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Monday, March 14, 2005



In the Midwest we used the term "snuggie." I spent the spring of my 7th grade year, which was roughly 1974, at the Bronxville School in Westchester, on account of my parents dumping me with the grandparents on their way to France for an extended trip (Dad was doing research). I remember wondering what a wedgie was -- it took me the better part of six weeks to put two and two together, as it were.

Rob A.

A "snuggie" sounds like it might not be so bad.


So, if I'm reading this right, you're telling me that the "Veterans Committe", consisting of "booger," "skank," and "schmegma" actually MADE it in?

I'd check, using the link you so kindly provided, but I might want to run for dogcatcher someday, I'd hate for someone to trace a search for those words back to me.

Rob A.

C'mon Patton, play along.

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