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From: Paul Heslop on
postweb123(a) wrote:
> wholesale dog clothes ,dog collars,dog chothing

I think you're barking up the wrong newsgroup

Paul (Please dont take a picture)
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From: Neil Ellwood on
On Sat, 31 Mar 2007 04:40:15 -0700, postweb123 wrote:

> wholesale dog clothes ,dog collars,dog

For a canine religeous bawdy house?

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From: ASAAR on
On Sat, 31 Mar 2007 11:19:20 -0500, Neil Ellwood wrote:

>> wholesale dog clothes ,dog collars,dog
> For a canine religeous bawdy house?

You mean where the Lady is also a Tramp? :)

From: ASAAR on
On Sun, 1 Apr 2007 07:44:53 +1000, Pete D wrote:

> I am just confused, what the hell is a "chothing" and why would I want
> one???

You would NOT want one if it's what I think it is, the evil spawn
of Yog-Sothoth or one of the other denizens of the Cthulhu Mythos as
recounted by H. P. Lovecraft. Try to erase the sound of that word
from your mind if you don't want your dreams to become nightmares.

> The most detailed descriptions of Cthulhu in "The Call of Cthulhu" are
> based on statues of the creature. One, constructed by an artist after a
> series of baleful dreams, is said to have "yielded simultaneous pictures
> of an octopus, a dragon, and a human caricature.... A pulpy, tentacled
> head surmounted a grotesque and scaly body with rudimentary wings."[7]
> Another, recovered by police from a raid on a murderous cult,
> "represented a monster of vaguely anthropoid outline, but with an
> octopus-like head whose face was a mass of feelers, a scaly, rubbery-
> looking body, prodigious claws on hind and fore feet, and long, narrow
> wings behind."[8]
> When the creature finally appears in the story, it's said that the "Thing
> cannot be described", but it is called "the green, sticky spawn of the stars",
> with "flabby claws" and an "awful squid-head with writhing feelers".
> The phrase "a mountain walked or stumbled" gives a sense of the creature's
> scale.[9]
> Cthulhu is depicted as having a worldwide cult centered in Arabia,
> with followers in regions as far-flung as Greenland, Louisiana, and
> New Zealand.[10] There are leaders of the cult "in the mountains of
> China" who are said to be immortal. Cthulhu is described by some of
> these cultists as the "great priest" of "the Great Old Ones who lived
> ages before there were any men, and who came to the young world
> out of the sky."[11]
> The cult is noted for chanting its horrid phrase or ritual: "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh
> Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn", which translates as "In his house at R'lyeh
> dead Cthulhu waits dreaming."[12] This is often shortened to "Cthulhu fhtagn",
> which appears to mean "Cthulhu waits" or "Cthulhu dreams".[13]