The useful-thing-amajig-goody-whatsitsname...blog-thingy

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Name: The useful-thing-amajig-goody-whatsitsname...blog-thingy
Category: Common Interests - Philosophy
Type: This group is open and anyone is free to join and invite friends.
About: Words, books. movies, life, love and WhaEva....wacca wacca,
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  • Abruzzo (n.): The worn patch of ground under a swing. Acklins (pl. n.): The odd twinges you get in parts of your body when you scratch other parts. Ahenny (adj.): The way people stand when examining other people''s bookshelves. Aigburth (n.): Any piece of readily identifiable anatomy found amongst cooked meat. Aith (n.): The single bristle that sticks out sideways on a cheap paintbrush. Albacete (n.): A single surprisingly long hair growing in the middle of nowhere. Alcoy (adj.): Wanting to be bullied into having another drink. Amlwch (n.): A British Rail sandwich which has been kept soft by being regularly washed and resealed in clingfilm. Ampus (n.): A lurid bruise which you can''t remember getting. Anantnag (vb.): (Eskimo term) To bang your thumbs between the oars when rowing.
    nixedermix - Posted 81 months ago
  • Abruzzo (n.): The worn patch of ground under a swing. Acklins (pl. n.): The odd twinges you get in parts of your body when you scratch other parts. Ahenny (adj.): The way people stand when examining other people''s bookshelves. Aigburth (n.): Any piece of readily identifiable anatomy found amongst cooked meat. Aith (n.): The single bristle that sticks out sideways on a cheap paintbrush. Albacete (n.): A single surprisingly long hair growing in the middle of nowhere. Alcoy (adj.): Wanting to be bullied into having another drink. Amlwch (n.): A British Rail sandwich which has been kept soft by being regularly washed and resealed in clingfilm. Ampus (n.): A lurid bruise which you can''t remember getting. Anantnag (vb.): (Eskimo term) To bang your thumbs between the oars when rowing.
    nixedermix - Posted 81 months ago
  • I love words.....
    nixedermix - Posted 81 months ago

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