} Well, first of all, it's best not to use your own. Although that can
} fun too, it is not nothing compared a willing partner's.....
} Oh, you said WATERmelons? Sorry 'bout that, then.....
} The juiciest watermelons are those with a supple skin. Use your
} fingers to test it: run it gently on the skin. The skin should be
} supple and pink...
} Damn, Oracle, he said WATERmelons! Concentrate, Orrie, con-cen-tra-te!!
} If the melon is suitable, the two best-known ways to milk their smooth
} supple juices are to squeeze them and to lick them. Squeezing requires
} some experience, and is typically used as a preliminary to other kinds
} of juicing as it relaxes the...
} WATERmelons! WATER! WATER! WA-TER-ME-LONS!!!!!!
} Licking and sucking, on the other hand, is the easiest and fastest way
} to get the juice out of the melon. If the melon is in the mood, gentle
} biting can even be....
} LISA> Orrie, darling, what are you doing?
} ORACLE> What? Ahem, just answering a question dear....
} LISA> Well, from the look of it, you seem have a hard time.... Are you
} sure you don't want a practice run? Just to be sure you tell the
} supplicant the right thing, you know...
} ORACLE> Ah, hem, I really shouldn't, but, oof, yeah, that feels nice,
} The Oracle will finish answering your question later. You owe the
} Oracle at least 2 hours off. And make it three hours if you ever send
} another question like that.