15/MAR/2007 12:20 AM
||cavanhaque e viralata
Wauber, I have never heard "scrub" used in that fashion. I lived most of my life in California and Arizona. Perhaps that explains it.
"Cur" is very formal. I hear men called curs more than I hear dogs called that.
I have heard "tike", but it has been used to mean small child.
I had a viralata. When people asked his lineage, I said he was a suma. He was suma this, suma that...
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