Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/12/30

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Subject: [Leica] Bunnies, rats, squirrels, - Oh NO!
From: hlritter at (Howard Ritter)
Date: Tue Dec 30 17:59:32 2008
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What I took at first to be a paragraph full of execrable misspellings  
turns out, on a hunch followed by reference to a dictionary, to be the  
most obscurely literate extended pun I've yet encountered on the LUG!  
My hat's off to you, Douglas!


On Dec 30, 2008, at 6:12 PM, Douglas Sharp wrote:

> Edward - I think you might find that lepidoptera are moths and  
> butterflies :-)
> Or am I just rabbiting on and splitting hares, or perhaps I just  
> have a bad hare day.
> Like the girl who had a pet rabbit and kept telling her suitors she  
> couldn't go out on a date because she was washing her hare that  
> evening.
> BTW: A budding lepidopterist was once overheard in a bookshop  
> ordering the book "Advice for Young Mothers". ;-)   The book was out  
> of print, so he decided to burrow one about rabbits and hares - but,  
> when he got it home he had to leveret out of the box and, to his  
> horror, it was volume 3 and all about badgers. It turned out to be  
> one of a sett.
> Cheers
> Douglas

Replies: Reply from hlritter at (Howard Ritter) ([Leica] Bunnies, rats, squirrels, - Oh NO!)
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