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Help, Aubrey! (nifkin based question)
« on: October 25, 2006, 10:08:26 PM »
Dear Aubrey,

Perhaps you could sate my curiosity and divulge the answer to a conundrum that has had me vexed for a considerable length of time.

Who is the Nifkin of 'nifkin's bridge' fame?

Did someone phone up a medical authority and ask "Hello, I am Nifkin. You know that area that seperates   the arsehole and the scrotum? Does it have a name? If it doesn't have a name can it be called Nifkin's bridge, after me, Nifkin, as it is my favourite area of the body and I would like to in some way claim it as mine?"

I mean, the mind runs wild, doesn't it?
Please help, Aubrey!

Lots of love

John Indolent, in no way obsessed with nifkins bridges in an unhealthy way. Just curious.

Aubrey Barkus

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Re: Help, Aubrey! (nifkin based question)
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2006, 10:13:49 PM »
Quote from: "Sheriff John Indolent"
Dear Aubrey,

Perhaps you could sate my curiosity and divulge the answer to a conundrum that has had me vexed for a considerable length of time.

Who is the Nifkin of 'nifkin's bridge' fame?

Did someone phone up a medical authority and ask "Hello, I am Nifkin. You know that area that seperates   the arsehole and the scrotum? Does it have a name? If it doesn't have a name can it be called Nifkin's bridge, after me, Nifkin, as it is my favourite area of the body and I would like to in some way claim it as mine?"

I mean, the mind runs wild, doesn't it?
Please help, Aubrey!

Lots of love

John Indolent, in no way obsessed with nifkins bridges in an unhealthy way. Just curious.


It's "separates," you cunt.  Ask again when you've learned to spell.  I've had the gin and I don't care.

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Help, Aubrey! (nifkin based question)
« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2006, 11:27:01 AM »
Oh dear.  I find on re-reading some of my comments such as the above that I may have once again overstepped the boundaries of polite society.

I'm sorry, I confess I have never heard of "Nifkin's Bridge" before.  In my day if we wanted to make reference to that part of the body, we simply pointed, using a crouching position and an "up and under" style movement.  I believe Noel Coward (dear Noel!) used to employ a man to point at "Nifkin's Bridges" for him.

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