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#152636 - 12/30/05 10:52 PM Um...another word on green
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Golf courses have greens. I doubt that that was the ref. in the test question. Possible, though.
Hey, Anna--been having some ups and downs, lately? "Yo, yeo". Note to all: I am getting ready to wink, now. Here goes:
What a wunch we are!
#152637 - 12/31/05 08:34 PM Re: Um...another word on green
Loc: Worcester, MA
What a wunch we are!
I choose to interpret that as a portmanteau word rather than a spoonerism, and would endorse the sentiment entirely. wunch = wonderful + bunch
And as it's almost that time (actually past that time Eastpondially) - H A P P Y.. N E W.. Y E A R, everybody!
#152638 - 01/17/06 11:36 PM Re: gobsmack
I've certainly heard and maybe even used 'gobsmacked' to mean flabbergasted, but I don't recall ever having heard 'gobsmacking' before._________________________
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