Notes

quid pro quo noun (quid pro quos) 1 something that is given or taken in exchange for something else of comparable value or status, etc. 2 an act or instance, or the process or result of, exchanging something for something else of comparable value or status, etc.
ETYMOLOGY: 16c: Latin, meaning ‘something for something’.

—————– DISCARDS ————-
Always Hobson’s choice, do they think they’re so macho?

At their beck and call, fetch-and-carry like a yo-yo
At their beck and call, to-and-fro like a yo-yo.

Got you going crazy, stuck in their cruel limbo.

echo
limbo
memo
macho
salvo
Scorpio
volcano
wierdo, woe
yobbo, yo-yo
(absolute) zero


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