What a loaded word. Do we ever deserve anything — reward or punishment? And who decides and why?
a cool exercise would be to make a sentence in which all the words used only the letters of the word centerpiece. can’t do it in a minute.
Lower case. Why? Is it a clue? Not the national President or any Head of State. A club President. Or maybe a clubhouse president. Jimmy was president of the club. This was mostly because the clubhouse was in his backyard and had been built by his dad and him. Well, mostly his dad, but he [...]
Sunning til you get a tan is stunning
stumbling while you’re running is stunning
staring in a cunning way is stunning
telling stupid puns is stunning
for the dangerous
go around please, careful
thought it was out
you’re really good at that
Why what seems is all we see
Is why Beginning starts with B
So many letters. What a busy word. Absolutely. Are you sure?
Patent leather shoes
never could see any reflection
who holds the patent for the leather?
Is it really leather?
I don’t think so.
It’s patent leather.
note: look up etymology
Salt is what I think of
the girl with the umbrella on the salt container
“When it rains, it pours.”
A recurring dream
in the school mailroom
it’s been so long since I’ve checked my box
it’s just slipped my mind somehow…
when was the last time?
it must be full to overflowing
what were those numbers again?
First of all, it looks spelled wrong to me. You know like words do sometimes especially after you’ve been looking at them for a while. But this one looked wrong as soon as I saw it. Sometimes things look wrong but they’re not.
Is that profound?
(Still looks wrong.)
Anagram for a sentence that means, “No Earl Grey for me, thanks.”
Take your son Isaac, whom you love, to the top of the mountain and there slit his throat to prove your love for the lord your god.
On second thought, a goat will do.
It’s a rather symmetrical word, very orderly. The circle flanked by a dot-your-eye and cross-your-tea, and they in turn flanked by the alphabetically consecutive r and s, each showing some curve. A very pretty word. And a near-anagram of a story.
Still he stood still by the still and stands there still
To create a feeling or state of mind in another wordlessly
Similar to dentistry but without the teeth
Great outdoor job.
Ability to work unsupervised required.
Must be familiar with Lycos.
Will have personal staff support.
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