Date: Tue, 10 Jan 1995 08:06:40 EST
From: Wayne Glowka wglowka[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]MAIL.GAC.PEACHNET.EDU
Subject: Re: Edith Juan
Since you are not a Louisville adolescent (and apparently neither are your
friends and colleagues) it will have to be explained.
Edith is eateth (eat+eth)-I even joked about philology to help you along with
this. Juan is One; therefore, eateth one, a reference (at least in our
adolescent minds) to fellatio.
Dennis (a former Louisville adolescent) Preston
P.S.: In fairness, it should be pointed out that accurate Spanish
pronunciation will also get in the way of the joke, if joke such trash may be
22709mgr[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]msu.edu
A private response told me that Edith Juan meant "Eat THIS one." Did I
misunderstand another posting that seemed to imply that a "thwan" was a
lisped "swan"? Edith Juan is not a good joke.
Professor of English
Director of Research and Graduate Student Services
Milledgeville, GA 31061
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