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Sep 2015
No traipse-assing
No fugging in da gents
No lie meβ€” Noli Me Tangere
Traipse-assing sounds a bit like trespassing. Might mean that. Might mean what it says.
Steinbeck used fugging in Cannery Row to get past the censors. This line also has a double entendre.
Noli me tangere (Latin, literally, don't touch me) β€” Don't **** with me.
Kevin J Taylor
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Kevin J Taylor  Thataway
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