Clashing slang

ronbutters at AOL.COM ronbutters at AOL.COM
Wed May 19 09:48:36 UTC 2010

I have now received three messages from Wilson, to with no text at all and this one that seems to be some kind of mistake. Is there something wrong with the machinery somewhere, or is ADS-L now a channel for saying nothing at all?
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-----Original Message-----
From: Wilson Gray <hwgray at GMAIL.COM>
Date:         Wed, 19 May 2010 00:39:08
Subject:      Re: [ADS-L] Clashing slang

You know was ze shmahtest think to come aus of dine mout' ist?
Mine doodle!
I'm Einstein, bitch!

Sketch from "Robot Chicken," on [adult swim].

Thanks to Victor, I now fully understand this.


On Mon, May 17, 2010 at 8:36 PM, victor steinbok <aardvark66 at> wrote:
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> Poster:       victor steinbok <aardvark66 at GMAIL.COM>
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> Not quite "diddle", but I always wanted to use this line for some
> academic purpose:
>> The Clerk looked at the card suspiciously: "You don't look like a bone feed mast-fed Razor Back to me ... What you think about the Jeeeeews ... ?"
>> "Well, Mr. Anker, you know yourself all a Jew wants to do is doodle a Christian girl . . . One of these days we'll cut the rest of it off."
>> "Well, you talk right sensible for a city feller ... Find out what he wants and take care of him ... He's a good ol' boy."
> Not one of the Naked Lunch lines that makes it into quotation
> dictionaries, although one of the Routledge slang dict., Sex Slang and
> the "New Partridge"--with with Tom Dalzell as the common factor. In
> all, it shows up under "doodle". Of "doodle", "dawdle" and "diddle",
> I've always thought of "doodle" as most benign...
> VS-)
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