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Quandary Resolution 7943
achillize, smorgasbord, puckish, bunny chow, n.

Next morning, Professor Steatopygous, was holding the fort in the living room when I came down, his puckish personality having survived the drink of last night: "please accept my apologies for last night, Theresa," he said solemnly, "I was compelled to achillize the moon around Cauldshiels Loch last night, when the call came from your Aunties and it was a hard run doon here at nicht, so Ah wis puffed oot by the time Ah goat tae yer door," he lied glibly, his smorgasbord of formal English acquired at Oxford overlaid with a strong Greek accent and the lapse into the colloquial tongue of the Borders: "was it worth it?" I asked, expecting some reason for my Aunts' calling him in: "aye," he said enthusiastically: "yon bunny chow o May's is sumpn else awthegethir – be'er than the hair o the dug, eh? nudge, nudge, wink, wink!" but I was already leaving the room, not being in the mood for his innuendo, particularly when added to the fact that Isa, Milly and I hadn't got any of Auntie May's renowned cob loaf stuffed with Bengal Lancer Lamb Curry last night, but he had!

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