The Infamous Hijacked Thread.....

pygmalion

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Have you ever noticed how many well-educated and intelligent people can't spell, especially homynyms? Ms. Rasner, my second grade teacher, would be appalled!
 
A homonymical poem by Janet E. Byford

An Ode to the Spelling Chequer
Prays the Lord for the spelling chequer
That came with our pea sea!
Mecca mistake and it puts you rite
Its so easy to ewes, you sea.

I never used to no, was it e before eye?
(Four sometimes its eye before e.)
But now I've discovered the quay to success
It's as simple as won, too, free!

Sew watt if you lose a letter or two,
The whirled won't come two an end!
Can't you sea? It's as plane as the knows on yore face
S. Chequer's my very best friend

I've always had trubble with letters that double
"Is it one or to S's?" I'd wine
But now, as I've tolled you this chequer is grate
And its hi thyme you got won, like mine.

—Janet E. Byford
 
DancePoet said:
motardmom wrote: "I really need to buy a new measuring cup when I go to the store again..."

I need to find my pie dough recipe! :shock: :roll: :(
I've got a great one if you would like me to share...

DancePoet said:
motardmom wrote: "If I just rubbed some Tide all over myself, I wouldn't have to wash my clothes when I took them off at the end of the day, and I wouldn't need a shower either. Hmm...."

Hmmm ... I could really go places with this, but ... then I'd be flirting with a married woman.

(DP says to self: Not a good idea DP! Bad idea! Very bad!)
Bad? No way!!! You flirt with me, I'll flirt with you, noooo problem! Just as long as you know it will get you nowhere but the dance floor!!!! :lol:

And finally...

peachexploration said:
A homonymical poem by Janet E. Byford

An Ode to the Spelling Chequer
My sil's mom's name is very similar to the name of this author. She's a little bit of a feminazi. I'm all for feminism, but I think that woman takes it to the point of offense. *cringe*
 

DancePoet

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MacMoto wrote: "Hmm, somebody's been busy while I was shopping :roll:

:lol:

DancePoet wrote; "Reminds me of a saying, "Coffee, tea, or me?" ;) :lol:"
And MacMoto replied: "Are you offering? :wink: "

Why of course! ;)

MacMoto wrote: "As I said, I HATE shopping :x I can think of a dozen better things to do with the time -- dancing, dining out, dancing, watching a good film, dancing, a nice stroll, dancing, sitting by open fire sipping a cup of hot chocolate, dancing, cutting flowers from my garden (season and weather permitting), dancing... :lol:"

Hmmm ... this sounds awfully familiar. ;)
 

DancePoet

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Pacion quoted peachexploration: "Hmm, how many ways can you package invitations. How many colors, types of paper and not to mention e-cards, a nod as an invitation, etc. So many choices, ideas and creativity..... :)"

And then wrote: ":lol: I think I will leave that one for DP or is it D_P or is it dP or Dp or dp or however he chooses to spell his name :twisted: to answer that one :lol:"

:lol: Well, my dear pacion ... there's a simple answer ... many! ;)
 

DancePoet

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motardmom quoted DancePoet: "I need to find my pie dough recipe! :shock: :roll: :("

And offered: "I've got a great one if you would like me to share..."

Sure! PM me with the recipe and I'll give it a try! ;)

And she wrote: "Bad? No way!!! You flirt with me, I'll flirt with you, noooo problem! Just as long as you know it will get you nowhere but the dance floor!!!! :lol:

I suppose in a way my comment was a flirt, and the dance floor sounds fair to me. :)
 
Flirting is fun! I like to flirt, but I also like to dance, play music, sing and eat! I also like to cook. Just a sidethought... is it possible to break all 10 commandments at the very same time :?: :!:
 

MacMoto

Active Member
mambo_munkey said:
is it possible to break all 10 commandments at the very same time :?: :!:
Doable, I think... a bit hectic (and probably quite messy) doing all those things you shouldn't do in one go perhaps, but doable.
Now check out DF's Commandments of Salsa! 8)

Salsa tonight! :D A salsa classmate's having her birthday bash, with one of my fave DJs on the deck -- should be good 8)
 

pygmalion

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Have you ever gone running on the deck of a cruise ship? I can't imagine why people do. Just trying to be cute, I guess. Everyone knows they were up drinking and dancing until 3:00 am, so what exactly is the appeal of rising at six to run on the wet and slippery deck? Show-offs! :tongue:
 
In the excellent movie Unforgiven, a guy who called himself, or rarther was called by his biographer, 'The Duke of Death' was mockingly called 'The Duck of death'.

Those who haven't seen this movie should really go see it!
 
Mallard Ducks are common wild ducks that live in Northern Hemisphere wetlands. Most domestic (tame) ducks were bred from mallards. The female is called a hen, the male is called a drake, and the young are called ducklings.
 

tj

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pygmalion said:
Have you ever gone running on the deck of a cruise ship? I can't imagine why people do. Just trying to be cute, I guess. Everyone knows they were up drinking and dancing until 3:00 am, so what exactly is the appeal of rising at six to run on the wet and slippery deck? Show-offs! :tongue:
Try dancing a rueda on the deck of a cruise ship!
 

pygmalion

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peachexploration said:
Mallard Ducks are common wild ducks that live in Northern Hemisphere wetlands. Most domestic (tame) ducks were bred from mallards. The female is called a hen, the male is called a drake, and the young are called ducklings.
I hate doing a duck (the dance move.) The only move I hate worse is ... two ducks. :lol:
 

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