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Jump to new posts - - - -by this guy by LukeJavan8 @ Today at 11:30 AM

T > D RUILDER
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Jump to new posts Re: Reconstructed by A C Bowden @ Today at 07:54 AM

BLUSTER S ----> I REBUILT
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Jump to new posts Re: take it or leave it by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 11:55 PM

GIRN PRONUNCIATION: (gurn) MEANING: verb intr.: To snarl, grimace, or complain. noun: A grimace or snarl. ETYMOLOGY: By transposition of the word grin, from Old English grennian (to show teeth). Earliest documented use: 1440. ________________
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Jump to new posts Phineas T by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 11:52 PM

STUMBLER Pay him no mind, said Howdy Doody, he's all BLUSTER
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Jump to new posts Re: Me in a mirror .. by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 09:41 PM

SUBLIMER I ---- > T ..more often than not STUMBLER
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Jump to new posts Re: Even greater by A C Bowden @ Yesterday at 08:33 PM

UNLIMBERS - N SUBLIMER
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Jump to new posts - - - detaches in order to use by LukeJavan8 @ Yesterday at 11:12 AM

-G UNLIMBERS
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Jump to new posts Re: you mean it's not walking clumsily? No, it's by endymion6 @ Yesterday at 10:03 AM

LUMBERING + S quiescent ....meaning it's maybe sleepwalking SLUMBERING
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Jump to new posts you mean it's not walking clumsily? by wofahulicodoc @ Yesterday at 07:11 AM

REBULBING B --> M LUMBERING ...he asked woodenly.
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Jump to new posts Re: take it or leave it by Tromboniator @ Yesterday at 05:36 AM

PENNANCY A flagging tendency.
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Jump to new posts Re: Not done by aliens by A C Bowden @ 10/23/14 08:28 PM

There's news of crop circles again! Their means of production is plain: Contraptions on strings Gouge out perfect rings While their wielders advance through the grain. DOMESTIC DUKE
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Jump to new posts take it or leave it by wofahulicodoc @ 10/23/14 07:03 PM

PERNANCY PRONUNCIATION: (PUHR-nuhn-see) MEANING: noun: A taking or receiving of rent, profit, etc. ETYMOLOGY: From Anglo-French pernance, by switching of sounds of prenance (taking), from prendre, from Latin prehendere (to seize). Ultimately
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Jump to new posts Re: : Fixing the lamp by A C Bowden @ 10/23/14 06:49 PM

BLUBBERING - B REBULBING
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Jump to new posts Re: Double Dactyl by Tromboniator @ 10/23/14 06:21 PM

Merrily-scarily Dear A C Bowden Constructs all these poems So effortlessly, Giving the feeling they're Extemporaneous - How that's accomplished's Enigma to me.
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Jump to new posts : Too much talk...amid tears by LukeJavan8 @ 10/23/14 11:22 AM

A > U BLUBBERING
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Jump to new posts Re: Double Dactyl by LukeJavan8 @ 10/23/14 11:05 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Double Dactyl by A C Bowden @ 10/23/14 09:05 AM

Thanks to Pythagoras, Right-angled triangles Can be computed with Relative ease. Only employ his neat Trigonometrical Rule if one angle is Ninety degrees.
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Jump to new posts Re: Too much talk by A C Bowden @ 10/22/14 11:22 PM

BELABORING O ----> B BLABBERING
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Jump to new posts Re: - Brylcreem by wofahulicodoc @ 10/22/14 10:01 PM

Beau-tiful, Luke !
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Jump to new posts do you think we're beating a dead horse here? by wofahulicodoc @ 10/22/14 10:00 PM

IGNORABLE add another B BELABORING
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Jump to new posts Re: Negligible by A C Bowden @ 10/22/14 09:29 PM

IGNOBLER + A IGNORABLE
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Jump to new posts - - - himself by LukeJavan8 @ 10/22/14 01:27 PM

+B IGNOBLER
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Jump to new posts - Brylcreem by LukeJavan8 @ 10/22/14 01:25 PM

BRUMMAGEL-hair mousse
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Jump to new posts More Urbanity, just a different Urb by wofahulicodoc @ 10/22/14 01:23 PM

BRUMMAGEM PRONUNCIATION: (BRUM-uh-juhm) MEANING: adjective: Cheap and showy. noun: Something that is counterfeit or of inferior quality. ETYMOLOGY: After Brummagem, a dialectal alteration of Birmingham, UK, where counterfeit coins were produc
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Jump to new posts Lear's daughter by wofahulicodoc @ 10/22/14 12:51 PM

(as long as we're being literary) ROILING I -->E GONERIL
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