March 27, 2006
"I have another idea," Marsha Quinn said, her chin glinting softly in the sunlight. "You shall not fight. Rather, you shall play cribbage. And the winner shall have my hand in marriage." "Just your hand?" asked Manfred. "That's a figure of speech," Marsha huffed. "It's called 'metonymy', where an object is substituted for a larger concept, like when you say 'White House' to mean the executive branch of the United States government." By this time, the two men had fallen asleep, and she had to wake them by pressing hard upon their genitals. "So you shall play cribbage for me."