ElSupremo wrote:<<Thanks Rick, after re-reading TMFPixy's post a few times I see her intent.>>LOL at your inadvertent sexist remark. Apparently you haven't read my profile. Granted, a pixie is normally thought of as female. Still, I did attempt a masculine spelling through the use of "y" instead of "ie" in the word. Lessee see now, is it Marion or Marian, Francis or Frances? It's a shame the concept couldn't have been more neutral like Dale or Glenn or Dana or Courtney or Rowan or the like. Such crosses I have to bear! And to think I brought it on all by myself in an attempt to denote a hint of mischievious behavior. The first corollary to Murphy's Law prevails: If it can be misintrepreted, it will be misinterpreted.I'm going out behind the barn now to sulk and kick the goat.Regards..Pixy
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