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Re: Are Duck Pins Period?
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- Date: 28 Feb 95 09:39:00 -0500
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I believe many of you are not understanding this topic, although Gyrth
seems to be close. I interpret the discussion as one on Duke Puns! What say
your Graces? Gyrth? Dyffd? Anyone else? Are Duke Puns period? I have come
across many at events.
P.S. Brok assures me he has come across an example of a true Duck Pin from
an ancient Welsh dig. Or it might be a Swan Pin. Anyway it is of the cloth
To Miriam from Ianthe,
I am delighted to hear about the Pin. I prefer to wear ducks to
swans, the swans being heavier and possessed of those long white
necks. I wouldn't want to cause any confusion should my swan choose
to twine its neck around my waist and rest its head on my hip.
As for Duke Puns, I think they are occasionally reprehensible, all too
ubiquitous, and entirely unavoidable. Much like Dukes, themselves.