palooka commented on the word Sheen of Tears
Sheen of Tears is the progeny of Maudlin & Shimmer of Silk
March 10, 2012
palooka commented on the word squirting cucumber
This is either a plant or an indication that you need to buy new kitchen knives.
palooka commented on the word our love was strictly subprime
March 9, 2009
palooka commented on the word she was a predatory lender of love
It hurts when your love is foreclosed upon.
March 8, 2009
palooka commented on the word spaghettification
Your funny bilby! I'm still laughing.
November 3, 2008
palooka commented on the word windsong
One of John Denver's most beautiful & poetic songs:"The wind is the whisper of our mother the earthThe wind is the hand of our father the skyThe wind watches over our struggles and pleasuresThe wind is the goddess who first learned to flyThe wind is the bearer of bad and good tidingsThe weaver of darkness, the bringer of dawnThe wind gives the rain, then builds us a rainbowThe wind is the singer who sang the first songThe wind is a twister of anger and warningThe wind brings the fragrance of freshly mown hayThe wind is a racer, a wild stallion runningThe sweet taste of love on a slow summer's dayThe wind knows the songs of the cities and canyonsThe thunder of mountains, the roar of the seaThe wind is the taker and giver of morningsThe wind is the symbol of all that is freeSo welcome the wind and the wisdom she offersFollow her summons when she calls againIn your heart and your spirit let the breezesSurround youLift up your voice then and sing with the wind
October 20, 2008
palooka commented on the user palooka
Thanks gangerh - appreciate your kind words! "Into the Heart" was a fractal processed through a Flaming Pear filter called Flexify.The fractal itself was made with a program called Tierazon.
palooka commented on the word did you ever have to make up your mind
This Lovin Spoonful song describes a dilemma we all have to struggle with everyday of our lives:Did you ever have to make up your mind?Pick up on one and leave the other one behindIt's not often easy, and not often kindDid you ever have to make up your mind?Did you ever have to finally decide?Say yes to one and let the other one rideThere's so many changes, and tears you must hideDid you ever have to finally decide?Sometimes there's one with deep blue eyes, cute as a bunnyWith hair down to here, and plenty of moneyAnd just when you think she's that one in the worldYour heart gets stolen by some mousy little girlAnd then you know you better make up your mindPick up on one and leave the other one behindIt's not often easy, and not often kindDid you ever have to make up your mind?Sometimes you really dig a girl the moment you kiss herAnd then you get distracted by her older sisterWhen in walks her father and takes you in lineAnd says "Better go home, son, and make up your mind."Then you bet you'd better finally decide!And say yes to one and let the other one rideThere's so many changes, and tears you must hideDid you ever have to finally decide"
palooka commented on the word you dont own me
A very powerful song dontcry as was "Society's Child".
palooka commented on the word mr tambourine man
Bob Dylan's poetry:Hey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meI'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going toHey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meIn the jingle jangle morning I'll come followin' you.Though I know that evenin's empire has returned into sandVanished from my handLeft me blindly here to stand but still not sleepingMy weariness amazes me, I'm branded on my feetI have no one to meetAnd the ancient empty street's too dead for dreaming.Hey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meI'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going toHey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meIn the jingle jangle morning I'll come followin' you.Take me on a trip upon your magic swirlin' shipMy senses have been stripped, my hands can't feel to gripMy toes too numb to step, wait only for my boot heelsTo be wanderin'I'm ready to go anywhere, I'm ready for to fadeInto my own parade, cast your dancing spell my wayI promise to go under it.Hey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meI'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going toHey ! Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meIn the jingle jangle morning I'll come followin' you.Though you might hear laughin', spinnin' swingin' madly across the sunIt's not aimed at anyone, it's just escapin' on the runAnd but for the sky there are no fences facin'And if you hear vague traces of skippin' reels of rhymeTo your tambourine in time, it's just a ragged clown behindI wouldn't pay it any mind, it's just a shadow you'reSeein' that he's chasing.Hey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meI'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going toHey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meIn the jingle jangle morning I'll come followin' you.Then take me disappearin' through the smoke rings of my mindDown the foggy ruins of time, far past the frozen leavesThe haunted, frightened trees, out to the windy beachFar from the twisted reach of crazy sorrowYes, to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving freeSilhouetted by the sea, circled by the circus sandsWith all memory and fate driven deep beneath the wavesLet me forget about today until tomorrow.Hey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meI'm not sleepy and there is no place I'm going toHey Mr Tambourine Man, play a song for meIn the jingle jangle morning I'll come followin' you.
