Madame L'Huggie
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