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Sentence of the week #204586
02/10/12 08:42 PM
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The poseur aped the manners of the lummox to impress the dilettante, whilst the wastrel and the roue looked on with barely concealed smirks and titillation.

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204592
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Bountiful use of words...

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204593
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Yes it is fun and well done, but I could not do any as good or any better, as proposed in the other thread. The idea is nice though to make it a weekly thing perhaps?

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204599
02/11/12 12:21 AM
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Originally Posted By: blitherer
The poseur aped the manners of the lummox to impress the dilettante, whilst the wastrel and the roue looked on with barely concealed smirks and titillation.


A recalcitrant roue, ignoring the distractions of the flummoxed lummox, played the part of a pontificating, pedantic poseur while waylaying the wealthy, hammered wastrel who was arguing with the equally dipsomaniacal dilettante.

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: TheFallibleFiend] #204601
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dipsomaniacal ?! grin

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: Jackie] #204626
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Originally Posted By: Jackie
dipsomaniacal ?! grin


i.e a lush!


I'm immortal until proven otherwise
Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204723
02/17/12 04:14 PM
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The promethean artist carved a junoesque figure in marble with seemingly dionysian abandon, guided invisibly by that supreme palladium, an apollonian mastery of technique.

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204734
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Quite apollonianly done as a whole, keep it going. wink See you next week.

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204738
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Dionysian and Apollonian are used in cultural anthropology to refer to people who, respectively, do or don't use psychotropic substances in their religious practice.

Re: Sentence of the week [Re: blitherer] #204741
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This is my entry smile

In a prometean move yesterday, an appollaoian Tennessee man's dionysian bid of $122.03, won him a junoesque treasure, when the safe he bought on eBay was opened without palladium to revel an astonishing $26,000.

I tried a fusion of modern story and ancient words...does it work?

This is News Story if you want to read it.


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