posted May 02, 2003 17:38 Thread number two
was getting quite lengthy, so here is a continuation of it.
The rules from
the first thread
are as follows:
I will leave 6 letters for the next person who replies They will make a sentence using the six letters as the first letter of each word in the sentence. The letters must be kept in the order given.
example: TYHATG = Try Your Hand At This Game.
Once you make your sentence from the letters left in the previous message you leave a different 6 for the next person to reply to.
Enjoy yourselves and have fun.
Can I nibble Don's edible radish?
posted May 02, 2003 20:53
No! It's been bitten long enough!
Nancy innocently blabbed 'bout Linda's engagement. HOBBIT
posted May 03, 2003 06:17
House of Bourbon boasts its triumphs
posted May 03, 2003 11:47
Bob likes English and Russian yachts
posted May 03, 2003 12:39
French restaurants seldom try undersea products
posted May 03, 2003 17:21
Our cohorts take our phrases irreverently.
posted May 03, 2003 19:58
childish language amuses Mama und Papa
posted May 03, 2003 20:08
Ah, 7 letters, haberdasher! That's okay; I'm good!
Do Europeans understand that silverfish can hop?
posted May 03, 2003 20:32
Whoops! I'll have to make up for it later.
ILTPAP I love these paper airplane patterns! SORRY There - now it comes out even.
posted May 04, 2003 01:04
Sailing, one really requires yachts.
posted May 04, 2003 19:17
Making airplanes takes time, especially resplendently!
posted May 06, 2003 17:46
please leave all independent newspapers elsewhere
posted May 06, 2003 18:16
Garbage and rubble bulge our landfills.
posted May 06, 2003 18:27
Since I'm not going, enlist Richard.
posted May 07, 2003 08:28 WRITER We rarely invite them early, Robert. RAVAGE
posted May 07, 2003 09:09
Randy Andy views Amelia's google eyes
posted May 07, 2003 09:36 MAYHEM May all youth healthily eat mangoes. FRIEND
posted May 08, 2003 07:18
Fallible ruler inevitably expressed nationalistic declarations
posted May 17, 2003 08:22
Waiting, Richard yelled, "Geronimo!" until muffled.
(He was quite mad, you see...)
posted May 17, 2003 08:48
Wild ritualistic yogalike gymnastics unsettle Morgan
posted May 17, 2003 17:04
The haberdasher entered a tiny room.
(Think about this one HatMan!
posted May 17, 2003 17:30
Her body guards under-rated Asa's determination
HWQMYS [This message was edited by jerry thomas on Sat May 17th, 2003 at 19:06.]
posted May 18, 2003 06:51 HWQMYS
His woman, Queen Morgan, yelled, "Stop!" (unconvincingly
posted May 18, 2003 07:51
He was quite mad, you see.
posted May 18, 2003 09:36
No problem, Kalleh, and please note that my arrangement of the six letters by no means implies anything about your being the least bit backward.
posted May 18, 2003 11:16
Hat exposed, looked like amused koala!
posted May 18, 2003 18:34
Do female lions enjoy cat toys?
Oh, Haberdasher, I really wanted you to see
posted May 18, 2003 18:48
Quick witted esquimeaux recycle their yaks.
UIOPAS [This message was edited by jerry thomas on Sun May 18th, 2003 at 19:05.]
posted May 21, 2003 11:52
Unless I'm outside, please ask softly
posted May 21, 2003 12:20
Uncle Isaac once propositioned Aunt Sarah] NWTPAM? Nonagenarian wizards tantalize pretty Alsacian models?
posted May 21, 2003 15:22
Thank you, Jerry.
(NWTPAM? was a plaintive "Nobody wants to play any more?") MODELS (the last six-letter work in your post) Most old DeSotos exhibit large sunvisors KPLACH
posted May 21, 2003 17:54
Klingons provoke loud and cutting headaches.
posted May 21, 2003 19:32
Speaking of which, I saw a reference that the advertisement by the ________ State Mental Health Department for a Klingon-speaking Interpreter [reported on CNN.com] was a hoax. [declaration attributed to Snopes; I didn't confirm] :-( (Or was it here that I saw the retraction in the first place?)
SAKAHA Starfleet and Klingon are honorable antagonists. NONSEN
posted May 21, 2003 22:36
I saw a reference that the advertisement by the ________ State
posted May 21, 2003 22:39
========================= Nulliparas, ordinarily nymphomaniacal, sexually entice Norwegians. NGUHPV
posted May 22, 2003 14:58
Now Gwendolyn's unconventionality haunts poor Valentino
posted May 23, 2003 06:12
Mighty Ugolino, George Washington make peace
posted May 23, 2003 08:16
Heather's erudite aunt designs lewd novels
BYLINE [This message was edited by jerry thomas on Fri May 23rd, 2003 at 8:32.]
posted May 23, 2003 18:16
Bring your little invention now, Elizabeth!
posted May 23, 2003 18:29 BRDWAY But, Richard did want a youth! YANKEE
posted May 23, 2003 18:39
Brother Rodrigo doesn't wear a yarmulka.
posted May 23, 2003 18:52
Yon antiquated nonagenarian knows every eskimo
posted May 24, 2003 09:03
Overly desperate, lecherous boatswains ogle yachts.
posted May 24, 2003 11:26
classy old REO naturally commands bravos!
DESOTO metapost: we have enough examples now; has anyone looked to see how similar these are in structure? --adverb-adjective noun verb noun adverb or --adverb adjective noun verb adjective noun seem to be a predominant form, with limited variations... Anyone feel like counting? (or even think it's worth spending time on?)
posted May 24, 2003 11:45
Donald's explanations satisfy or tittilate ordovicians
posted May 24, 2003 14:15 PISTON Please Insist Someone Takes Over Tutelage KIDNEY Tadpole
posted May 24, 2003 14:50
King Ildefonso dances nightly, entertaining youngsters
posted May 24, 2003 16:40
============================== Wild Henry ate zucchini and tamales. What has a zipper and tickles? BUGATI
posted May 24, 2003 16:57
Bartholomew usually gargles adulterated tinting ink.