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Discussion Topic  RE: World's WORST jokes (part one) (in Wordplay) by Seanahan
2 and 10, with 7 an honorable mention....
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Discussion Topic  RE: WHO OWNS WORDS? (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
I've been told that Easter comes from Ishtar....
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Discussion Topic  The Linguists: A Documentary (in Potpourri) by Seanahan
I recently saw the document The Linguists, and was quite pleased. It is highly recommended to anyon......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Pronunciations (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
Most of the time, I say "our" to be just like "are". If I'm enunciating, I'll say it correctly, lik......
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Discussion Topic  RE: World's WORST jokes (part one) (in Wordplay) by Seanahan
That's a travesty, they are one of the true delights of the world....
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Discussion Topic  RE: What's new? (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
On a literature note, Julian Huxley experimented with Axolotl's, a type of tiger salamander which re......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
In Texas, there is now a trend to use y'all to mean a smallish group, and "all y'all" to mean a larg......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Professions from Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Professions from Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" (in The Vocabulary Forum) by Seanahan
Yeoman is mostly heard these days as "Yeoman's effort", a phrase I certainly have used without knowi......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Some stats (in Community) by Seanahan
I can't see that Milton quote without thinking about the Asimov Black Widowers story which hinges on......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  To do their duty be him (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
I'm reading "The Making of the Atomic Bomb" by Richard Rhodes, and there is a passage describing Nei......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks, reinvigorated (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Excellent TrossL....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Limericks that use the eccentricities of English spelling. (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
There is a limerick written by a character in one of Isaac Asimov's Black Widower stories, "Out of S......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Doula (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
This is like "midwife"?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is this limerick insensitive? (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
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Discussion Topic  RE: Pomma Point (in Questions & Answers about Words) by Seanahan
To quote the Comic book Guy, "There is no emoticon for what I am feeling"....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is this limerick insensitive? (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Bethree, there are people who don't think that swear words should be in the dictionary. Similarly w......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is this limerick insensitive? (in The Written Word) by Seanahan
Are you sure it isn't the "friendship's rejected" that they are offended by? This could be infer to......
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