Lesley Gore's rendition of teenage angst:"You don't own me, I'm not just one of your many toysYou don't own me, don't say I can't go with other boysAnd don't tell me what to doAnd don't tell me what to sayAnd please, when I go out with youDon't put me on display, 'causeYou don't own me, don't try to change me in any wayYou don't own me, don't tie me down 'cause I'd never stayOh, I don't tell you what to sayI don't tell you what to doSo just let me be myselfThat's all I ask of youI'm young and I love to be youngI'm free and I love to be freeTo live my life the way I wantTo say and do whatever I pleaseA-a-a-nd don't tell me what to doOh-h-h-h don't tell me what to sayAnd please, when I go out with youDon't put me on displayI don't tell you what to sayOh-h-h-h don't tell you what to doSo just let me be myselfThat's all I ask of youI'm young and I love to be youngI'm free and I love to be freeTo live my life the way I want"
palooka commented on the list war-in-iraq
Nah, I think it's old news now bilby.
October 15, 2008
palooka commented on the list onyx-the-glue-stick
This is cool electricblue - a list as a diary. It's good to be a visual artist - not easy, but fulfilling. Draw what you enjoy drawing & don't second-guess yourself too much, or try to be too hard on yourself. Art will lead you where it will.
October 6, 2008
palooka commented on the list learned-or-encountered-in-reading
That's cool c_b. Serendipitous lists can be fun to explore.
palooka commented on the word whamboozled
A madeupical term by Norman Chad, color commentator for the World Series of Poker. It generally means the player is behind and will be beat or eliminated from a tournament if the dealer doesn't turn up the card they need to win.
palooka commented on the word subtrahend
Simply "a quantity or number to be subtracted from another" Pretty word.
October 5, 2008
palooka commented on the word xee
I hope it doesn't produce artifacts of jaggies or enhance chromatic aberrancy.
Xee can:"Losslessy rotate and crop JPEG images"
palooka commented on the word opulent
Beautiful quotation Bilby.
October 4, 2008
palooka commented on the word complimentary skin-care kit
Us guys would like that too. Would it interfere with guy makeup?
October 2, 2008
palooka commented on the word delete other users widget
A widget allowing you to completely & permanently delete other wordies, but not Pro level wordies.
palooka commented on the word a piranha of mortgage lenders
Thanks c_b & thanks to reesetee for providing this outlet.
October 1, 2008
palooka commented on the list •-wordie-pro
Good idea! I often register free software or sign up for a Pro account just to support the author. I may not even need the extra features. If something provides enjoyment, I enjoy making a donation to keep the writer of the software/website happy.How about the ability to include definitions on our pages - that would be a Pro enhancement.
My apologies to piranhas.
September 30, 2008
palooka commented on the word prologue
Well, bilby is writing about a sacred serpent myth popular on the Indonesian island of sekurang-kurangnya. The serpent is called a pembaca-pembaca and anyone who looks into its eyes will turn into a menyenangkan (half lizard, half raccoon which is the connection to Pro's story). I think berkembang is misspelled however.
September 28, 2008
I think Prolagus is describing a play involving a fat (il fatto) raccoon (una raccolta) that speaks all languages (in tutte le lingue), and is searching desperately to understand the message (questo messagio) sent to it by a person named qualcuno.
palooka commented on the word vespertilian
"of, relating to, or resembling a bat."
palooka commented on the list choice-questionable-spells-generated-for-me-by-seventh-sanctum
I saw your pirate ship list & especially liked the morbid mermaid. The Seventh Sanctum is a great find.
