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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
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Discussion Topic  RE: Some stats (in Community) by Geoff
Good to see you here again, arnie! I hope you're getting better! I seem to have forgotten how to b......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Geoff
I'll try to write - or wrong - another one....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Some stats (in Community) by Kalleh
Thanks, arnie. I know you haven't been feeling well lately. I have gone so downhill in posts! As ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: It IS a Mickey Mouse White House! (in Potpourri) by Kalleh
The lawyers were probably very happy. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
You win on this discussion. I was just thinking that words evolve over time and the Q-word could ha......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Kalleh
I meant "measly" by I only had one. Sorry, Geoffrey! I now have three measly limericks. Come on......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Geoff
Measly??? My limerick is MEASLY!?!?!? It ain't got no stinkin' measles!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
Actually ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: It IS a Mickey Mouse White House! (in Potpourri) by Proofreader
RI Hospital said they were making changes since recently four patients had operations on wrong body ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Kalleh
I have one measly limerick. How about a few others, folks (and thanks, Geoff!)?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: It IS a Mickey Mouse White House! (in Potpourri) by Kalleh
Hilarious! Lots of hilarious things happening recently with our "president."...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Words with Friends (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
Yes, that last emboldened part was what I was referring to. I guess you are right about not actuall......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Cortarle las alas (in Foreign Words) by haberdasher
Perhaps a more nuanced translation might be "to clip their wings," which has a wider metaphorical re......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Some stats (in Community) by arnie
May stats: ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: It IS a Mickey Mouse White House! (in Potpourri) by Proofreader
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
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Discussion Topic  RE: It IS a Mickey Mouse White House! (in Potpourri) by Kalleh
Love it!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
“Queynte”, spelled later as “quaint”, is a ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: deportment vs. comportment (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Kalleh
So, if I misbehave in school, it's bad deportment, but if I argue with my classmates it is bad compo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
Ah well. This conversation would be best in person, I think. Just like the spelling isn't exactly......
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Discussion Topic  RE: World's WORST jokes (part one) (in Wordplay) by Proofreader
A businessman got an invitation to an IRS meeting for an audit. He asked his accountant what he shou......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Geoff
In Toto, I have no Kohlers: I have a potty for baby food; I have Gerbers! (Really!)...
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Discussion Topic  RE: deportment vs. comportment (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Geoff
I'd always thought of comportment is interaction with others, not as solo action....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
Kalleh, I'm not saying the translation is wrong. I don't care about the translation. I'm taking issu......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Kalleh
So - you have plenty of ammunition for this limerick then. ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading Right Now? (in WoBoGro) by Kalleh
I am so sorry, Sattva. It is time for you to have some healthy days!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
I don't purport to be a translator of Chaucer, goofy. But others spend their entire lives at it. Y......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading Right Now? (in WoBoGro) by sattva
i am slowly recovering, typing with one finger mostly. Will start rehab around the 15th. Been listen......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Geoff
I've taken many a poop in Kohler toilets. They also build small engines which used to be excellent.......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Geoff
Hmm... "Bit" is French slang for penis. Any connection in this discussion?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
Wait what? The translation is not really relevant to my point. They translated ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
Wow, you don't even believe the master translators. Good for you for being so confident!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
Also Wikipedia says '"Quaint" was probably pronounced in Middle English in much the same way as "cun......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
I think it is translated ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading Right Now? (in WoBoGro) by Kalleh
Sattva, I hope you are feeling better. I am still reading "Code Girls," which I love. I just got J......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Words with Friends (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
Aha! And here is a word that my sister had recently (for 72 blanking points!), "amis." I looked it......
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Discussion Topic  deportment vs. comportment (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Kalleh
When I was in elementary school, there was a category on our report cards for deportment, or behavio......
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Discussion Topic  Limerick Game: Kohler (in Wordplay) by Kalleh
Shu's word for the next limerick game is Kohler, Wisconsin. We have spent many a weekend at the won......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Words with Friends (in The Written Word) by goofy
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Discussion Topic  RE: The dis- game (in Word Games) by Proofreader
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
Circular. Wikipedia says of ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is Chaucer readable? (in The Written Word) by goofy
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Discussion Topic  RE: The Oxnard Companion to Limericks (in Wordplay) by Kalleh
I'll let him know. I did like it! Thanks, Hab!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Overused Words in 2011 (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
Or that she wears Prada......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Another cracking headline from my old local paper (in The Written Word) by Kalleh
Yes, very ambiguous, I agree. I do love Lush products, though....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Hereby (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Kalleh
Yes, I thought he could have done better too. However, I find it to be pedantic and often unnecessa......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Question... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Kalleh
I don't know. A hint?...
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