Posted by French Trader on August 23, 2000 at 15:48:30:
In Reply to: Re: hoo haa equipment. wallet lifting, peach brandy musket-loading, wench-winch, no-waiting! Frenchie Traders posted by Red-Haired Lass on August 23, 2000 at 12:32:45:
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: : : : Ma`am Strumpet,
: : : : I thank you very much for your concern with my medical problem but I can assure you that a line so "long" is not needed to apply lotion on an area so "small". Also, due to the requirements of my HMO (Huron Medical Orginization) health coverage policy, I much stick with my primary care provider and that happens to be Doc Mary.(come to think of it, she`s the only provider on the list from which to choose) To violate the reguirements could cause me to loose all medical coverage.(now let`s think about this. Is it a bad thing?)In the mean time, I will do my best to hold my clout in place and not scratch in public in an offensive manner before reaching the good doctor`s office.
: : : : French Trader
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: : : Dear Monsieur, I will try not to take your rebuff personally, however, Eclair, with her Gallic sensitivity has taken your absence rather to heart. I must go now, and pull her head out of barrel of poteen.
: : : Another time then.......
: : : YS
: : I am not zzzzad, coussssine, nonnnn, non. I was hoping zzz*hicup*eeee French Trader would not zee me. I weel want no *burp* more lessons in ze English, Lucie. Zee, I am much *buuurrrrp* better, oui? Did you know, ma chere, there eesss no moostache on ze French Tra-uh-*burp*der?
: : Eclair
: Well, now, French Trader, just in case you’re feelin’ like maybe an ORGANIC cure fer that nasty breechclout itch, feel welcome to stop on by me cottage and perhaps try some of Aunt Aggie’s Smooth Laddie Aloe-N-Lavender Clout-N-Kilt Creme. Guaranteed to keep all those sweet an’necessary areas smooth whether you’re chargin’ across the moors or blazin’ a trail through the frontier. I’ll be glad to provide assistance if ye need it.
: waitin’ and hopin’ -- Red Haired Lass
Just more proof that the Celts and the French have always gotten along real well. I may have to ask Doc M to invite you into the circle of health care.
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