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Active Topics | Active Posts | Unanswered Posts Past 24 hours | Past 48 hours | Past 7 days Forum Subject Q&A about words Re: Are the above sentences fine/natural? ... by Lionel Koh @ 12/07/13 08:14 AM
Originally Posted By: FaldageI think that, although the two sentences are technically OK, they are a little clunky. Thanks, Faldage. I agree. That's why I would like to know how to phrase them correctly.
Q&A about words Re: Are the above sentences fine/natural? ... by Faldage @ 12/07/13 07:31 AM
I think that, although the two sentences are technically OK, they are a little clunky. And, since my cats don't have any pajamas, by thinking that I am the cat's pajamas I think that I don't exist.
Q&A about words Re: Are the above sentences fine/natural? ... by Lionel Koh @ 12/07/13 03:00 AM
Could somebody please help? Thanks.
Wordplay and fun The Fantastic Four Meet Wofahulica and Don't Run. by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 11:18 PM
TIMIETY - if you're scared; say scared.
Wordplay and fun The Fantastic Four Meet Godzilla by wofahulicodoc @ 12/06/13 09:18 PM
ANIMIETY - worrying about life as depicted in a Japanese graphic novel
Wordplay and fun Re: - - - - -an artery.. by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 07:30 PM
SEVER the server? Sounds bloody...so why not s>t REVEST your knife and clean the scene, and then >--clean the scene--> .
Q&A about words Re: Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/13 05:41 PM
cat's pajamas?? had to look that one up: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/cat%27s_pajamas sort of like the eel's ankle.
Wordplay and fun - - - - -an artery.. by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/13 05:04 PM
-R SERVER SEVER
Wordplay and fun Re: If you have a fly in your soup ... by endymion6 @ 12/06/13 05:00 PM
NERVES N ---- > R ...call the SERVER
Wordplay and fun If you are on the skids it is best to by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 04:14 PM
SWERVE But only if you change w to n and got lots and lots of NERVES
Q&A about words Re: Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 02:42 PM
Originally Posted By: Lionel KohIf I toss a piece of tissue paper on the ground and I am caught in the act, I could be fined $300 as a first-time offender. Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? Thanks. No lionel, the words in bold are not
Q&A about words Re: Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/13 11:53 AM
I don't think he'll be 'scared off'...he has a thirst to learn grammar. Not that you meant really frightened away, Faldage, but I getcha...Keep it up Lionel, it's impressive.
Wordplay and fun Re: : Getting' hammered but liking it... by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/13 11:39 AM
Thanks, nice thought.
Wordplay and fun : Getting' hammered but liking it... by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 11:38 AM
nimiety PRONUNCIATION: (ni-MY-i-tee) MEANING: noun: Excess or redundancy. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin nimius (too much). Ultimately from the Indo-European root ne (not), which also gave us nil, null, not, never, nothing, nihilism, annihilate, and naug
Wordplay and fun - - - - -on a skid by LukeJavan8 @ 12/06/13 11:34 AM
-I REVIEWS SWERVE
Q&A about words Are the above sentences fine/natural? ... by Lionel Koh @ 12/06/13 11:20 AM
It is an awesome and overwhelming feeling of appreciation to be able to witness the Grand Ceremony commemorating the completion of the major renovation of the church. I can truly feel the compassion of the pastor to rebuild / in rebuilding the chur
Wordplay and fun Damn the... by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 11:15 AM
PREVIEWS. What matters is dropping the P and the REVIEWS.
Wordplay and fun Getting' hammered by Tromboniator @ 12/06/13 04:03 AM
MAFINGER – an exclamation of surprise commonly used when attempting to drive a nail.
Q&A about words Re: Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? by Tromboniator @ 12/06/13 03:57 AM
Absolutely. No argument from me.
Wordplay and fun _______________ GOTCHA WOFA! ____ by jenny jenny @ 12/06/13 12:20 AM
SALINGER - a writer who was a malinger.
Wordplay and fun Re: Another projective Gesture by wofahulicodoc @ 12/05/13 09:12 PM
MEALINGER - after-dinner conversation
Q&A about words Re: Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? by Faldage @ 12/05/13 08:56 PM
On is perfectly fine for colloquial speech, Lionel. Don't let Tromboniator scare you off.
Wordplay and fun Re: What you sees is whats you... by LukeJavan8 @ 12/05/13 07:44 PM
PEERVIEWS -e PREVIEWS
Wordplay and fun What you sees is whats you... by jenny jenny @ 12/05/13 07:28 PM
PERCEIVES. But what matters is what your c>w PEERVIEWS.
Q&A about words Re: Are all the bold words fine in the sentence? by LukeJavan8 @ 12/05/13 01:17 PM
drop/toss: too true, Peter. I was think of "on accident'. Stuffy? Nary a bone in you.
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