FALL 1997 WEDGIE PAGE UPDATE
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Eye-"WET"-ness to World Wedgies: The Latest Letters Abuot Wedgies from Around the World

MORE Wedgies From ASIA

India

Dear Walter,
Thanks for information on "Wedgie". After reading about it Dilbert so often, I wanted to know its meaning, as it was not available in dictionaries.

How is you granpa!!

Thanks once again,

Mr. G.

New Delhi, India

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Dear Mr. G.

Your note touched my heart. Yes finaly proof that The Wedgie Page serves a linguistic, historricol, and social purppose.

You may be interrested to know, that THIS YEAR for the first time, "Wedgie" is includded in one of the major English Langauge dictionnaries. Hopfully it is not too egotesticle of me to claim Credit where credit is due: Yes, while Mr. Scott Adams of Dilbert fame, (who I admire), always WRITES abbout Wedgies to the computter literate, it is I who DEFINES them to that group.

Your freind,

Walter Miller

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Japan

Dear Walter,
My wife remembered a teacher in her school who would take ornery boys firmly by the elastic, raise them off the floor, and ask them loudly (so all the class could hear), "Can you see Tokyo?" Can you imagine what they would do to a teacher who did that in the United States?

Mr. U.

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Dear Mr. U.

Thanks for your kind note. If that ever hapenned in here in the US, then that poor teachor woud be in jail, and while in there, posibly have things happen to his ass so bad that even from far across the Paciffic he woud most certiannly be able see Tokyo very clearly indeed and probly even parts of Okinawwa.

Thanks again for writing,

Your freind,

Walter Miller

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Iran

Dear Walter,
I am writing to you from the country Iran. Do you have many readers there? I would imagine not so. Its a risk for me to view your pages in a place like this. But many of the people who would disapprove will not know what it means anyway. I enjoy your Wedgie Page. This is a short note to say thank you for the laughs!

Sincerely,
Mr. J.

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Dear Mr. J.,

Thanks for your kind note. Yours is only my third note evor from Iran. All the othors were from freindly folk who apreciatted my humor. Oddly, many of my readers in places like Germany, Itally and France do not really get the humor.

By the way, Granfather spent a week in Teheron many years ago when he was in the Army back in the days when our 2 nations were allies. He liked it allot and was inpressed at the sheer size of the city.

He mentonned a nice place to meet womon of ill repute if i ever go there. Im sure the place is no longor in business. It was on Sorbonne Street which i beleive in the earley 1980s was renamed to Death-To-The-Great-Satan-America Boulovard.

Thanks agian for writting,
Your freind,
Walter Miller

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Lebannon

Dear Walter
I love your Pun-derful Wedgie page! I remember from my childhood that there is a play on words for the name of a "wedgie" in a native dialect and the name a Middle East place name. I just cannot recall it. Can you help? I made a bet with a friend that I would remember it and now I cannot. Now I must pay him money, or face a punative wedgie by Wednesday. Please help!

Sincerely,

Mr. H.,

In the increasingly improving

Beirut, Lebanon

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Dear Mr. H.,

Kuwait a minute, here--let's be Syrias. Iraqan your freind said: "Yemeni or your life." Yet I think Egypt you. And after Wendsday he'll brag to his freinds, "I came, I Saudi conquered." And then his freinds will congradulate him: "You took his money and Euphrates shorts, didn't you?

It's a Dubai-ous destiny you face, and it dosent take half a Bahrain to see your fate is Emirate, uh, eminent. Can you Riyadh between the lines here? You must leave town: You must scram, you Muscat. Or you'll be Dead, Sea?--Your ass all Red, Sea? You'll be no less Amman to admit afterword, "Iran the hell out of there."

Your story plucks at the Qatar strings of my heart, (and after Wendsday youll be 'pluckin' more than that).

Oman! I wonder if even you is a fake, or you Isreal,

Your freind,

Walter Miller

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