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#2771 - 08/25/01 12:07 PM Post deleted by musick
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#2772 - 08/25/01 05:06 PM Re: Verbal decapitation
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What in hell is a race in the crazy mixed-up world? But "racial slurs" are frequently alleged when "ethnic" might be more appropriate.


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#2773 - 08/27/01 10:16 AM Re: In a futile attempt
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Greek
   reek
    eek


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#2774 - 08/27/01 11:17 AM Post deleted by musick
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#2775 - 08/27/01 11:23 AM Re: Yet more futile attempts
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futile
 utile
   tile
    ile


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#2776 - 08/27/01 08:15 PM Re: Yet more futile attempts
wwh Offline
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Thick
hick
ick (it's in my dictionary)

prick (not what you first think of)
rick
ick again.

trick etc.
flick etc.
brick etc. Decapitate the perpetrator of any more aphaeresis! (just an excuse to use the word)


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#2777 - 05/08/02 12:15 PM Re: Verbal decapitation
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oops! i just stumbled upon a good one!
signore
ignore*(ok, its not perfect.. you have to take off the i and g)
nore
ore
re

but
schilling
chilling
hilling


and
shallow
hallow
allow
(low)


and
stray
tray
ray
is that a repeat? then strap..

and
strick
trick
rick
ick


and the sw/sm/sc
swarm
warm
arm

smart
mart
art

and
scowl
cowl
owl

and

stripe
tripe
ripe

and finally
shire
hire
ire
re

or would you prefer i turn my mind to limericks?

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#2778 - 05/08/02 12:37 PM Re: Verbal decapitation
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oh goodie an other

prelate
relate
elate
late
ate

ta-da! now back to work

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#2779 - 05/12/02 10:10 AM Re: decapitation recapitulation
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Sweet Helen, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. See the post in this thread of Sunday Aug 19, 2001 at 16:42:42.
>>Edit: sorry: Thu Aug 16 22:04:21 2001



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#2780 - 05/12/02 11:47 AM Re: decapitation recapitulation
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Dear AR: I went back and looked, and did not see any imitation sufficient to warrant perhaps wounding of troy's feelings.


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