sanctity (was Tam Lin)

Sally Odgers sodgers at dodo.com.au
Tue Dec 14 19:31:56 EST 2004


Sorry, Ika. Cinqu (meaning 5, which I wouldn't have known if I hadn't
learned about the ports at school) is pronounced SANK. A cow's teat is
sometimes a TIT or a TITTY. Put the words SANK and TITTY together and you
get SANKTITTY, or Sanctity. Compre?

Sallyo.



> Sally, then Sally again:
>
> > > He encountered a cow with an extra teat. The cow's name was
> > Sanctity.
> >> >
> >> > Try that on most people and see what reaction you (don't) get.
>
> > Mind you, if I hadn't heard of the Cinque Ports at school, I mightn't
have
> > "got" it!
>
> Okay, now I'm even more confused, as I think I might have lived near the
> Cinque Ports when I was at school. (Though maybe not, depending on what
> they are, which I have no idea, actually: I just have a vague memory of
> seeing the phrase on signs.) Someone have pity on me and explain the cow
> thing!
>
> Love, Ika (comforting herself with the fact that she got the Surely,
> Goodness and Mercy one <hee>)
>
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> admire me and listen to what I have to say for once in my life. Nobody
> wants to listen to a scared little boy with glasses, but everyone likes
> dragons."
> - The confusing theology of Molatar (www.molatar.com/index.htm)
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