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Posted by TheFallen on October 11, 2003

In Reply to: Thanks guys posted by Bob on October 10, 2003

: : : However did anyone post the meaning of the phrase "offer a Spanish coin"?

: : When I 'offer a Spanish coin' I either mean currency that is not accepted where I am, an inducement or something molten to go on your eyelid.

: : Fear, surprise, cushions and the comfy chair...oh and molten lead enemas.

: The inquisitors knew how to deal with their enemas,

However, when faced with a sado-proctologist eagerly clutching a nasty-looking iron funnel and his assistant gleefully holding a crucible of molten lead in a pair of tongs, one could always try to Torquemada vit.