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    I go through phases with words and have favorites the current ones are:

    Flange, Aardvark and Pangolin.

    Anyone else wnat to share their happy words.
    My phone has more Processing power than the Computers NASA used to fake the Moon Landings

  • #2
    Smorgasbord, strudel, flange (it just rolls off the tongue!), chitting (though OH is convinced the potates are "chittering")

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    • #3
      sunshine
      warm beer (am I allowed two?)
      rugby
      wine

      ...there appears to be a theme developing here!
      aka
      Suzie

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      • #4
        • Grapevine
        • Ornythology
        • Cumquat
        • Firtle
        A simple dude trying to grow veg. http://haywayne.blogspot.com/

        BLOG UPDATED! http://haywayne.blogspot.com/2012/01...ar-demand.html 30/01/2012

        Practise makes us a little better, it doesn't make us perfect.


        What would Vedder do?

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        • #5
          abundance, abundance, abundance (an abundance of abundances!)
          Last edited by lainey lou; 22-05-2008, 07:37 AM.
          Imagination is everything, it is a preview of what is to become.

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          • #6
            Abundance is a disco in a bakery, isn't it? I can never think of favourite words off the top of my head. An English teacher once told us to write a description of a garden, and replace all the plant names with words we thought were beautiful. I simply couldn't do it - so I just made the description as funny as I could. Mr Elton commented that the sense of beauty seemed to get a little lost - I don't think he got it!

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            • #7
              Vegging (down time from the plot)
              Actually (DD's fav word, 'actually I can do it myself'!!)
              Blue (to be used as a greeting, alright blue!)
              I'm only here cos I got on the wrong bus.

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              • #8
                Off the point totally but my OH grew up in Bedworth Rowan.
                Imagination is everything, it is a preview of what is to become.

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                • #9
                  fav words:-

                  Ducky Ducky Doo Dah - instead of Oh F****

                  Exasperated - especially in important, i am fed up letters!!!!

                  Germinating & propagation - great words!

                  SS

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                  • #10
                    This just popped into my head - Muffler
                    A simple dude trying to grow veg. http://haywayne.blogspot.com/

                    BLOG UPDATED! http://haywayne.blogspot.com/2012/01...ar-demand.html 30/01/2012

                    Practise makes us a little better, it doesn't make us perfect.


                    What would Vedder do?

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by lainey lou View Post
                      Off the point totally but my OH grew up in Bedworth Rowan.
                      And later escaped, I take it?

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                      • #12
                        discombobulated !

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                        • #13
                          I also love aardvark and pangolin.
                          Even better than those, though, is 'archipelago'.
                          I also love the word 'fwing', which is made up, but very descriptive of new fern fronds (see my last but one blog entry for an explanation!)
                          http://inelegantgardener.blogspot.com

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                          • #14
                            contort, it just sounds interesting. flange is one of mine as well, it has lots and lots of uses both clean and dirty

                            and of course being Cornish my favourite word just has to be 'Drekly'
                            Kernow rag nevra

                            Some people feel the rain, others just get wet.
                            Bob Dylan

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                            • #15
                              Plinth
                              Flange
                              Crevice.

                              Blogging at..... www.thecynicalgardener.wordpress.com

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