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tsuwm #188785 01/15/10 09:33 PM
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Hmph! I always thought Carmina Burana was quite Orffal.

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>how awful.

guess I shoulda added some stress to that, hmmm? wink
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Sorry, twosleepy, but I cannot find a definition for pa-ching.

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Sorry, twosleepy, but I cannot find a definition for pa-ching.

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I used Merriam-Webster. Here's the link: pa-ching
I didn't know either one, so I thought they'd both be good ("the weirder the better"). I guess I was right!

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Pa-ching! You can't step outside the circle when playing petanque!

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Originally Posted By: twosleepy
Originally Posted By: Coffeebean
Sorry, twosleepy, but I cannot find a definition for pa-ching.

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I used Merriam-Webster. Here's the link: pa-ching
I didn't know either one, so I thought they'd both be good ("the weirder the better"). I guess I was right!


that's from the 'open dictionary'; or, you could have made that up and entered it your own self!

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Originally Posted By: Coffeebean
Sorry, twosleepy, but I cannot find a definition for pa-ching.

CB


I used Merriam-Webster. Here's the link: pa-ching
I didn't know either one, so I thought they'd both be good ("the weirder the better"). I guess I was right!




that's from the 'open dictionary'; or, you could have made that up and entered it your own self!

Originally Posted By: Jackie
I think Sparteye's the person who had us doing something like this lo these many years ago: take the first and last headwords of an open dictionary, and make a sentence out of them--the weirder the better. I'm not sure if I have that right; I'll ask if she's willing to come take a look. But if there are any takers, I'll offer some from the Chambers Jo gave me:thymy and tight. When you do one, put two more for the next person.


Hm. Where'd I get that crazy idea.... Oh yeah! At the top of the page, in the roolz!

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gee, and I took that to mean 'a dictionary wot's opened at random', probly based on the way we played at that time.

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HEH! laugh

Since we're online, I assumed "online" open dictionary. It really is funny, because you can totally see it both ways, which neither of us did at first. I do have a physical dictionary, but too lazy to go get it...

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When my brother called me a pinhead, I hexed a pimple on him.

WRETCH--WYVERN

Edit: FTR, I use the Chambers Jo gave me.

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