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    • Jackie (Login BlueJudah)
      Posted Apr 6, 2010 2:26 AM

      "Liar Liar Pants On Fire is a phrase that children like to scream at each other whenever they think the other is lying. They also like to scream it at adults who tell them stories about fairies. It is an overall stupid thing to say, since if your pants actually caught on fire when you lied, more politicians would be dead."

      Oops! Guess my own fairy revelations better be kept unsaid then! happy.gif

      That was kind of out of the blue Lox!

      "What internal serpent
      Has lent you his forked tongue?
      From what pit of foul deceit
      Are all these whoppers sprung? "


      Mind you, I think it comes across much more Shakespearean like if you changed tghe whoppers to maybe, falsehoods...

      What internal serpent
      Has lent you his forked tongue
      From what pit of foul deceit
      Are all these falsehoods sprung?"

      Hmmmmm, yes. Much better methinks!


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