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GillH
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Post by GillH »

:lol: :clap:
Jazbees wrote: June 27th, 2024, 5:34 pm SHIELD

"Sooooooo...hey! I—"

"Eric, let's dance."

"—sure, Heather!"

Immediately Eric's languid demeanor sharpened. He instinctively, elegantly led: dipping, sliding...

Heather, impressed, exclaimed, "Lovely, darling."

DISCOUNT
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DISCOUNT

"Did I say Charlie's over? Unannounced; no-one told."
"Duh. It's surely classic of Uncle. Now?"
"This dinner-time. I should call Olga, unless..."
"Not today. Diving in Socorro. Can't oblige Uncle."
"Neither..."
"Tony!"
"Don't interrupt!"
"Someone's coming. Officer?!"
"Upsetting news. Tony Duncan?"
Instinctively sitting, Colin only understood nine tenths.
"...driving in Sussex.... couldn't operate ... unexpected... no time."
Devastated in spirit. Colin offset unemotional no-tears Tony.

SAD
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Post by maxgal »

GillH wrote: June 28th, 2024, 4:55 am DISCOUNT

"Did I say Charlie's over? Unannounced; no-one told."
"Duh. It's surely classic of Uncle. Now?"
"This dinner-time. I should call Olga, unless..."
"Not today. Diving in Socorro. Can't oblige Uncle."
"Neither..."
"Tony!"
"Don't interrupt!"
"Someone's coming. Officer?!"
"Upsetting news. Tony Duncan?"
Instinctively sitting, Colin only understood nine tenths.
"...driving in Sussex.... couldn't operate ... unexpected... no time."
Devastated in spirit. Colin offset unemotional no-tears Tony.
This sounds like a BBC period drama. :D
Louise
"every little breeze..."

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Post by maxgal »

SAD:

Standard American Diet...
So accessible, doubtless.
Still, amazingly duplicitous.
Struth! Alarmingly damaging.

ZIFO
Louise
"every little breeze..."

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Post by Jazbees »

ZIFO

"Zebras in Five Octaves"

"Zounds!" Irving favored orangutans. Zebras? If Francisco's orchestral zaniness increased, friends of zoos in France, Oman, Zanzibar—incensed!

"Francisco? One zillion irate followers: out!"

UHBGTFC
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UHBGTFC

Unhappy, Helen begged George to forego clams.

SEAFOOD
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Post by ballethorse »

SEAFOOD

Seals
Eat
After
Fish
Open
Orange
Drums

HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSESQUIPPEDALIOPHOBIA

Good luck! :lol:
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HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSESQUIPPEDALIOPHOBIA
Howard Inglis Perseveringly Peeped Onto (the) Patio Of Teresa Oldwin Making Old Nests Sweet To Raid Oranges, So Evelyne Summerside Quaintly Upended (the) Icebox Proudly. Peter Entered, Denounced All, Left Incensed, (and) Oranges, Protected, Heightened Obtusely, Bringing Interest (to) All.
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and ...?
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:clap: :clap: :lol:
Bookworm360 wrote: July 10th, 2024, 12:24 pm HIPPOPOTOMONSTROSESQUIPPEDALIOPHOBIA
Howard Inglis Perseveringly Peeped Onto (the) Patio Of Teresa Oldwin Making Old Nests Sweet To Raid Oranges, So Evelyne Summerside Quaintly Upended (the) Icebox Proudly. Peter Entered, Denounced All, Left Incensed, (and) Oranges, Protected, Heightened Obtusely, Bringing Interest (to) All.
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Oh, right. :oops:
VALHALLA
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Post by GillH »

VALHALLA

Victor and Lydia helped a lonely lady, Alice. Veronica appeared.
"Look! Here's Auntie," Lydia lovingly articulated.
"Visitors are lovely, Have a little lapsong."
"As valuable as liquid heroine!"
"A lot less addictive."
"Veritably amazing. Let's have another."
"La-di-da! LESS addictive?"

TEATIME
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TEATIME

Teasing
Edward
Always
Turns
Into
Mild
Excitement

MUSTARD
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MUSTARD

My usual sustenance: Thai. Absolutely, ridiculously delicious!

CURRY
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Post by GillH »

CURRY

Couples - up! Rock ('n) roll yoga continues until rumba-ing Roger yodels.

DANCE
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