Wednesday, September 06, 2006

A Star is hatched?...

Blue Beak received a letter. He thought it came from Pfizer the pharm company; No it came from PFISER The Pornographic Film Industry Starlet Evaluation Recruitment. I haven't the heart to tell him. He's all excited so I guess we'll let it roll...
He said he will be travelling to a meeting tomorrow and possibly some screentest, so I've hired him a stretch limo.

Again he'll need all the cluck you can spare...


Blogger Doctor Mom said...

You can get the same car by selling Mary Kay Beauty Products, recruiting a team of consultants, and purchasing more than $50,000 of beauty supply products!

5:13 PM  
Blogger Sans Pantaloons said...

I have just purchased 250 Ready Steady Sell Packs for £29,500 - a £46,250 value. All I need do now is fashion a car out of them.
I can nail gloss it pink too!

Do you have any Medical Adhesive I can borrow?

10:32 PM  
Blogger Doctor Mom said...

Absolutely-- I have plenty!

Would you prefer waterproof or transparent (porous so skin can breathe)?

10:45 PM  
Blogger Sans Pantaloons said...

It has to be really sticky, as sticky as twig & berry sauce. Transparent would be good too.

Can you do me 375 gallons?

11:19 PM  
Blogger Doctor Mom said...

In America, "Do me" is not a phrase we would use for borrowing something... just thought I would let you know :)

I can forward, lend, give, loan, offer as much as you need...

But, I cannot "do you" the spouse just wouldn't understand.

7:57 AM  
Blogger Sans Pantaloons said...

Ahhh..., so that will be why no-one from ebay ever replies to my mails. Thank you Doctor Mom, for this very important piece of cross-cultural advice.
I have to admit I find it difficult at times deciding what variant spelling to use and I try hard not to include words that have different Continental meanings both real & implied.

On the other hand, accidental innuendo can prove more amusing than intended.

So to that end, If I want a shag how do I go about it?

10:44 AM  
Blogger Doctor Mom said...

Thanks to Austin Powers, the term shag is very well known to it's connotation of promiscuous sexual behavior "Do you want to shag now or shag later?" (example, not an offer)

Now, the term rubber, on the otherhand, implies to you, perhaps golashes (boots) or an eraser on the end of a pencil. While we have gone and blatently emiliorated the term by associating rubber with condom.

We've also done that to raincoats, but that's another story we can discuss when we get to slickers.

Rumours (rumors), Favours (favor), behaviour (behavior) and such, we can go off on that topic, but it is certainly not as delighting as the cross-cultural translation of slang terminology.

Ok... that's as much brain food as I can expend for the day.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Sans Pantaloons said...

Hey Doctor Mom!,
I just found a real one. Check out #21 on the Tag 40.

It just clicked that Petrol is the object.
Hah!, I am sooo thick.

6:27 PM  

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