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    #11

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    I'd prefer a fur-coat-fly rather than a flea-coat-dog.


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    #12

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I prefer fighting hand to hand.
    Clapp, clapp - you are a cheer leader!


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    #13

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    I'd prefer a fur-coat-fly rather than a flea-coat-dog.
    Not in NYC - you may rather join the League Against Cruelties Against Animals.

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    #14

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Yeah, go easy on the fur in the UK too.


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    #15

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Quote Originally Posted by twostep
    Clapp, clapp - you are a cheer leader!
    Simply sheer ladder.


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    #16

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Yeah, go easy on the fur in the UK too.
    Rufflled feathers - apply hair gel.


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    #17

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    Simply sheer ladder.
    Beware of the corporate on - some rungs may be ringers.


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    #18

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    No worries. Cheer leader can fly even if she's dressed up in fur coat.


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    #19

    Re: Teaching sarcasm to advanced student

    Quote Originally Posted by blacknomi
    No worries. Cheer leader can fly even if she's dressed up in fur coat.
    Go ahead my friend - spread your wings and fly. Make sure neither FAA nor TSA will clip them.

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