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#216947 - 06/06/14 11:24 PM Re: puttin' on the Ritz [Re: GHCabrera]
Bazr Offline
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Registered: 12/01/08
Posts: 287
Loc: Victoria, Australia
Would Colditz be acceptable?
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#216962 - 06/07/14 06:43 PM Re: City/Town/Country....ending with "its" sound [Re: GHCabrera]
A C Bowden Offline
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Registered: 10/22/10
Posts: 492
Loc: London, UK
As I fished on a bank of the Pegnitz*,
Or possibly it was the Regnitz*,
An expatriate Brit
(An upper-class twit)
Cried: "What ho! I catch 'em with megnets!"

* Two neighbouring rivers in Germany

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#220845 - 04/17/15 03:35 PM Re: City/Town/Country....ending with "its" sound [Re: GHCabrera]
Cowboy_Monkey Offline
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Registered: 04/15/15
Posts: 47
So I guess the wanna-be town of Slap-Full, Alabama would be out of the running.

Got its name from the hardware/grocery/gas station/post office that always had the shelves...slap-full.

Hmmmm...ending with "its" sound... Collidits: A place so small, residents can't help but bump into each other.

Parrots...Carrots...Parrots eating carrots... Parrots stewed in carrots. Diamond carats... Grits...Grits in a Pitt. A Skit..Skidbit

AWE HELL! You and your insanity...DAMN YOU TO...wait a second... Snakebit...Sharkbit...Lovebit...Tidbit...Littlebit

Hmmmm...Littlebit can be a dog's name...WALA!

What in tarnation is that coming over the horizon...?

DOGNABIT! IT'S A FLOTILLA OF FRIGATES!

WELL...EAT MY WAKE YOU SCURVY SEA COWS!

Lookie here...Don't you come around these parts no more...gettin me all bowed-up, infected. Less of course you got something really challenging...


Edited by Cowboy_Monkey (04/17/15 03:36 PM)

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#220847 - 04/17/15 05:24 PM Re: City/Town/Country....ending with "its" sound [Re: GHCabrera]
Cowboy_Monkey Offline
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Registered: 04/15/15
Posts: 47
There once was a young man from Pullet,
Who got shot in the head with a bullet.
It first glanced off Fitzpatrick's shed,
Then screamed pass Mary Elizabeth's bed.

Little known beyond that right now,
But the constable suspects his cow.
Perhaps you might think, that he's a bit daft,
before understanding what he did to her calf.

Kinda hard to prove, no opposable thumb,
But Bessie was holding the smoking gun.
It took some time for this to blow over,
Mother and daughter are back in clover.

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