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A C Bowden #207811 10/28/12 02:23 PM
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Ministerial sound bites, when made, are
Anodyne as drinks of orangeade are.
They’re made to save face,
So keep mentions of race
Totally under the radar.

SUPERSTORE - SUPPORT


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A vampire at the superstore
Bought a vat of twelve gallons of gore.
Overfilled by a quart,
'Twas too much to support,
And he slopped it all over the floor.

CLEAR – CLICK

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...him much. frown

We hid in a thicket by a crick
In fear of another White Eyes' trick
"Come on out" they said
"We are friends" they said
"All is clear" They said; then we heard a click . shocked




FINALE - FISH

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Trom and JJ - you are exceeding your expectations here.
Bravo and Brava!


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A vampire who came home from shopping
Went straight to his dusting and mopping
When he tripped on his crypt
And busted his lip
Whose blood was he actually dropping?


-saparris


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FINALE / FISH


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Originally Posted By: LukeJavan8


A vampire who came home from shopping
Went straight to his dusting and mopping
When he tripped on his crypt
And busted his lip
Whose blood was he actually dropping?


-saparris


smile Cute, Luke. Your question got me smiling! smile

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At the interval in Don Pasquale
I had fish with acqua minerale
A taste so sublime
That I lost track of time
And damn nearly missed the finale.

MUTABLE – MUZZY

jenny jenny #207844 10/29/12 08:21 PM
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FINALE - FISH

Alaskan desserts are no folly.
We use local resource for finale.
My favorite dish
Is made out of fish:
It's a blueberry-salmon tamale.

(Grandparenting is a bit scary:
I must know cloud or lecture on fairy;
I can talk about birds,
But for picking guide words
My grandson has no dictionary.

Hope to be back with words fairly shortly.)

Edit: Never mind; AC nosed me out!

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Blueberry salmon tamale?
my belly is doing flip flops.


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