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Tougher still... [Re: LukeJavan8] #209250
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Today's word:
DON JUAN

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DON'T JUAN - a Don Juan who lacks romantic skills. eek

Re: Tougher still... [Re: jenny jenny] #209251
01/25/13 04:41 PM
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DONUT JUAN

a cop on break


----please, draw me a sheep----
Re: Tougher still... [Re: LukeJavan8] #209252
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DON YUAN -- Head of the Chinese Mafia; specialty is money laundering

or even DON JOAN -- the Maid of Orleans gets no respect

Re: Tougher still... [Re: wofahulicodoc] #209253
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laugh laugh You two guys are as smoothe as a baby's bottom and as tough as a two dollar steak. As for me I hope to do better next week. smile

Re: Tougher still... [Re: jenny jenny] #209261
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DONNA & WANDA

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DONA & JUANA

combatants in arms in the New Military of the USA
Bill Mauldin style.
Maudlin?

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----please, draw me a sheep----
See you tomorrow or overmorrow [Re: LukeJavan8] #209288
01/28/13 06:33 AM
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Anu's Word of the Day:
OVERMORROW: the day after tomorrow

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OVERTMORROW: a tomorrow that will answer it all

Re: See you tomorrow or overmorrow [Re: jenny jenny] #209291
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Just a quick response to the Tsonga word Rhwe. I ran the word by a friend who is a Tsonga translator from South Africa (Tsonga is his native language). He told me he is unfamiliar with that word. So, Word.A.Day, you are correct.

Re: Mensopause: A nerd acting like a stud for effect. [Re: jenny jenny] #209297
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AWAD 16 January: SALIVATE

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SALTIVATE: to go dormant while there are condiments on the table.

pouring salt in the wound [Re: Tromboniator] #209300
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SALIVOTE - How mucha you gimme to picka your candidate?

SALICATE - to coat with aspirin

SALIVASE - to put salt in the flower display container

SALIRATE - No, Mr Maglie, I know you're angry but please don't bean me with that baseball!

SALINATE - to spit salt water. No, wait a minute...


Hanging by a Mil [Re: wofahulicodoc] #209309
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Anu's Word of the Day:

FILIPENDULOUS

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MILIPENDULOUS - the thinnest thread that one can hang onto, i.e. a mil.

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