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too much seriousness, favourite words - djfada - 8th October 2007

so lately all i read on here is seriousness and i end up moaning cos im a complainer


so im starting a post of favourite words, nice words that ya like and make you think of nice things like bunnies and marshmallow flavoured bunnies






ill start....



flannel Smile


too much seriousness, favourite words - mattrick - 8th October 2007

spigot


too much seriousness, favourite words - djfada - 8th October 2007

^ ooo thats a good one






tinfoil <<<< it reminds me of robots and packed lunches Smile


too much seriousness, favourite words - Paradigm X - 8th October 2007

anklet


too much seriousness, favourite words - docius - 8th October 2007

tissit


too much seriousness, favourite words - good morning captain - 8th October 2007

cake

whenever i say cake i can almost taste chocolate cake, it's the same with chocolate. and i by no means have a sweet tooth, it's just something about the way u say the word's, try it now, say cake ten times to ureself and i bet u get a craving for cake!


too much seriousness, favourite words - Statto - 8th October 2007

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too much seriousness, favourite words - djfada - 8th October 2007

cake, cake, cake, cake, cake, cake, cake, cake, cake, cake,

shit it works i turned into a giant piece of battenburg

and on that note...



marzipan <<< it tastes horrible but what a great word, trips off the tongue like something that trips off something really well Baffled (insert metaphor) (or is it similie Baffled)


too much seriousness, favourite words - Naphta - 8th October 2007

'Apocalypse'

Lol


not sure how cuddly that one is tho...


too much seriousness, favourite words - Slothrop - 8th October 2007

'Cusp.'


too much seriousness, favourite words - Slothrop - 8th October 2007

Oh, and 'innit' used in a grammatically inappropriate context ie somewhere where 'isn't it' wouldn't make sense.
"It's on tuesday, innit" - boring.
"I've been shopping, innit" - better.


too much seriousness, favourite words - ALPHA OMEGA - 8th October 2007

boobs


too much seriousness, favourite words - djfada - 8th October 2007

moobs


too much seriousness, favourite words - beckett - 8th October 2007

felch


too much seriousness, favourite words - Stacks - 9th October 2007

haberdashery

bulb


too much seriousness, favourite words - ALPHA OMEGA - 9th October 2007

facesitting

teabagging


too much seriousness, favourite words - choronzon - 9th October 2007

Ekka


too much seriousness, favourite words - pressure. - 9th October 2007

skeng


too much seriousness, favourite words - ALPHA OMEGA - 9th October 2007

kiplings

battenburg


too much seriousness, favourite words - Andyskopes - 9th October 2007

flunch

haberdashery


too much seriousness, favourite words - Sir Loris of Crowthorne - 9th October 2007

Galangal.

WHAT A WORD!


too much seriousness, favourite words - ALPHA OMEGA - 9th October 2007

is that patois?

In Jamaican 'galangyal' means

Girl please remove yourself from my presence forthwith and post haste.


too much seriousness, favourite words - tyranny - 9th October 2007

millinery

fulguration

fulcrum

encuntment

embouchure

nihilism

defenestration


too much seriousness, favourite words - Sir Loris of Crowthorne - 9th October 2007

ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:is that patois?

....could be Jamaican also

I overheard me mate's sister saying it and thought it was amusing

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galangal

Really tasty in a curry.


too much seriousness, favourite words - good morning captain - 9th October 2007

Sir Loris Of Crowthorne Wrote:
ALPHA OMEGA Wrote:is that patois?

....could be Jamaican also

I overheard me mate's sister saying it and thought it was amusing

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galangal

Really tasty in a curry.

mmmmm love the stuff my grandma uses it alot in her cookin as she is nonya, which is also another word that i think sounds nice!