Help A Bitch Out

A Double Coronation Ceremony

We have two titles to give out today, one that is long overdue.

To Sula, who identified in one shot the correct answer to the Help a Bitch Out Regency Time Travel – With Boobies. Well played, Sula! Kneel, and receive your Smart Bitch Title™.

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And to Diane, who correctly identified this week’s Guess That Lonely Heart – indeed, it was Jill Levin from Lorna Michaels’ Season of Light. A Harlequin SuperRomance featuring…. JEWS! WOOO! Kneel, Diane, and arise with Sula a member of the Smart Bitch Peerage.

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    woohoo!  I kneel and accept my title with gratitude.  ( think that challenge may have been the first and only one where I actually KNEW the answer. lol.)

    Moral of the story, reading Virginia Henley tomes during college instead of the boring old economics and finance textbooks you’re supposed to be memorizing really DOES pay off in the end.  *sigh*

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    lisabea says:

    Yay Sula! Your brain is filled with smarts!

    :)

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    Hidenne-Picquelle!  *rolls on floor laughing ‘til it fucking HURTS*  Oh, Bitches, you have outdone yourself with that one.

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    Anonym2857 says:

    Woo Hoo!!

    I may only be one of countless Dianes.  I may only be an Anonymous number, but today I have a unique title.

    Thanks, Bitches!

    Diane
    off to take some advil for those creaking knees

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    Congrats to the newest members of the peerage!  Wear your titles with pride! And extra pickles!

    Darlene, Duchess Twitterpants

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    Ms Anon says:

    http://observer.guardian.co.uk/review/story/0,,2247429,00.html

    Couldn’t think of where else to put this, but hey! Jews and romance novels. I’m sure tons of people have emailed it to you—“Under the pseudonym Mary Burchell, Ida Cook wrote more than 110 novels for Mills & Boon. Her drive to succeed was truly a question of life and death, says Francesca Segal”

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