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As the other Paul pointed out, it’s time for the May caption contest: pick a quote with the month “May” in it, enter it in the comments, and winner gets their website perma-linked at the top of the rotating link list for the month of May. Any questions?


The other? Sweet! I was hoping to be "one of the others", but "THE other" (emphasis added)?


"Thank you sir, MAY I have another."

-Kevin Bacon
Animal House

Somebody has to suggest this one, so I'll just go ahead and do it:

"Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate:
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer's lease hath all too short a date:"

William Shakespeare, Sonnet 18

"May I cum now?"

--- Sub #2 to Mistress Beatrix (Sub #1 sits gagged in the corner)

"Mother May I?"

--Child's game.

May) Maybe if I ask your dad and mom
(June)They'll let me take to you to the Junior prom -- Neil Sedaka - Calendar Girl

May the bird of paradise fly up your nose.

...and may an elephant thrash you with his toes. No, never mind that, I'm just carrying on from above.

"May: she will stay, resting in my arms again." - Paul Simon

"N'er May so warmly doth for April grieve." - William Carlos Williams

"I was a fool in April
Now it's the first of May
From here on out I'll keep a watchful eye
On the naughty games I play." - Julia Darling, "Drunken Liar" (album out now)

"MAY. Light and silv'ry cloudlets hover
In the air, as yet scarce warm;
Mild, with glimmer soft tinged over,
Peeps the sun through fragrant balm." - Goethe

(That's cheating a bit; "May" is the title.)

Yay! I love Julia Darling - for details.

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