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|Violett, the Battlecat
*harrumph* (n)----This is actually the equivalent of two *ahem*s.
Mandu Kitty Purred: Mon Jan 8, '07 3:30pm PST
OMGoodness! And they say Texan is a funny language, ROFMOL
oh,my Opiekins, you just have the cuteste words ever, and I would love anything my sweetums wants to get me... you are just so sweet and loving, Bluie who loves Opiekins..
Squiggle (v) (Azurine Ambrosia)---To wiggle and squeeze, simultaneously, into or under something.- Ex: Bluie squiggled under the sofa .
These are some bodacious words!
Angel Pie Joe Thunderbear
tumped over (adj .we think. By Sasha Liz This is the same as dumped; to turn over something that shouldn't be turned over, causing content to splat on the ground or floor. ex: The kitty tumped over Mommi's plant.
Begging your pardon, Mr. APJ, but tump is a verb :-> Tumped is past tense. (please forgive my mom - she just LOVES this thread) co-editorially, Sasha
*HMPHH*---But Sasha, doesn't "tumped over" describe an adjective? I mean noun? *ahem*, er... Let's see, yes you are right, a verb, ok but how about THIS: She stepped on the tumped-over plant" --??--hmmm, Mommi says we might be stretching things a bit here....Bumfuzzlaciously but Correctly, Opie the Thunderbear
Yes, Sasha and we want to keep this thread going until roughly the end of time! So suggest words!
ummmmm, let's see. How about abnourmous, as in something huge and all out of shape. "My Daddy's stomach looked abnourmous after Christmas dinner." (Daddy doesn't read these, does he, Mom?)
Now, I am still concerned over this "tumped-over" thing. And I guess one can say "He tumped it over"--- and that is a verb....hmmm,,,this is as baffling as a fantora, and yall KNOW how puzzling THEY can be......--Verbosely, Opie the T.
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