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    Does she come in through the bathroom window ?
     
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    Eugenie came in through the Bouchard window
    Protected by a silver spoon
    But now she sucks her thumb and wanders
    By the banks of her daddy's fortune

    Didn't anybody tell her to shake hands?
    Didn't everybody see?
    Sunday's on the phone to Monday
    Tuesday's on the phone to Talk Tennis...
     
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    Silver spoons, silver hammers made a lot of golden records for four lads from Liverpool once known as The Silver Beetles.
     
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    Hammered on Powers "Gold Label" whiskey...
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    The saying goes, "God gave the Irish whiskey so they wouldn't rule the world".
     
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    What's the definition of an Irish queer?

    Someone who prefers women to drink.
     
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    What's the definition of an Irish "10"?

    A "4" with a six-pack!
     
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    Sounds as though that could apply to the Aussies too.

    What's the definition of an Australian gentleman?

    Someone who gets out of the bath to pee.
     
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    So many word association tangents here...sureshs educated me recently that "pee" means "to drink" in the Indian language. But then, thinking of baths reminds me of the classic tune from Little Feat, "Fat Man In A Bathtub". This sureshsian image then reminds me of the classic David painting, "The Death Of Marat" (although he wasn't fat). And, of course, I have to think now of Sampras' "Death By Marat" at the USO.
     
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    My friend FOD loved to pee in the shower.
     
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    Did he belt out "Singing In The Rain" as he attempted to dissolve built-up hair balls in the drain???
     
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    No, he didn't belt out "Singing in the Drain".

    It was more like "Pee Drops are falling on my head", a hit single by the band Hair Balls.
     
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    A deft half-volley drop shot after a sureshs silver hammer serve are the features of the latest Grand Poobah gif!
     
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    A deft catch of a dropped shot glass of vodka while half-hammered at the Grand Hotel in Copenhagen...
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    The temporary residence of the Grand Poobah while making a sureshsian sojourn through Scandanavia.
     
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    The Amalienborg Palace has rooms available...
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    A palace for the Poobah would be most appropriate. This one would be perfect as there are rumors swirling that Amelie chose sureshsian sperm as the source for the new life in her womb.
     
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    What are those funny creatures with those dark furry heads ?
     
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    Amelie Sureshsmos???
     
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    Sureshchesca Schiavone
     
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    sureshs cheesecake photos as the centerfold for Playgirl magazine will sell like pancakes at the newsstand.
     
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    sureshs Valentine cards selling like Playboy magazines at the local Piggly Wiggly.
     
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    The Beatles' "Piggies" or Pink Floyd's "Pigs (Three Different Ones)"???

    You can see them out for dinner
    With their piggie wives
    Clutching their forks and knives
    To eat their bacon

    Or

    Big man, pig man, ha ha!
    What a charade you are!
    You well-heeled big wheel, ha ha!
    What a charade you are!
     
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    God save our gracious Queen, was hijacked by the better known and more philosophically respected, God save our gracious Sureshs.
     
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    Sureshsapova looks to catch a pair of Sureshsian balls from the sky...
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    I feel silly saying this but those balls falling remind me of the story of sureshs little. Why? There is nothing little about the Grand Poobah!
     
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    Sureshian balls do not get used up after 7 games.
     
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    "Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls Of Fire!" was a chart topper for sureshs when he used the stage name Jerry Lee Lewis.
     
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    Swedish meat balls
     
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    Sureshs sweet breads.
     
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    Johanna Larsson

    Swedish beads of sweat...
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    Swiss tennis players never break a sweat
     
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    A certain Swiss tennis player doesn't break serve nearly as much as he should.

    A certain San Diego tennis player breaks wind more often than he should.
     
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    The serve goes down the line and the opponent just can't reach it.
     
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    "All Down The Line" was a great song by The Stones on the Exiles On Main Street album, probably their best overall album. It made them unreachable!
     
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    Otis Birdsong was an underrated point guard who started for the Nets in the 1980´s.
     
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    "Bird On The Wire" was a great song written by Leonard Cohen but made most famous when covered by Joe Cocker, one of my favorite blues voice and second only to the great Otis Redding.
     
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    Ray Sugar Leonard is one of my favourite sporting characters and Duran´s main opponent.His voice still resounds in my ears because, if anything, the guy was quite vocal.
     
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    Duran Duran were known for great vocal arrangements. It wasn't an "Ordinary World" when I listened to them.
     
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    Durian packs a punch...
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    Floyd Mayweather couldn't punch his way out of a wet paper bag.
     
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    Wet May weather into June might give Federer a puncher's chance of bagging another French Open title...
     
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    Wet ones may leave you gagging for air if you're downwind from the Grand Poobah after a Father's Day visit to an AYCE buffet.
     
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    Marloes Horst

    Wet one lollygagging and baking in the sun, like after a visit to an Amsterdam café...
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    Marloes would be my own private Paradiso in Amsterdam. Rock on, Ms. Horst!
     
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    Cinema Paradiso
     
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    Cahiers du Cinéma...
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    "Cinema is truth 24 times per second"...Jean-Luc Godard

    If so, we need sureshs gifs at 72 frames per second to appreciate the truth in tennis at super slo-mo speeds.
     
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    Jean-Pierre Gorin is said to have turned Godard in a heavily politicized, Maoist direction in the early 1970s...
     
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    Gorin was actively pushing Godard leftwards during the peak of mankind; Goran was an active leftie at the peak of fast grass tennis.
     

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