Chip: "Actually, this sounds sort of interesting. I once did a series of art works inspired by Quinton's. Basically, it was watercolor portraits of myself banging various waitresses. Later, a judge said that it was not art and ordered me to destroy them."
Richard: "Any painter known only by one name has got to be good. Picasso. Rembrandt. Jouvelt. I'll check this out. Unfortunately, this same rule does not apply to film directors, as Tarsem is a pretentious nut and McG is a pure hack bent on ruining the new Terminator flick."
On a recent evening, Richard found himself drinking beer with a local religious leader at Free State, who suggested that the blog was possibly over-using the word "nubile." Richard explained that his use of the word was akin to Faulkner's constant use of the word "myriad." What word besides "nubile," after all, could possibly convey the ideas of "attractiveness," "willingness," and "flexibility" that "nubile" suggests? Readers, we'd be more than happy to hear your suggestions on other words. Fire away in the comments section!
Chip: "Certain words give me an instant boner and 'nubile' is one of them. Another is 'pussy.' Another is "Quinton's."