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Pulled from another thread, but this could be fun.

There's some history here that you wouldn't know about. Besides, we're all adults here... we're supposed to act like children.

On a happier note, someone should start a thread to keep track of all of the names that mjp is called when someone is pissed at him.

Let me be the first to react. I've got two I like. From me. And God save the queen.

Now don't be bashful; and the rules are you can post what other people have called him. Some digging needs to be done here. Chickens need not apply. And mjp, you're invited, too. And it can be in fun, not just pissed off...

Great idea, chronic. Dad-gummit - wish I had thought of it first...

Who's next?

homeless mind: "emmy"

homeless mind: "the Bruce Springsteen of BUKnet"
Ponder: "Boss"

MULLINAX: "you conformist white boy!"

mjp: maybe I'm just an asshole
And Springsteen...no, I decide not to insult his fans.

"You can hide 'neath your covers and study your pain
Make crosses from your lovers, throw roses in the rain
Waste your summer praying in vain
For a saviour to rise from these streets
Well now I'm no hero, that's understood
All the redemption I can offer, girl, is beneath this dirty hood
With a chance to make it good somehow
Hey what else can we do now?"

I'm sure you won't insult him, nor his fans...

And take note: I shot the sheriff, but I did not kill no deputy...

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I call him the dude who wrote the best poem in the GPP Reader--& I say that knowing that I loved almost every poem in that beast!

It was a little diddy called "The Only Man for the Job"
I like "Silly Rabbit"...:)

Glorious Leader.

Exalted One.

Beloved Father of Buk.net.

Spanky (that's for 'us' time).

Oh Great Heavenly Overlord of Bukowskiania .

can I have twenty bucks?
If I'm allowed to add, my favorite so far is brittle cunt. Mainly because I have no idea what the hell it means, and it was said by someone infinitely more brittle than I could ever be. If you gave this guy a sideways glance at a ladies tea party, or told him his top shirt button was undone, he would weep. Seriously.


But while we're on the subject, a minimal amount of digging pulled up these gems:

- the little man behind the curtain
- the white guy who draws ink farts
- Poseur!
- belligerent asshole
- conformist white boy
- one of the greatest assholes of all time
- worthless punk with a sob story

Special bonus track (and maybe my favorite line of all time):

I remain perplexed by Michael's statement, "fuck you, and the dainty unicorn you rode in on."
I thought "brittle cunt" was good too. The man does have a way with words.

So now the bar has been set... any future angry outbursts will have to out-do "brittle cunt."
Definition of brittle cunt must have something to do with soft things should not be brittle. Could you imagine if a cunt were to shattered. Eew that would be messy.
Where the hell is my $20, you brittle cunt.

Actually, I would take "one of the greatest assholes of all time" as a huge compliment.

I've never been the greatest anything ever.
The Boss: A Closet Feminist?

mjp is a closet feminist "” or perhaps a wannabe? :eek:

Word has been circulating for decades that there is a movement within feminists that seeks to reclaim cunt not only as acceptable, but as an honorific...

And maybe mjp is trying to get us all on board. "BRITTLE" doesn't fool me. I have been PM's by over X,XXX,XXX,XXX users here, so I am not alone in this conspiracy theory.

Proponents include Inga Muscio in her book, Cunt: A Declaration of Independence.

Eve Ensler in, Reclaiming Cunt, from The Vagina Monologues.

The word was similarly used/reclaimed by Angela Carter in the title story of The Bloody Chamber and Other Stories; a female character describing female genitalia in a pornography book: "her cunt a split fig below the great globes of her buttocks".

What gives? Cracks? Is it really "BRITTLE?"

Or more to this story???

Can someone else add BREAKING news?
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can one be quaint and brittle?

fun facts from yesteryear:

it is speculated that "quaint" was pronounced in Middle English much like "cunt." tain't clear whether the two words were thought of as distinct from one another.

in Chaucer's work the word queynte seems to be used with meaning comparable to the modern "quaint" (charming, appealing).

yet also used to have the er, other meaning...

oh, how brittle...to think about the multiple uses of words.

etymologists, please take the stand...
Damn; someone's got to do better.

OK. I've already been told I'll fail, so WTF, right?

Here's my lame attempt.

I'll quote Chief, for those who have read/seen it:

"Juicy Fruit."

Thanks, Ken.

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I think it's supposed to be things people have actually called me.

As I was moving some old posts around a few minutes ago I came across meathead.
true. mjp has more hair on top and facially.

and he's a liberal, not a LIBERAL.

You've got a charming homonym :


He's the "Vice President, Food & Agriculture, Science & Regulatory Policy of the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO)".

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I am pretty, there's no getting around that, but I don't know about hanging around with all those little dudes.


I think I see Post Toxic in there - right next to Snow White, pointing at a bird...

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