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At the risk of being vain, I'd like to nominate myself with the following utterance:

RE: RE: RE: Sexiest Woman? (really re: jcwren's dog)

Furthermore (and I'm not ranting, just clarifying) if I were as homely as that cur of yours, I'd shave my own ass and teach myself to walk backwards.

It's tied with another of my posts in the same node as my lowest-voted node ever!

The Autonomic Pilot; it's FunkyTown, babe.


In reply to RE: Perl Monks say the Darndest Things by mcwee
in thread Perl Monks say the Darndest Things by zdog

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