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Yes!......Every day, you can now share your lunch with these heroes of the small-screen, Adonis Kuryakin and Lela Solo......."THE MAN FROM B.O.N.G.A.B.O.N.G.A."!
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juneshone

bondage Hanne

Elfie

Life is faaar too short for boring literature - you are SO right Juneee - but I would like to know about that dressing....

lelabugosi

Hee-Hee!.........

juneshone

Hanne dear you don't want to know this book, it's coming out as a film soon. Dear knows the book was dreary enough. I bought it on Kindle thinking it was a Crime novel started to get bored and wondered when somebody was going to off the silly woman when I suddenly realized I had strayed into the wrong genre, so I binned it

Elfie

What is that really Juneee - I don't know the books...

twoclubs

We need a rain maker with a rain charm to conjure up this Leviathan and then put each and all to test against it. Right? I mean right? Yuhhh. Next month shining do they dress for such parties? Just asking.

juneshone

hmmmm! cords and fish hooks, couple of ideas for a Fifty shades of Grey fancy dress party I am to attend

Elfie

Ohh nooo, patsquire - it's VEEERY poetic ... would I like to hear it .....

patsquire

Fishhooks? Ropes? Cords? HA! As shinymonth so astutely observed in the comment preceding your exponential exposition, I deal not in cords and fishhooks, but in bazookas and elephant rifles! Bring on your "gigantic tadpoles" as described by the eminent Dr. Jordan of Stanford University. Frankly I think Dr. Jordan AND Stanford University are FICTIONTITIONAL creations of your peculiarly warped Bugosi-mind.

So there! HUMPHH!

(Whistling tadpoles in the full moon - - - - SHEEEESH!)

lelabugosi

Yes, Hanne-with-pipe........Uncle Bluebottle has a couple in his garden pond........It is lovely to hear them whistle, during the full moon.......

Elfie

Giant tadpoles - are there any left of them....?? Fascinating.....

MrPogle

Blessed be the Tadpoles!.......

lelabugosi

Mr.Le-Squirt.........
The honourable Bugosis have been rearing tadpoles and promulgating "occult" tadpole knowedge to the four (or five) corners of the world , through wars, famine and pestilence since the dawn of time..........
Of course, most of this knowledge has only been shared with the initiated, as such power contained in the alchemical composition of tadpole secretions, while essentially beneficial to mankind, could prove disastrous if manipulated incorrectly........
Here is a thinly-veiled warning from The Bible.......
I quote-
"Can you pull in Leviathan with a fishhook or tie down its tongue with a rope? Can you put a cord
through its nose or pierce its jaw with a hook?" - Job 41.
LEVIATHAN, n. An enormous aquatic animal mentioned by Job. Some suppose it to have been the whale, but that distinguished ichthyologer, Dr. Jordan, of Stanford University, maintains with considerable heat that it was a species of gigantic tadpole (Thaddeus Polandensis).

In more recent times, it is widely known among the cognoscenti that Sir Isaac-Newton-Bugosi formulated his theory of gravity while vacationing at the renowned Bugosi underwater aquarium in Outer Mongolia....
There he marvelled at the abilities of over-fed tadpoles, which sank to the bottom of the aquarium, only to rise to the surface with nothing more than a wiggle of the hips....

And, looking to the future, here is a quote from William S Burroughs -
"Man is an artifact designed for space travel. He is not designed to remain in his present biologic state any more than a tadpole is designed to remain a tadpole."

And now I must take my leave, as I have already said far too much on this fascinating subject......

juneshone

Well I'd rather somebody pimped me tadpoles than armaments

patsquire

He's a tadpole pimp?!? Oh, OK, that sounds pretty Bugosi-like.

lelabugosi

Mr.Wuffet is like a second father to the tadpoles......he also guides them in the ways of "increasing production"........

JM_Cookie

Has Mr.Wuffet purchased all the Tadpoles?
That would be is way of taking charge and making a modest profit.

lelabugosi

NO!......Mr.Wuffet has only a very slight connection to our tadpole industry.......as "Wally Bugosi" he heads our marketing department, and therefore does a bit of......erm....."marketing"........

patsquire

So? How about it? Did Warren Buffet get his billions and billions through his Episcopalian persona as "Wally Bugosi" by way of your addictive Tadpole Wine? Eh? Eh? Let's hear it!

lelabugosi

(Hee-Hee!).......

patsquire

For a while there I thought maybe the internet was closed.

Elfie

Exactly what I say: let them all be individuals - I'm NOT.....

lelabugosi

Mr.Le-Squirtz.......It would appear that nobody had a word to add to your latest effusive effusion......I will follow in nobody's footsteps.........
(Though I will mutter, "HMPH"!)......

patsquire

Well then I happened along at just the right time, didn't I? Of course you're wrong as usual, when you start guessing what I think, since my superior mind is so far above the exceedingly average Bugosi mind (except for the lovely Mrs. B.).

I happen to know that Mr. Warren Buffet is a practicing Episcopalian, and in the peculiar lexicon of Episcopalianism his name is actually pronounced "Wally Bugosi" which makes me wonder if there's any relationship between his immense wealth and the sale of your instantly addictive Tadpole Wine!

Meanwhile you've brought back warm, fuzzy memories of my favorite TV show of the '60s, except now that I think about it, I think I'm thinking of thoughts of Saxwell Mmart, Agent 86, and his sidekick the lovely, beautiful, marvelous, beautiful, sexy, beautiful Agent 99, for whom I still swoon! Either way, Thaaaaanks For The Memoriiieeeeees.

lelabugosi

But (or, B.U.T.T. as the case may, or may not be) precious-pebble - we are in the swingin' sixties, so anything goes!........Anyway, these boxes are more for the workplace.........As for the pronunciation, I imagine our resident linguistic expert, Mr.Le-Squirt, would say "boo fay"........

Elfie

Actually it's called "counter" gemmie...

gemstone

Tsk tsk...promoting guns and knives in the classroom...perhaps B.U.T.T.S. should have their butts kicked! Butt...I'll take two just for their collectibility...they should be worth a dollar or two in a few years?!? What an investment. Sure hope Warren Buffet doesn't corner the market! (Is that pronounced "buff it" or "boo fay"?

lelabugosi

Juneee.......All I can say is that Mrs.Bugosi was pleasantly surprised, when she first set eyes upon my lunch box......
Mr.Biscuit.......That will just have to do then.......

JM_Cookie

I will send a big box of Beef Tripe Cookies asap, they are extremely popular with the pack in my house.

juneshone

where do I get a free lunch to put into my box please. Dad said there's no such thing as a free lunch so will the box be empty?

lelabugosi

Man-from-down-under and gerdje-thingy........Don't worry about the rusty bits, they are just a sign of authenticity......
Mr.Biscuit.......Of course you can pay for yours with cookies - chocolate ones?........

JM_Cookie

Yes this one of my Heros, the Scuba Guy with Knife... he was the best.. sneaking around .. taking other peoples sandwiches with out asking ... never ever says "thank you" or "have a nice day" a perfect HERO ... can I pay for mine with cookies?

Ok , I order one imidiatly !! Because : I am sure , I can have my lunch in peace : nobody-else will ask me some food out of this box .

Robbos

A free lunch box....wow!!

lelabugosi

Yes, Mr.Christmas-Carroll........We brought these out in the sixties, and......umm......had "a few" left over, so we decided to relaunch this hugely popular item!

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