24/FEV/2006 9:32 AM
Sorry, but I can't go along with it. It still sounds stilted and weird to me. Possibly there is a context in which the expression would fit, but I don't know what it could be.
In the absence of Tibetan monks, I suggest you stay out of cowboy honky-tonks so you don't get your butt kicked.
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