By no means, Q.E.D., I would never presuppose to be so gauche; I was simply alluding to the phenomenon you seemed to clearly validate, in a rather licentious attempt at Amphibology Latina.

Next time, I’ll just “res ipsa loquitur.”

hmmmm…sounded like Latin to me…OR Greek!:smiley:

<<hmmmm…sounded like Latin to me…OR Greek! >>

Could have been either Laughing OR Grief.

That some sort of crack? :stuck_out_tongue:

…and the low slow-ball to Q.E.D., and this one could be in the bleachers…

whoa, thanks, Diva. Glad I previewed. That guy was in and out in a heartbeat!

Dex was mocking you. You really need to study up on your uglification and derision.

Yeah? And just what the hell is a Desmostylus, anyhow?

You really have no idea what we’re talking about, do you?

Anyway, a desmostylus is either a band of pencils, or one of these.

You do mean a brand of pencils, do you not?

And if you care to explain, I’ll listen.

No, a band of pencils, or a bunch of pencils.

And Dex was quoting the Mock Turtle from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Haven’t read that since I was a kid. Way too long ago. sigh

Anyway, I think I like you better as that dinosaur thingy. Much scarier and more impressive than a bunch of pencils. But, that’s your choice.

Look at these teeth. Looks sorta like a bunch of pencils. Hence the name given to the animals - “Desmo”-“stylus”, which means “bunch of pencils” in Grief, er, Greek.