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Friday, July 29, 2016

Word High July for 29 July 2016 Word gigil







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Today’s word is gigil. It means the uncontrollable urge to pinch or squeeze someone.  Did you notice how close it comes to the word giggle?

In today’s politically correct world, I cannot imagine such a thing being tolerated.  I often have an uncontrollable urge to squeeze my child-bride Suzanne.  If someone were to pinch or squeeze anyone who was not their significant other, I could see lawsuits and arrests as the outcome.

Years ago, my family had a Western Auto Associate Store in Iva, South Carolina. One of our mechanics came into the sales area and went to the office and leaned on the counter while he was discussing business with my father.

My brother had one of those large pairs of Channel Lock Pliers. You know, the ones with the handles as long as your arms.  He opened the jaws wide as he snuck up on the mechanic and pinched him hard on the rear end.  My brother said he just had to do that.

Please visit my Child-Bride, Suzanne.

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2 comments:

  1. Ouch. I hope the pinch was not returned with a punch. Nice post David.

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    1. No punch. The mechanic was in his twenties and my brother was about 6 or 7. It really hurt the mechanic. No punishment to my brother.

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