Great idea! You came up with excellent creations. I generated Luminous Enchantment of Vindictiveness, Triton's Passageway, Ruined Nursery of the Demon, Cranberry Cocofudge and a Yarn Bomb. Fun site though very addictive.
palooka commented on the list real-estate-law
September 26, 2008
palooka commented on the list please-add-these-words
Let's all add palooka to your lists. There's a word that should be in the Hot 100! We understand your concerns zuccaciyecioglu but it's a lost cause unless you spend the rest of your days monitoring the Hot 100 & rallying your fellow Wordies to add safe & sane words.
This is a lost cause. Every third person who joins Wordie will add fuck to their list and begin giggling.Fuck's a good word, a pithy way to describe one of life's supreme pleasures.You need to find a way to copy the Hot 100 list as a text file, then delete the words you don't want your child to see.Fuck will never go away.
palooka commented on the list fun-cartoon-names
Thanks Bilby! I overlooked your great suggestion.
September 23, 2008
palooka commented on the list shapes
Great word - thanks zuccaciyecioglu
palooka commented on the word capo di tutti capo
It sounds like a desert dish Pro, a nice capo di tutti di capi with whipped cream. It's especially good after a dinner of kundalini in a clam sauce, or it's also refreshing just before going to bed.
September 10, 2008
palooka commented on the list things-that-get-way-more-fun-when-you-add-a-p-to-them
Another fun list idea bilby!
palooka commented on the list http-www-orbitmerchantsolutions-com
Just trying to help them get ahead in this crazy old world reesetee.
September 4, 2008
And OrbitMerchants doesn't talk to me. Where's the customer service OrbitMerchants? It's not often a company as minuscule as yours has a chance to build a relationship with a fast growing babes & vegetables porn site like mine. Get on the damn bus Gus!
I can work Chad into the video, Pro. Is he available? Does he have a way with eggplants?
Say OrbitMerchants, can I send you some of my x-rated videos? I have a great one featuring a tall, curvaceous redhead fondling an overripe eggplant. It's hot!
Morbid Merchants is interesting Pro, can you morbidly orbit?
Yea Pro, I envision some guy in a stained t-shirt sitting in front of his monitor hoping someone will send him their bank account info.
Orbit is a cool word to have in your company's name. It conjures up images of circling & circling, yet never going anywhere. Such futility OrbitMerchants.
If they would show a little customer service here Pro & quote me prices for my x-rated hot babe/vegetable video site, I could compare. But there showing me NO customer service at all - none, zero, zip.
OrbitMerchants - there's something "out there" about that name. Like spacey, you know, like a dark planet full of dead merchants seeking solutions - but there are no solutions, just death, just dead merchants. What a grisly company OrbitMerchants is!
I'm trying to help these credit card processing bozos Pro, & are they listening? Are they reaching out and thanking me? No! What the hell kind of service is this! Hey OrbitMerchants, where's the customer service here?
"Orbit/Squalid Merchants, Orbit/Squalid Merchants": doesn't that have a beautiful ring to it? It would be the ring of endless wealth swooshing into their bank accounts. Get on the bus, Gus. Make this your new plan, Stan. There must be 50 ways to leave your poverty!
"Squalid internet videos/OrbitMerchants. That has a better ring to it. Squalid Merchant Solutions - wow! There's a big market for credit card processing solutions for X-rated sites. C'mon Orbit/Squalid Merchants, I'm opening a door for you here, a door to fabulous riches. I think I'll need to charge you to work with me.
My stuff will fly off the shelf OrbitMerchants, you will make so much money working with me! When people think "dirty internet videos", I want them to think OrbitMerchantSolutions. This is going to be big! Please check in & answer my inquiries here.
Hey, you all be nice to OrbitMerchantSolutions - they may be ok guys. Say OrbitMerchants, I'm starting a porn video site featuring hot babes interacting with common garden vegetables, & I heard OrbitMerchant is the premier supplier of merchant accounts to porn sites.How do I contact you about getting my own merchant account for my xxx-rated site?
palooka commented on the word tyrannosaurus reesetee
c_b has a great memory.
September 3, 2008
True, Tyrannosaurus Reesetee is usually found in India, especially along the shores of the Ganges where it feeds on water plants and hapless tourists.
