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Herrick
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At the Nut Festival, the perfunctory chipmunk didn't care; he had a nibble of every nut available.

principled barrister

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As a principled barrister, he soon found himself the odd-one-out, being ostracised by all the much more common unprincipled ones.

wasteful recycler

[ 29. September 2011, 15:21: Message edited by: Chorister ]

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She had no qualms about being wasteful as she pedaled down the road, throwing trash everywhere and ignoring the recycled looks of rage and annoyance from those upon whom the trash landed.


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The5thMary
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Ooops, I posted without reading the game rules! Sorry! I better sit this out until I can get the gist of it.

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The wasteful recycler poured out bottle after bottle of milk, so that she could recycle the bottles.

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The5thMary
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The basil eyes the tarragon and wonders if a romance could be initiated.


Spastic chocolate

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On his first day in the editorial department of the local newspaper, Dennis was given a list of taboo words to avoid, such as "spastic, chocolate and fat" to describe "disability, skin colour and body shape" respectively. "Fat!" thought Dennis. "How ridiculous! My missus calls me that all the time!"


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[ 01. October 2011, 20:29: Message edited by: EtymologicalEvangelical ]

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Firenze

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The thought of the final extinction of the human race can be misanthropically overexciting.

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Sir Kevin
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Bijou narcolepsy also known as 'rapture of the deep' is only available at the finest scuba diving resorts.

Funicular parasites

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Zeke
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It was very strange how everyone who rode the aerial tram last week developed funicular parasites: some were tapeworms.


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Firenze

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'Slower, Lower, Weaker' struck Socrates as a disappointing motto for the Olympics Games.

invisible meringue

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Gwai
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As soon as I saw, Mrs. Huddleston, I knew she was indeed horrified that Beth hadn't had time to make a meringue for the pie, but instead of looking shamefaced or running away as I would have done, Beth just laughed lightly to whatever Mrs. H said gloweringly, replying, "Oh it's not that I forgot the meringue, but that it's an invisible meringue!"

tanqueray tango

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A mate of the wind and sea.
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We followed our performance of the Tanqueray tango with a Vir-gin-ia reel.

incontrovertible couscous

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Sir Kevin
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As is it all incontravertible. Couscous is not my favourite food though I can stomach it in small quantities.

Pernicious periwinkles.

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Zeke
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The entire EU was on alert for food poisoning due to some pernicious periwinkles threatening the shellfish industry.

Tiny surname

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WhateverTheySay
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Mr Og was the only one with a tiny surname.

Fruit babble

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Hedgehog

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We began to doubt his sanity when he insisted that he could hear the fruit babble all night long.

unpopular mud

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Gwai
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The mud outside the spa felt jealous, "I'm just as good as the mud they play with in there, but maybe it's something I said, because now I'm the unpopular mud!"

polished caveman

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A master of men was the Goodly Fere,
A mate of the wind and sea.
If they think they ha’ slain our Goodly Fere
They are fools eternally.


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Sir Kevin
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Fred Flintstone was very much the polished caveman, good at his job though sometimes awkward socially.

fundamental skyscape

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Lyda*Rose

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The fundamental skyscape of SoCal is softly beige.

polyester pea soup

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The suit that Josquin was wearing seemed to have be made of polyester pea soup such was the colour and texture of it.

dim deranged television

Jengie

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Back to my blog

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Sir Kevin
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Our elderly Packard Bell was still functioning, just, but had become a dim deranged television.

frangible monkeyshines

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If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Zeke
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At her age, with her degree of arthritis, any physical shenanigans she got up to soon became frangible monkeyshines.

Optical era

[ 09. October 2011, 22:58: Message edited by: Zeke ]

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Lyda*Rose

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After the radial keratotomy, Edgar entered a new optical era.

porcine recitative

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BalddudePeekskill
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It's not over until the Fat Lady's song....or the porcine recitative.

Maudlin Jocularity

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Christos Aneste

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Cry while he told jokes, produced mauldlin jocularity, but little humor.


Colman's Ketchup

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AJG

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Sir Kevin
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Coleman's Ketchup is produced by a company far better known for their mustard.

