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AFRICAN TRIBE TALE
A CERTAIN BIOLOGY PROFESSOR WAS DELIVERING A LECTURE AT MICHIGAN
STATE ON A TRIBE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. THE SUBJECT UNDER DISCUSSION WAS
THE ABNORMALLY LARGE "PRIVATES" OF THIS TRIBE. TWO PRUDISH SORORITY
GIRLS EMBARRASSED BY THE CRUDE LECTURE ABRUPTLY LEFT THEIR SEATS
AND STARTED FOR THE DOOR. THE PROFESSOR STOPPED THEM WITH THIS
COMMENT, "WHAT'S YOUR RUSH GIRLS, THE
BOAT DOESN'T LEAVE UNTIL MORNING."
Submitter comment: TOLD TO ME AS ACTUAL FACT IN 1960.
|Subject headings:||PROSE NARRATIVE -- Human Being|
PROSE NARRATIVE -- Body part Senses
Date learned: 00-00-1960
Parody on a Proper Name
Sister Edith Kathleen was discussing current novels one day in our English class when she asked "Have you heard the latest book, 'Catch Her in the Raw? (A parody on the book Cathcher in the Rye)
Data entry tech comment:
Motifs and BN added by TRD
James Callow comment:
Original BN [S580] crossed out. Nothing written in place.
Submission card located in pile labeled To Be Classified.
Where learned: CLASS
|Subject headings:||Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Autograph Verse Translations, plays on words, symbol writing|
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