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POUNCE!!!!
06/May/09 3:17 AM
One tequila, two tequila
three tequila, floor!
06/May/09 3:37 AM
Interestingly, the best margarita I've ever had was on the outside deck at Latitude 31 Raw Bar on Jekyll Island. It's not even a Mexican restaurant. They also have the best peel & eat steamed shrimp in the world!!! (If you don't believe me, come on out and taste 'em yourself!!!)
06/May/09 3:41 AM
Fiona would be making friends with the floor after one, Jane
06/May/09 3:42 AM
The best margarita I ever had was in Mexico at a hotel bar. The bartender showed us how to make them and gave us his recipe, after he swore us to secrecy. Oh, yes, we have made them at home! Olé! (it's all in the tequila, folks!)
06/May/09 3:48 AM
I never said I fell flat on my face after one!!! I suffered terribly the NEXT day!!
06/May/09 3:53 AM
I suppose crawling wouldn't technically be considered flat on the floor....
Little "hair of the dog" might have been in order, Fiona.
06/May/09 4:19 AM
but hey, why do I feel the need to justify any of this?????
06/May/09 4:29 AM

A little girl is in line to see Santa. When it's her turn, she climbs up on Santa's lap. Santa asks, "What would you like Santa to bring you for Christmas?" The little girl replies, "I want a Barbie and a G.I. Joe."
Santa looks at the little girl for a moment and says, More...
06/May/09 4:32 AM
It has certainly gone all quiet tonight
06/May/09 6:53 AM
Sorry Ian I missed the 2 hour marker will 2 hours and 21 minutes count?
06/May/09 6:55 AM
Do you think Keith and Lynne are home now?
06/May/09 6:56 AM
I have a new keyboard and desk top computer so I will use this time to get use to a French keyboard again
06/May/09 6:57 AM
....and to have a little cp whilst I am here.
06/May/09 6:57 AM
Have a nice day everyone.
And,
A very special nice and happy day to Najee-Kulit.
to you .
06/May/09 7:13 AM

That's ok, GannieMo, so did I. There'll be another chance. Of course, 2:22 would have been a smashing accomplishment.

06/May/09 7:30 AM
Are we having another rest?
06/May/09 8:37 AM
I figure Keith and Lynne should be home by now - but probably exhausted.
06/May/09 9:09 AM
I checked the plane and it landed in SF on time. So should be home by now.
Welcome Home Keith and Lynne.
06/May/09 9:16 AM
A marriage may be made in heaven, but the maintenance must be done on earth.
06/May/09 9:17 AM
It's National Teacher's Day here in the States -- Thanks to all who teach - either in the classroom, in the house and by your actions - I think we all have something to teach.
06/May/09 9:20 AM
My marital matches are made in heaven but destroyed by others on earth
06/May/09 9:22 AM
I went to a Local Zoo today - after my Mom's funeral, they have a sunken garden -- it was full of tulips - just wonderful, I alway enjoy the outdoors and it always brings me peace. I hope you have a special place to enjoy.
06/May/09 9:22 AM
Mymare: More alliterative to say "we each have something to teach"
06/May/09 9:23 AM
Mymare: from what you say does it mean your Mom has just passed away?
06/May/09 9:25 AM
Sorry. I missed the news. I am so sorry about not heeding; but even more sorry that you have lost your mum.
06/May/09 9:29 AM
Good Morning everyone
06/May/09 9:37 AM

marraige?

why make one woman miserable when you can keep several happy?

06/May/09 9:39 AM

Rayray, a querulous quibble:

By definition, alliteration involves consonants, not vowels or diphthongs.

06/May/09 9:42 AM
Ian: I thought that alliteration with consonants was termed "consonantal alliteration" whilst vowel repetition was termed "vocalic alliteration" ???
06/May/09 10:28 AM
Maybe vocalic alliteration is where the same consonant + vowle are repeated but in the same combiation. I am unsure.
06/May/09 10:30 AM
My keyboard is on the blink I am afraid. I must check more carefully with that in mind.
06/May/09 10:30 AM
I wonder what "internal" rhyming is called
06/May/09 10:31 AM
Gorgeous blue eyes.
Went to a quiz nite last nite. Our table got beaten by half a point. What is blog an abbreviation for. I know now.
06/May/09 10:50 AM
to you,
to you,
dear Najee_Kulit!
to you!
May your special day be wonderful with a and lots of !

06/May/09 10:50 AM

Rayray: I think it's called "internal rhyming."

Coleridge, "In mist or cloud, on mast or shroud"

06/May/09 10:52 AM
Darn, missed Rayray! Oh well whenever you come on-site, do know I truly enjoyed the bawdy poem! Kind of reminds me of Shakespeare's comedies. The dialog in The Taming of the Shrew comes to mind.
06/May/09 10:56 AM
My reference says that Ian is right and alliteration relates to consonants. Where vowels are involved it indicates the word is assonance.
06/May/09 11:00 AM
Who wants the TOP!!!
06/May/09 11:01 AM
The next person that submits.
06/May/09 11:02 AM
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