Thursday, March 17, 2005

Merkins & Plus

I am pretty sure Wigs & Plus does not have merkins, although they do have some sexy lingerie in the window. Maybe the merkins are behind the counter. I feel the need to use merkin one more time in a sentence, because it's a funny word, meaning and soundwise, but I'm not sure what else to say. I'm not really in the market for a merkin? Too much info?


DAM said...

I think the only people who might be in the merkin market are those who did the Brazilian thing and decided it wasn't their look.

So many uses for the work. I'm proud to be "amerkin" where at least I know I'm free.

Do you know the merkin man? (Think of "Do you know the muffin man?") Funny little ditty, when used this way.

Since most don't know its meaning or purpose, you can use it as a verb, noun or adjective. Live it up!

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Free_Jim said...

i once dated an absolutely beautiful woman named Merkin...afterwards for some forlorn reason.. i thought to check websters...much to my surprise right before my eyes...hope ya don't mind my posts...but i'm fascinated by your writing and what i believe to be your gentle kindness