Cloved Fruits and Kissing "Games"
holly b decker
hdec654 at juno.com
Fri Feb 7 05:18:12 PST 1997
Unto the most noble Lady Tyrca Ivarsdottir , Mistress Anna sends her
warmest of greetings. Vivat ! A thoughtful and well written
Mistress Anna Mitrofanova, Barony
"Things just haven't been the same around here since that house fell on
On Fri, 7 Feb 1997 06:30:37 -0500 (EST) Tyrca at aol.com writes:
> I have never had the experience of being offered a fruit by some
>ghoul (as some of the descriptions seem to intimate), and have enjoyed
>from the time I joined the Society more than 15 years ago. In my
>the game has been mostly played in situations where everyone knows
>other, and are comfortable with it.
> I also can understand that in Bjornsborg, they have developed
>game, and get great delight playing it. I feel like it is
>feel slighted if your chosen "clove" target refuses to play, if they
>reduced participation (such as kissing hands or something to that
>even if your "opponent" takes the cloved lemon from you, pulls the
>INCOMING and falls to the ground.
> I try to keep in mind the old Chinese proverb: He who takes
>when no offense is meant is a fool. He who takes offense when offense
>meant is also a fool.
> I think we can use our tomfoolery in much more entertaining
> Lady Tyrca Ivarsdottir
> Barony Namron, Ansteorra
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