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Who will have the last word?

Tue, Sep 21 2021 9:25 AM (8,362 replies)
  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Wed, Jul 25 2018 2:40 AM

    sunday lunch .

    well maybe not .

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Wed, Jul 25 2018 2:41 AM

    Word of the day: MUMPSIMUS – Someone who obstinately sticks to old ways or ideas in spite of all the evidence showing that they're wrong.

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Wed, Jul 25 2018 2:42 AM

    Word of the day: TINTIDDLE - a witty retort you think of too late.

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Wed, Jul 25 2018 1:22 PM

    Word of the day: MONOLOGOPHOBIA - a fear of using the same word more than once in a single sentence or paragraph.

    Go on gonfession - you can do it .

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Thu, Jul 26 2018 1:04 AM
    In 1987, American Airlines saved $40,000 by removing an olive, from each salad in First Class.

     

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Thu, Jul 26 2018 5:35 AM

    Word of the day: CALLIPYGIAN (from ancient Greek 'kallipygos') - having beautiful buttocks.

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Thu, Jul 26 2018 5:35 AM

    There is a town in Norway called Hell and it freezes over every winter.

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Thu, Jul 26 2018 5:36 AM

    You get a wonderful view from the point of no return.

  • gonfission
    1,766 Posts
    Thu, Jul 26 2018 7:21 AM

    craigswan:

    Word of the day: MONOLOGOPHOBIA - a fear of using the same word more than once in a single sentence or paragraph.

    Go on gonfession - you can do it .

    The beer he had had, had had its effect on him. Had he had knowledge of this, he wouldn't have had another one.

    Have a pint on me Craig

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    I have no fear, well, spiders. Spiders scare the crap out of me, but that's it.

    It's horrible when I read "read" as "read" and not "read", so I have to re-read "read" as read, so I can read "read" correctly..........

     

  • craigswan
    21,294 Posts
    Fri, Jul 27 2018 4:11 AM

    Word of the day: BARBIGEROUS - having a beard.

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