IJMC Happy Belated New Year!

                     IJMC - Happy Belated New Year!

Only a few days late...but man, I needed a vacation. Unfortunately, the 
party's over and I'm back in the swing of things...but hey, that includes 
the IJMC so not all is lost! Anyway, here's a cute little list for 
everyone to laugh at and enjoy. And to a great 1998!                -dave

P.S. Any bets on whether the IJMC lasts to 2001? <grin>

The Top 16 MENSA Pick-Up Lines

16> "This is your brain.  This is your brain on my naked thigh.
     Any questions?"

15> "Could you help me get this tie tack out of my hand?"

14> "Towards what end does a substantially empathetic demoiselle
     such as yourself inhabit a locus such as this?"

13> "What say we skip this nerd-fest and hit an all-night symposium
     on Euclidean Geometry?"

12> "Perchance, would you be inclined to participate, at my
     domicile, sans apparel, in a modicum of copulation?"

11> "It doesn't take a genius to see how gorgeous you are, but if
     it did, I'd be overqualified."

10> "You'll have to excuse me -- Your presence excites me beyond
     all capacity for cognitive discourse."

 9> "Vini, Vici, Va-va-voom!"

 8> "You must be tired, because you've been running quadratic
     equations through my mind all night."

 7> "That tape on your glasses really sets off your eyes."

 6> "According to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle of Quantum
     Mechanics, we may already be making love right now."

 5> "If I were to mention to you that you have a bellus corpus,
     would you take umbrage?"

 4> "I bet your brain stem reaches almost down to your gluteus

 3> "Ooohh, your IQ is 145?  I like 'em dumb and strong!"

 2> "By visually measuring the wrinkles in the front of your pants,
     calculating your body mass based on your height and weight,
     and dividing that number by your waist size -- I conclude that
     you have absolutely nothing in your pocket and are, in fact,
     glad to see me."

     and the Number 1 MENSA Pick-Up Line...

 1> "Baby, I'll have you barking like a *canis familiaris*."

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