Scrumptious tomatoes

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Zeke
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When the producer made the comment about wanting to see more scrumptious tomatoes his assistant brought him a salad, not realizing he was referring to the young ladies in the chorus line.

Primary lemon

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Lyda*Rose

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The voter registrar brought to the primary lemon poppyseed muffins as treats for the poll workers' mid-morning nosh.

velveteen grenades

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Sir Kevin
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Of course, the Velveteen Rabbit uses velveteen grenades when he goes to war in an as-yet unpublished sequel to the famous story.

nuclear petunias

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If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Herrick
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When flowers grow in the mines of the Northern Territory they tend to be nuclear petunias.

content man

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Sir Kevin
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A content man is a happy fellow.

Joyful board-surfer

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WhateverTheySay
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The joyful board-surfer clearly had nothing better to do that day.

Humble apricot

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Lyda*Rose

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The humble apricot rolled bashfully out of sight under a raspberry bush.

marshmallow prosthetic

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Zeke
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When somebody bit the leg off the Gingerbread Man he was offered a marshmallow prosthetic.


Unhealthy geometry

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WhateverTheySay
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It has got to be unhealthy, geometry makes me want to puke.

Morning witness

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Darkwing
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When cross-examined by the defense, the morning witness admitted he had never seen the white van, but the witness from later in the day remained adamant that it had been parked outside the scene of the crime.

Resplendent fury

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"Science was my most favorite subject, especially the Old Testament!"
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Sir Kevin
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The resplendent Fury, with its flaking coat of green paint, flat tires and crumbling interior and convertible top, stands on my back patio and is resplendent no more.

flabbergasted underling

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If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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Zeke
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"I believe I'll spend my lunch hour having my nails done," said the Archbishop to his flabbergasted underling.


Fairy stupidity

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As soon as he injected the washing up liquid into his brain he could barely think two consecutive thoughts - Fairy stupidity had struck again.

Putrescent stapler

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Herrick
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"What we need to re-assemble these rotten body parts is super glue, a putrescent stapler and two rolls of sticky tape." said Doctor Zed, leader of the Militant Zombies.

punctual doctor

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Sir Kevin
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The punctual doctor is a myth, at least in my GP's practise.

discretionary puppy

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If you board the wrong train, it is no use running along the corridor in the other direction Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Writing is currently my hobby, not yet my profession.

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Bob Two-Owls
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You have to be really blind to get a guide dog, if you are short-sighted you can't even get a discretionary puppy.

neon politician

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WhateverTheySay
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The 'Neon Politician' scandal was the funniest thing I had heard about for a long time.

Wire toilet

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Darkwing
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Their outhouse was the crudest I've ever seen: dilapidated metal siding arranged into a crude shack, and a wire toilet that cut uncomfortably into the buttocks. Definitely would not stay at this hotel again.

Creeping monopoly

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Lyda*Rose

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Banking is no longer a creeping monopoly, it's a galloping one.

rusty ice cube

[ 13. October 2011, 23:04: Message edited by: Lyda*Rose ]

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Zeke
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After seeing more than one rusty ice cube, the restaurant manager decided to switch to plastic trays.

Inane hole

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Bob Two-Owls
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Jethro were'nt too school-learned and didn't know much about nothin, sometimes the words came out of his clever hole and other times they came out of his inane hole.

uxorovalent hyrax

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To be uxorovalent is rather a tragedy for a non-monogamous species like the shrew, so the poor uxorovalent hyrax desperately tried to find either a shrew doctor to cure him or another shrew to marry him.

picky pudding

[ 14. October 2011, 15:22: Message edited by: Gwai ]

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A master of men was the Goodly Fere,
A mate of the wind and sea.
If they think they ha’ slain our Goodly Fere
They are fools eternally.


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The5thMary
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quote:
Originally posted by Gwai:
To be uxorovalent is rather a tragedy for a non-monogamous species like the shrew, so the poor uxorovalent hyrax desperately tried to find either a shrew doctor to cure him or another shrew to marry him.

picky pudding

Peter Piper purloined a peck of picky pudding and put it near the pulsating pickled pancreas.


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God gave me my face but She let me pick my nose.

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