well chop me up and call me suey
My vocabulary is sorely lacking some pizazz. Maybe with a look to the past and a handy edition of "The Slanguage Dictionary" I can remedy that. I can already imagine how I will weave in "dig me drip?", "now you're flying with Doolittle", and "you melt me" into daily conversation. Watch out world, everything old is new again. Thanks to the allows amazing Boat Lullabies/Square America for the find.