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Active Topics | Active Posts | Unanswered Posts Past 24 hours | Past 48 hours | Past 7 days Forum Subject Miscellany Re: Shorts found in Library of Congress by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/19/13 02:44 PM
At first sight, these do seem to be pretty fantastical, Luke. However, if one were to take the time and energy to investigate what has been written on these strange topics, it is not impossible that they are actually pieces of serious - and potential
Wordplay and fun Suckers! by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/19/13 02:36 PM
Wordplay and fun life's lessons by wofahulicodoc @ 05/19/13 02:33 PM
I trust he survived this one, he said gravely. LESSON S-->M SOLEMN
Miscellany Shorts found in Library of Congress by LukeJavan8 @ 05/19/13 11:33 AM
Short Subjects When PLAFSEP magazine asked its readers to nominate the silliest library subject heading, the hands-down winner was BUTTOCKS (IN RELIGION, FOLK-LORE, ETC.). Other highlights, gathered by columnist John R. Likins: AMERICAN GIANT CHEC
Wordplay and fun - - - - school by LukeJavan8 @ 05/19/13 11:22 AM
I > S LESSON
Miscellany aside to Faldage.. by tsuwm @ 05/19/13 10:56 AM
wwh 13858 Faldage 13653 but who's counting?
Wordplay and fun Re: Bart, Blair, Messi, Ritchie? by endymion6 @ 05/19/13 09:48 AM
LIONEL L ---- > S When the toy train ran over his hand, he had a LESION
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/19/13 09:26 AM
Wordplay and fun Bart, Blair, Messi, Ritchie? by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/19/13 09:25 AM
Wordplay and fun Re: do you expect me to take this lying down? by endymion6 @ 05/18/13 11:52 PM
EIDOLON Excellent, by the way! O --- > L If I were not this, I might give more thought to the thought of that ... OLD-LINE
Wordplay and fun Re: do you expect me to take this lying down? by jenny jenny @ 05/18/13 09:40 PM
Lo! Another... LEONID I watch stars fall until I fall asleep then dreamland. add O EIDOLON
Weekly Themes Re: exscind by Jackie @ 05/18/13 09:30 PM
Thank you, sir.
Wordplay and fun Re: do you expect me to take this lying down? by endymion6 @ 05/18/13 05:06 PM
DOCILE C ---- > N May I request a return (esp. to avoid CHIDING, which I eschew) to more serene ways and ask that you watch for this mid-November ... LEONID
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by BranShea @ 05/18/13 04:58 PM
Sure, the daily bath or shower takes care of all the bits and pieces , but still we only can assume this wàs about personal hygiene. Never mind, lets rub it off. :-)
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/18/13 04:22 PM
Personal hygiene is to do with washing the bits that stink, really! Edit: the bit that smells is, of course, yor nose!
Wordplay and fun Re: do you expect me to take this lying down? by Rhubarb Commando @ 05/18/13 04:18 PM
I protest an infringement of the norm for this thread!! DOCILE does not morph into CHIDE without twochanges !! (Roolz? We don' wan'no steenkin' roolz !!!)
Wordplay and fun Re: Late Friday's word by wofahulicodoc @ 05/18/13 03:57 PM
EXSPEND - all you can do after a really painful divorce decree
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by tsuwm @ 05/18/13 12:22 PM
..and, once again, it appears to have been a drive-by searching.
Wordplay and fun Re: Late Friday's word by LukeJavan8 @ 05/18/13 11:54 AM
TEXSEND-- a "bon voyage" of ginormous, humongous proportion
Wordplay and fun Re: do you expect me to take this lying down? by LukeJavan8 @ 05/18/13 11:50 AM
E > L CHILD I caught the sheep drawing thing, Wofa, Yay!
Wordplay and fun Re: do you expect me to take this lying down? by jenny jenny @ 05/18/13 11:38 AM
DOCILE No...Oh Stand up like a man! I wish to... CHIDE you for your passive behavior.
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by BranShea @ 05/18/13 10:10 AM
Confusion often occurs when someone comes in asking for a word without giving a possible context. It's not clear if sorrow meant lack of hygiene or lack of hygienic appearance. The answers were all on looks, appearance.
Wordplay and fun do you expect me to take this lying down? by wofahulicodoc @ 05/18/13 07:47 AM
CODDLE D-->I DOCILE
Q&A about words Re: Sophisticated word for the following...? by jenny jenny @ 05/18/13 12:23 AM
Originally Posted By: BranSheaThank you, one more misunderstanding out of the world. What in the follow up I refered to is that I've understood now that there is a difference between hygiene and personal hygiene. Hygiene has strictly to do with healt
Wordplay and fun Late Friday's word by jenny jenny @ 05/17/13 08:39 PM
exscind PRONUNCIATION: (ek-SIND) MEANING: verb tr.: To cut out or off. ETYMOLOGY: From Latin exscindere, from ex- (out) + scindere (to cut). Ultimately from the Indo-European root skei- (to cut or split), which also gave us excise, schism, ski
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