I prefer the verb wench to the noun.On & on & on & on ...
And I thought I had living tresses of incomparable power.
Women's Lib Bull.~
The thing is The Wasp gets treated like a total idiot all the way through. She's got some revenge to take if she wants it.
living tresses of incomparable power.This is relevant to my interests.Newsletter?
With great power comes pretentious syntax
And! Exlamation! Marks!
I'm just hanging on the non syllables.
Wow. That babe could make one helluva parking attendant.Here's five bucks, hon.Don't spend it all in one place..
She probably won't respond well to you calling her "babe" either..
Perhaps one day I will make it to exlamation, but for now I remain lame.
Exlamation is the word for Chinese policies in Tibet.
Fortunately there's constant reinlamation.
None of which is very reanimuling
excellent post*[*what was up with the footnote? - K]
[*what was up with the footnote? - K]It was B-flat.[Joke used previously at S,N!]
[*what was up with the footnote? - K]Not sure what you mean. In particular or as a general practice? In particular The Enchantress - from Asgard dontcha know - calls mortal women wenches. More generally, Marvel used to footnote extensively, which sold more comics if you wanted to get the "full" story, snapped the reader out of the story and into a sort of ironic distance you could giggle along with, and made each silly story part of a larger universe of silly stories.
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