REV Mercy -- don't miss out

Discussion in 'New York' started by generousguy, Jun 19, 2001.

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  1. Casper

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    I say we make warm applesauce and I'd he happy to lick it off your body ever so slowly. Hope you have a great vacation and meeting you was a truly enjoyable and excellent experience. I can't add more to the other reviews previously posted about Mercy so all I can say is, run ,don't walk to see her.
    See you again soon.

    Peace Out
    C


    [Edited by Casper on 07-04-2001 at 01:16 AM]
  2. mercydancer

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    I'm sorry but, somehow the image of being comforted with apples is just too painful. What the hell are you supposed to do with them?
  3. mercydancer

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    Apples ???????? Ouch !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. AnnaNicole

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    "...Comfort me with apples for I am sick with love" (My family was Southern Baptist) The bible is a pretty raunch book. Don't forget Onan!
  5. mercydancer

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    I know Solomon pretty well since I was raised in a family of born again idiots. I have never found anything more erotic and exciting than Solomon's words.

    Explicit yet so subdues that even the most fervent right winged ultra conservative can't find fault with it.

    Acutally I'm surprised they haven't placed a parental warning on the whole thing yet.
  6. jmp

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    Of course, Shakespeare was nothing compared to some of the stuff in Song of Songs. Depending on which translation you get, that ol' book has some pretty explicit imagery. Things like "Your juices flow like the Jordan River."

    Solomon was one horny MOT.
  7. mercydancer

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    Oh well then, I guess I wouldnt have liked to be Ophelia at all.LOL
  8. Humble Narrator

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    Ophelia? c'mon folks!

    MD, you would not want to be her, especially at that moment. Hamlet has been taunting and tormenting her to death (eventually) and she is pretty much shell-shocked at his volatile and cavalier attitude towards her. This provocative exchange is simply meant to grind her down even more.

    I think a better quote from the bard for this board is from Twelfth Night:

    If music be the food of love, play on;
    Give me excess of it, that, surfeiting,
    The appetite may sicken, and so die.
    That strain again! it had a dying fall:
    O, it came o'er my ear like the sweet sound,
    That breathes upon a bank of violets,
    Stealing and giving odour! Enough; no more:
    'Tis not so sweet now as it was before.
    O spirit of love! how quick and fresh art thou,
    That, notwithstanding thy capacity
    Receiveth as the sea, nought enters there,
    Of what validity and pitch soe'er,
    But falls into abatement and low price,
    Even in a minute: so full of shapes is fancy
    That it alone is high fantastical.

    Twelfth Night (1.1.1-16), Duke Orsino
  9. RoosterC74

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    Mercy-Mercy-Please

    Wow guys.
  10. mercydancer

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    I meant at that precise moment. The end of her is defintely not of my liking.
  11. Monk

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    Mercy

    I'm not sure you really would have liked to be Ophelia, considering what happens to her.
  12. Bill Furniture

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    Shakespeare...

    I know you all, and will awhile uphold
    The unyok'd humour of your idleness:
    Yet herein I will imitate the sun,
    Who doth permit the base contagious clouds
    To smother up his beauty from the world,
    That, when he please again to be himself,
    Being wanted, he may be more wonder'd at
    By breaking through the foul and ugly mists
    Of vapours that did seem to strangle him.
    If all the year were playing holidays,
    To sport would be as tedious as to work;
    But when they seldom come, they wish'd-for come,
    And nothing pleaseth but rare accidents.

    Prince Henry, King Henry IV.-First Part, Act I, Scene II
  13. mercydancer

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    I would have loved to have been Ophelia
  14. jmp

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    From Hamlet, Act III, Scene 2:

    HAMLET:
    Lady, shall I lie in your lap?

    (Lying down at OPHELIA's feet)

    OPHELIA:
    No, my lord.

    HAMLET:
    I mean, my head upon your lap?

    OPHELIA:
    Ay, my lord.

    HAMLET:
    Do you think I meant country matters?

    OPHELIA:
    I think nothing, my lord.

    HAMLET:
    That's a fair thought to lie between maids' legs.


    I guess Hamlet needed a provider who allowed DATY. :)
  15. AnnaNicole

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    Belly up to the bar boys!! If Hamlet had said those words with the correct intonation, I bet Ophelia wouldn't have killed herself!
  16. Slinky Bender

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    Slinky's Bar:

    Liquor in the front, poker in the rear......
  17. jmp

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    I'm a fan of liquor, myself.

    Then there's good ol' Hamlet, who spoke of laying in a lady's lap and speaking of "country matters." Most actors playing Hamlet don't deliver that line with the proper emphasis.
  18. AnnaNicole

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    is that like saying you like to play poke-her, I mean poker?
  19. TuckernotSucker

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    No Mercy

    You got it wrong, I am a hookey fan. Right. Well it sounds like Hockey.
  20. mercydancer

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    Re: The Hat Trick

    I don't kiss and tell(much) out of respect for a client's privacy.

    I think Tucker is a hockey fan also.