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Re: SEMPRINI? by Sicherungskasten on 9 August 2003 6:00am
 
I will not buy this tobacconists, it is scratched.
 
Re: SEMPRINI? by Helen on 9 August 2003 4:18pm
 
Do you WANT to come back to my place bouncy bouncy
 
Re: SEMPRINI? by ElizaTerry on 10 August 2003 9:26pm
 
i jsut looked it up on dictionary.com and they couldn't find it. I don't thinkn it's a real word.

Liz
 
Re: SEMPRINI? by Sicherungskasten on 12 August 2003 6:17am
 
Q: What is "Semprini," anyway?
A: According to Pythonline sources, Semprini was sort of a UK version of Liberace (an annoying entertainer then, an Italian orchestra leader making easy-listening music in the Mantovani mould) whose name was interjected by Graham Chapman as a non-sequitur into boring conversation. Bad music is always a dirty word. The original script read "biscuit-barrel" in the same spot, which is more obviously a naughty word and not nearly as funny. In the show a Gumby can be seen to yell "SEMPRINI!" while still mouthing "biscuit-barrel."

This is taken from PythoNET. I've heard this explination elsewhere as well, though.
 
Re: SEMPRINI? by Dianne on 12 August 2003 6:50am
 
A made up word like "splunge".

SPLUNGE!! Which means neither yes or no.

MIAD!!

Sorry . . . the old days came drifting back to me and I felt like saying that.
 
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