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Researcher 34849 Started conversation May 3, 1999
How many of you, like me have joined up as a researcher under protest?
I invite you all to join me in a battle to overturn Rule No 3 - "no spitting".
As far as I can see, you have the right to spit on your own computer screen all you want. It's probably protected by one Amendment or another.
I propose we call this the "All Right, Spit Everywhere" movement and we could be recognized by our gobby cheeks and our baggy backsides.
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted May 15, 1999
Good idea. I am sick and tired of society's repression of spitting and spit-like behaviour, especially in girls. I would like to know how to spit. I'm all for it.
sweetndark Posted Jun 12, 1999
i think that spitting should be illigal, and support the rule entirely, i mean you are free to do what you want in your own home, but i do not like to find big lumps of gob all over the floor whenever i walk anywhere, thats just discusting, they should have spitoons like in the old cowboy films, this would make it a more artfull thing, having to aim etc, and it would keep it off the streets, jus thought i'd say....
Researcher 46475 Posted Jul 1, 1999
You can count on my vote! I think the "All Right, Spit Everywhere" movement is a great one! Let's take ARSE to the top!
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted Jul 1, 1999
hahahhahaha that's classic. I'm all with you, In fact, I think I'll put it on my home page, if you don't mind...
Researcher 46475 Posted Jul 3, 1999
FairlyStrange Posted Jul 8, 1999
Researcher 50128 (and Proud of it) Posted Jul 16, 1999
WE don't have to burn our bra's or anything like that do we, oh wait, that was the sixties revolt, if we just have to break Rule Number Three and spit to our hearts content then I'll join a big ARSE revolt.
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted Jul 16, 1999
Yay! Welcome aboard, you two. But I'm still in a bind, because as I said earlier...I don't know how to spit fashionably. Would that present a problem?
FairlyStrange Posted Jul 16, 1999
Nahh... Most folks around here don't do anything fashionably,(certainly spit!) and it doesn't seem to affect their performance. I think what we're after here is quantity, not quality(at least I hope!)
The Ghost Of TV's Frink Posted Jul 17, 1999
What would a softball team be without players spitting all over the field? Sign me up!
Researcher 50128 (and Proud of it) Posted Jul 17, 1999
Do we get to invent cool sound effects when we spit? I'll bring a box of tissues for Fen, would'nt want a embarrassing thing to happen (lke use your own imagination)
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted Jul 18, 1999
How thoughtful of you, thanks.
The movement is gaining speed, we may have yet another revelution in our hands...
John the gardener says, "Free Tibet!" Posted Jul 19, 1999
Viva la Revolution!... or something.
TV's frink's dead right: If baseball(softball) players couldn't spit they'd have nothing to do for most of the time.
[ I love shouting that ]
Marvin the Unoriginal (was it?) was partially right too; or mainly wrong in a way that suggests something brilliant.
An official spittoon page, with an official brass spittoon link on the front page!
Something else emerging:
Doesn't the word "Spittoon" suggest some animation?
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted Jul 20, 1999
Heh heh heh... That would be fun... Okay, who would be in charge of THAT page... I'll take care of it if no one else wants to, either way...rebellion is fun. I've got three- and counting!
Researcher 50128 (and Proud of it) Posted Jul 20, 1999
Fen, have you been practising fashionable spitting? Try to do it with a little "poof" sound, quite fashionable
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted Jul 20, 1999
Well...I can't get the poof sound, but it makes a nifty little arch much like a rainbow. Is that right?
FairlyStrange Posted Jul 20, 1999
Please, Fenchurch, remember. Distance is MOST important. Distance, then sound effects, and finally quantity.(composition is not important!)
Fenchurch M. Mercury Posted Jul 21, 1999
Distance? Wow, I'm learning a lot of things about the dynamics of spitting. What would be an acceptable distance?
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- 1: Researcher 34849 (May 3, 1999)
- 2: Zagrag (May 5, 1999)
- 3: Fenchurch M. Mercury (May 15, 1999)
- 4: sweetndark (Jun 12, 1999)
- 5: Researcher 46475 (Jul 1, 1999)
- 6: Fenchurch M. Mercury (Jul 1, 1999)
- 7: Researcher 46475 (Jul 3, 1999)
- 8: FairlyStrange (Jul 8, 1999)
- 9: Researcher 50128 (and Proud of it) (Jul 16, 1999)
- 10: Fenchurch M. Mercury (Jul 16, 1999)
- 11: FairlyStrange (Jul 16, 1999)
- 12: The Ghost Of TV's Frink (Jul 17, 1999)
- 13: Researcher 50128 (and Proud of it) (Jul 17, 1999)
- 14: Fenchurch M. Mercury (Jul 18, 1999)
- 15: John the gardener says, "Free Tibet!" (Jul 19, 1999)
- 16: Fenchurch M. Mercury (Jul 20, 1999)
- 17: Researcher 50128 (and Proud of it) (Jul 20, 1999)
- 18: Fenchurch M. Mercury (Jul 20, 1999)
- 19: FairlyStrange (Jul 20, 1999)
- 20: Fenchurch M. Mercury (Jul 21, 1999)
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