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Dijon Warlock
10-08-2001, 02:24 AM
Okay, I have had enough of the excremental spelling on this board. "Yesterday I got a splinter and today it's oozing puss." "I've got a puss-filled boil on my ass." "I never brush my teeth and now I slobber puss. Would flossing help?"

It's PUS dammit!! D'ya hear me, peeps?? PUS! PUS! PUS! PUS! Monkey-fucking jizz-sucking zither-plucking PUS!!!!! PUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUS!!!!!
Are we getting this yet!?!?!? HANH!?!? ARE WE?!?!?
Here, let me make it easy for you:

"PUSS" is short for "pussy", which is either a warm, soft, cuddly creature that loves to be petted; or else it's a cat.

"PUS" is a vile, rancid, creamy substance marketed under the brand name "Miracle Whip."

Please don't let this happen again. Nothing personal, you understand. Just doing my "Spelling Nazi" rotation.

That is all. *pant*wheeze*cough*

don't ask
10-08-2001, 02:28 AM
I thought Pus was the tenth month of the Hindu calendar. What does this have to do with Kraft?

SPOOFE
10-08-2001, 02:29 AM
Yeah, I can't see how people can screw this one up, considering that there's no apostrophe...

However, what gets my goat even more is when they describe their pus-filled wound as "pussy" (pus-sy"). When they do that, it makes the female genitalia seem a mite less attractive.

Arden Ranger
10-08-2001, 02:30 AM
Originally posted by Dijon Warlock

"PUSS" is short for "pussy", which is either a warm, soft, cuddly creature that loves to be petted; or else it's a cat.


:D

I have nothing constructive to add. Except I forsee this bing my sig line sometime in the future.

Dijon Warlock
10-08-2001, 02:34 AM
Originally posted by Arden Ranger
Originally posted by Dijon Warlock

"PUSS" is short for "pussy", which is either a warm, soft, cuddly creature that loves to be petted; or else it's a cat.


:D

I have nothing constructive to add. Except I forsee this bing my sig line sometime in the future. I would be honored. :)

Arden Ranger
10-08-2001, 06:57 AM
Once again, nothing constructive to add.

Just showing off.

Bob Scene
10-08-2001, 07:43 AM
Originally posted by SPOOFE
Yeah, I can't see how people can screw this one up, considering that there's no apostrophe...

However, what gets my goat even more is when they describe their pus-filled wound as "pussy" (pus-sy"). When they do that, it makes the female genitalia seem a mite less attractive.

The word for something that's full of pus is purulent. I want everyone reading this to go use the word purulent in a sentence today. As in, "I knew I should have stayed away from that purulent pussy!"

Mangetout
10-08-2001, 08:17 AM
Oh for goodness' sake, don't make such a fus about it.

Dragwyr
10-08-2001, 10:24 AM
Originally posted by Dijon Warlock
It's PUS dammit!! D'ya hear me, peeps?? PUS! PUS! PUS! PUS! Monkey-fucking jizz-sucking zither-plucking PUS!!!!! PUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUSPUS!!!!!
Are we getting this yet!?!?!? HANH!?!? ARE WE?!?!?


Great rant. I give it a 9 because of all the "cus" words.


"PUS" is a vile, rancid, creamy substance marketed under the brand name "Miracle Whip."

I'm glad SOMEONE else agrees with me on that.

lieu
10-08-2001, 11:15 AM
Agreed Dijon. I hate it when they call me Daniel Bone.

Fes Parker

Hello Again
10-08-2001, 12:13 PM
Another synonym for "pus-filled" is "suppurating."

This post is dedicated to the eradication of the word "puss-y" everywhere.

tdn
10-08-2001, 04:52 PM
Originally posted by Dijon Warlock
"PUSS" is short for "pussy", which is either a warm, soft, cuddly creature that loves to be petted; or else it's a cat.

Then I guess my face is a a warm, soft, cuddly creature that loves to be petted. True enough.

Check your dictionary.

Jophiel
10-08-2001, 07:34 PM
I'm not one to commonly go quoting from the dictionary (and am one to usually roll my eyes when someone does need to quote the dictionary) but according to the one I own, "pussy" is a perfectly proper word for describing something filled with pus.

I don't have a problem where you using 'pussy' to describe female genitalia makes me think of my cat in an erotic fashion, so I don't see why someone using the word with a different pronunciation would make you think of female genitalia :)

Erm.. unless the word makes you think of your cat in an erotic fashion. I don't want to know about that.

Hinten
10-08-2001, 08:05 PM
Here here!

Essured
10-09-2001, 01:34 AM
Originally posted by Mangetout
Oh for goodness' sake, don't make such a fus about it.
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
rotflmao

you really kill me :D

I have been lurking around for a while, and whenever I see your name, I know it'll be worth a read !

I'm gunna start a Mangetout fan club

I have a stitch in my side from laughing. If I ever come to the USA I will have to lurk around you IRL (oh wait a minute, that's stalking)

Assumption : Mangetout is American. Go ahead and howl me down regs if I'm wrong

Dijon Warlock
10-10-2001, 08:48 PM
Arden Ranger: You officially rock in my book. You have taken my sig virginity, or something. :) I am full-on twitterpated.

Bob Scene: Purulent purulent purulent purulent!!!!

Mangetout: Don't be such a Gloomy Guss.

lieu: Daniel Bone would make a great porn name.

Hello Again: Suppurating! Purulent! Damn, this is embarrassing!

Jophiel: I don't have a problem with "pussy" as pus-filled, although I'd prefer that it be reserved for the more appetizing use of the term. "Puss" for "pus", on the other hand, really pises (HA!) me off. It seems disrespectful, somehow. I agree with SPOOFE; it's an unpleasant juxtaposition. Apostrophe: BWAHAHAHAH!!!

Flymaster
10-11-2001, 01:44 AM
Originally posted by Goo
Assumption : Mangetout is American. Go ahead and howl me down regs if I'm wrong
Sorry...you're wrong. He(?) is a Brit.

Gyrate
10-11-2001, 08:30 AM
Originally posted by Hello Again
This post is dedicated to the eradication of the word "puss-y" everywhere.
So -- no more Are You Being Served? reruns for you then... :D

GrizzRich
10-11-2001, 08:42 AM
/Homer Sipmson voice/

mmmmm..... Miracle Whip......

/Homer Simpson voice/

lieu
10-11-2001, 09:30 AM
Dijon, as my work currently has me involved with the Canopus Prospect, I can only sigh with relief that others have chosen to share in your wisdom.

Mangetout
10-11-2001, 10:07 AM
Originally posted by Goo
Assumption : Mangetout is American. Go ahead and howl me down regs if I'm wrong
Wrong

Mangetout
10-11-2001, 10:15 AM
Originally posted by Mangetout
Originally posted by Goo
Assumption : Mangetout is American. Go ahead and howl me down regs if I'm wrong
Wrong

Sorry Goo, If I'd noticed at first that your post was filled with admiration, I'd not have snapped out a one-word reply.

Mangetout is quite definitely British; as British as grey skies and traffic jams, as British as constant rain and unsafe meat products.

Dijon Warlock
10-11-2001, 07:26 PM
Originally posted by lieu
Dijon, as my work currently has me involved with the Canopus Prospect, I can only sigh with relief that others have chosen to share in your wisdom. Canopus? CANOPUS!?!? I hate to even ask what this entails. Is it anything like this (http://lileks.com/institute/gallery/ads/sos.html)? God, I hope not...but now I'm suspicious.

Dijon Warlock
10-11-2001, 07:28 PM
ACK! Here's another one (http://lileks.com/institute/gallery/ads/sos2.html)!!!

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