Minnow's dissertation, and the Merlin conspiracy (was Tough Guide: warning)

Allison Marles apm at alumni.uwaterloo.ca
Tue Nov 16 07:32:44 EST 2004


I had no idea you couldn't get them in America.  They're very commonly 
available in Canada.  Usually they'll be in the candy aisle at the
grocery store or even in bulk bins if the store has those.

Allison

On Mon, Nov 15, 2004 at 05:48:48PM -0500, Jadwiga Zajaczkowa / Jenne Heise wrote:
> > The Regalia people are indigenous, and are related to the small, shy people
> > of the hedgerows -- and distantly to the rather less shy and more wanchancy
> > Lads who hang out in the cities and have a passion for liquorice allsorts
> > (if you ever happen to need to bribe them, but I hope you never do).  
> 
> Um. OB-american-stupid-question: what exactly is a liquorice allsort?
> And do you think they work on the Lads in cities in America? I know that 
> in many cases they seem to prefer cigarettes (whether this is because 
> they moved in out of the tobacco-using tribes or because it's simply a 
> valuable currency, I'm not sure...)
> 
> 
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