Clan Yellow Feather!
Jeanne C. Stapleton
jstaplet at adm.law.du.edu
Tue Dec 31 09:08:38 PST 1996
> On Mon, 30 Dec 1996 17:07:28 -0600 (CST) amazing at mail.utexas.edu
> (dennis grace) writes: >Britta wrote: >>But how about us that get
> shy only at really odd times...such as >being >>noticed in a crowd,
> or called to court. >>Britta the Red > > >Well, I suppose you could
> wear an orange feather, you know, something >in >between yellow and
> red, or you could wear varying combinations of >yellow and >red
> feathers (three red and one yellow if shy only rarely, or one red
> >and >three yellow if you tend to be more retiring) to better
> personalize >your >standardized feather-festooned fashion statement.
> > >Of course, this thread will inevitably (see, I'm just now doing
> it) >bring up >the question of wearing whole birds.
> Teeheeheeheeheehee! ;-> > >Aquilanne >(forgive me, just couldn't
> help myself) > > I just happen to know were I can get my hands on a
I just hope that we're not expected to go about with stuffed peacocks
tied to our heads as a "truth in labelling law" kind of affair.
Countess Berengaria de Montfort de Carcassonne, OP
Barony of Caerthe
Kingdom of the Outlands
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