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Amazon of the month club

You might have heard of "things of science' each month they send you a new science kit. if amazon.com offered delayed shipping you could make this the anything of the month club.
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you could get a new sex manual every month automatically to improve your abilities as a lover and whet your sexual appetite.
beanangel, Jan 20 2017


       Quite a lot of warrior princesses as well... how would you feed them all ? or is it a trade-in deal.
FlyingToaster, Jan 20 2017

       Well, at least it's not in other:general.
normzone, Jan 20 2017

       On a side note... I was once told that the word mastectomy originated from the practice of amazon warrior women cutting off one breast in order to better use a bow.   

       Can't remember the source now but I believed it at the time.
It's not in any of the etymological dictionaries though so I guess it was crap.

       ok, carry on   

       //the word mastectomy originated from the practice of amazon warrior women cutting off one breast in order to better use a bow//   

       No. "Mastectomy" comes from the Greek for "breast" and "cut". Amazon warriers were supposed to have cut off one breast, but the word "mastectomy" doesn't come from that.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 20 2017

       In a rare triple bluff, [MB] is (a) correct and (b) not just messing with your head.
pertinax, Jan 21 2017

       I think he secretly likes me. (don't tell anybody)   

       Don't get excited. I also keep pet African Land Snails.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 22 2017

       // I think he secretly likes me. //   

       Be afraid. Be VERY afraid, particularly if anyone enquires about your exact weight. The applicable formula is "45 minutes per kilo, plus 20 minutes".   

       At Buchanan Acres, when they say "We're having some friends round for dinner", they're not speaking metaphorically. We only feel safe because thanks to all the cybernetics we have a nasty, oily, metallic taste (according to the Intercalary - we suspected there was a reason he's filed his teeth to points). We still have some faint scarring in the ankle areas.
8th of 7, Jan 22 2017

       //Buchanan Acres// Oh, puhlease - who bothers with fiddly little units like acres? Although, as chance would have it, there is a little pocket of the kitchen garden known as Basil's Acre (we grow it for the pesto, you know).
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 22 2017

       The plot thickens...   

       ... as does the gravy.
8th of 7, Jan 23 2017


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