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#194984 - 12/14/10 11:59 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: greg1]
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Dog doo? Good God!

heh

nice site, Luke! thanks for sharing!
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#194986 - 12/14/10 12:27 PM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu]
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dog doo, no poop on God, or whatever!
Enjoy
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#195002 - 12/15/10 04:15 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: LukeJavan8]
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It's a good job no-one here has an Aibohphobia...or do they? wink
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#195057 - 12/15/10 10:40 PM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: bexter]
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Originally Posted By: bexter
OGOPOGO
Absolutely brilliant...if I didn't already have a name I would have that! laugh


stick to bexter....I like that.
Ogo Pogo sounds like a sinister witches chant smirk

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#195065 - 12/16/10 07:03 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: greg1]
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I GO POGO was an election slogan back in the '50s.

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#195078 - 12/16/10 11:04 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: Faldage]
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Based somewhat on the comic strip, if I remember correctly.
Or am I thinking of something else?
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#195080 - 12/16/10 11:11 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: greg1]
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#195085 - 12/16/10 12:32 PM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: Buffalo Shrdlu]
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How well I remember. Loved Pogo.
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#195098 - 12/16/10 09:13 PM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: greg1]
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But back to our drive-by poster's question:

I know Grammer and Dresser are actors, probably better known for their TV work than anything else, but the rest don't fit that category as far as I know.

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#195139 - 12/19/10 05:19 AM Re: what are these group of words called ? [Re: Faldage]
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Originally Posted By: Faldage
But back to our drive-by poster's question:

I know Grammer and Dresser are actors, probably better known for their TV work than anything else, but the rest don't fit that category as far as I know.


But didn't Bexter answered back on the other page?

They are examples of palindromes.

racecar is another.

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