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Well said, ++

Perl as a woman: inteligent, sensitive to your needs, heavy working but light and beautiful at the same time. Very helpful and responsible, never tells you not do do something or do it other way... Sometimes she won't talk with you, so then you will by crying as a baby. You don't have to tell her what to do - she just feels taht and does it without one word. Anyway She's perfect!

Perl as a man:: very strong and powerful, sometimes lazy. Won't mind if you buy him a beer (and almost always he asks for more). Will never live you without any help, but if you make him angry, he (you?!) will smash your face at the keyboard.

Perl as an animal: strong as a camel (becouse of carying heavy loads and great variety of things), funny as a little moneky, smart as a dolphin, can change his external look as a cameleon, fast as a hunting tiger, etc...

... and much more :-)

Greetz, Tom.

In reply to Re: Who is Perl? (Anthropomorphizing Everything) by tmiklas
in thread Who is Perl? (Anthropomorphizing Everything) by webfiend

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