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#96322 02/21/03 03:05 AM
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"I couldn't run faster than the car," Tom said tiredly.

"I couldn't catch up with the car," Tom said exhaustedly.

(or, to make the above a bit plainer: Confucious say man who run in front of car get tired. Confucious say man who run behind car get exhausted.)


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"What's the matter with ewe?" asked Faldage sheepishly.

Must resist temptation, WO'N said beastily.




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I live at the top of the world, sjm said topsy-turvily.

I don't like Cleopatra, ASp said hissingly.

What flavor would you like, Bean asked vanillishly?

I love a good rhubarb, Rhuby said commandingly!

I'm a fabulous cook, Consuelo said tamalishly!

I feel totally worthless, tsuwm said wordily.

The surreal is sublime, musick said, loosely.

We've been adopted by a friend, ASp and Faldage said squirrelingly.

"I don't care if you're sick, you don't have an appointment!" Dr. Bill said curmudgeoningly.

My metamorphosis is more than just a transformation, Pfranz said Capfkaesquely.

I don't like moonlight swims, Hev said sharkingly!

I've crept through many caverns, Milo said spelunkeringly.

I've maxed out, WO'N said quordlepleeningly.




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"Which puts me in mind of Shona. Where is he these days?"
Mod~god said mindlessly.

"Maybe he happy lives without us" Milo answered adverblessly.

"Milo! You left out the (...ily)!" WO'N said faldagingly.

"Well WO'N," Answered Milo dimly, "Never did I say that I was the brightest bulb in the marquee.



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"vanillishly?", he asked creamily.



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"We've beaten the Cardinals!" the Memphis players crowed.


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slightly different, but in the same flavor, when others are telling jokes. you can slip these in.

do you know the joke about the rope?
Oh, never mind, skip it.


have you heard the joke about the wall?
Forget it, its over your head anyway..


Did you hear the joke about LA? (or the city of your choice)
Its a riot!



I know a lot of blonde* jokes (*or ethic group of choice).
They are all beauts, but simple minded.







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“The spell is broken,” said Tom disenchantedly.

"Coffee's ready!" said Tom perkily.


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"cream in mine, please", he lowed.



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You can let the horse in, Helen said troyishly.


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