September 2, 2008
You're both correct. People have caught brief glimpses of TR in the forests of Pennsylvania, but it's never been photographed. It's existence has never really been documented.
palooka commented on the word palookasaurus rox
I don't know how unassuming this dinosaur was reesetee. I heard it has an ego the size of a clipper ship.
palooka commented on the word bilbydactyl
A large, flightless dinosaur with primitive wings, primitive legs, and primitive senses but possessing an enlarged brain, one of the largest brains ever discovered for an extinct reptile. Scientists aren't certain what the brain was used for.
Thanks frogapplause, I'm honored! May the Great Albino Squirrel protect and guide you always.
A ferocious bipedal dinosaur that terrorized the Pennsylvanian Period but became extinct when the other dinosaurs discovered it was a southpaw & were able to easily evade its attacks by sidestepping & dodging to its right. No other left-handed dinosaur species was ever discovered.
palooka commented on the word spamasaurus
Nice description c_b!
palooka commented on the word librasaur
The Librasaur branch also produced the MobileLibrasaur, a small, swift, un-bespectacled creature skilled at plundering other dinosaur's book collections. It was a nasty little dinosaur that became extinct when it refused to pay fines on overdue books was hunted to extinction by the terrifying Librarianosaur.
palooka commented on the word perrycomosaurus
A smooth, affable dinosaur that stepped lightly through the ancient fern forests of the proto-Italian peninsula and was never known to bother another creature.
September 1, 2008
palooka commented on the word rayososaurus
Interesting stuff. Love chained-bear's commentary!
August 1, 2008
palooka commented on the list office-space-for-lease
Dick is a very caring VP. He regards the countries of the world as his children & every so often he feels they need to be spanked for their own good. And the other countries/children definitely shouldn't speak unless spoken to, which the Bush regime doesn't believe in doing.Dick loves you all!
August 31, 2008
I was having breakfast with Dick just this morning. The VP is actually a fun guy. We sat at an outside table & he brought his shotgun & was blasting pigeons while we ate. "Time for a bird regime change" he kept hissing between shots.By the way our office has a shotgun room also. That's why I haven't told the VP about our secret project.
palooka commented on the list towns-with-sizeable-albino-squirrel-populations
From the photos I've seen albino squirrels are beautiful creatures - they look like emissaries from the spirit world. If I encountered an albino squirrel, I would fall on my knees & do whatever it told me to do.
It's a possibility you and rolig may have to be put down reesetee. You know too much already.
palooka commented on the list self-portrait-with-seven-fingers
Great list idea bilby. Are you an artist?
Well, I do rolig though from my first comment it sounds like the IRS.I work for a very secret federal agency. All I can tell you is that we're testing the concept that other countries besides the USA are ok. But I'm not supposed to talk about it.We also have a vending machine room if we feel like making a donation to the vending machine companies.
If you were describing the office where I work you'd also include the torture room and the dungeon.
August 30, 2008
palooka commented on the word sludgy
This is a great word to describe various ineptly prepared meals bilby. My sister-in-law specializes in sludgy cuisine.
palooka commented on the word bang the bomb
palooka commented on the list extreme-hot-sauces
If I spot some wimp retardant I'll ship it to you bilby. I think it would be fun to have a bottle of you lousy bastard hot sauce on the table. It would be something special to offer guests.
palooka commented on the word superettelet
Smaller than a superette, but larger than a 7-11.
They obviously know what they're selling!
palooka commented on the list philately
Great list reesetee - your usual thorough job
August 29, 2008
palooka commented on the word radix is spam
I miss Radix. This is the first time that a list we overran was deleted by the owner. Good work Wordie troopers!
palooka commented on the word you picked a good time to spam me lucille
I wonder if the line should have read "You picked a fine time to spam me Lucille?"I like your next line c_b.
August 28, 2008
palooka commented on the list squopping-your-wink-a-glossary-of-tiddlywinks
A treasury of wonderful words & definitions c_b! Love this list.
August 27, 2008
palooka commented on the word gaytarded
I tend to pontificate a lot seanahan. I guess it all depends on the spirit (& consideration) with which a word is listed. I can be hypocritical - sometimes my holier-than-thou attitude hurts/inflames others.
People on this site who post words must learn that words DO have the power to hurt, to insult, to debase other people. Words do have those powers as every evil world leader has known through history. A debasing epithet can justify murder, can justify discrimination & harrassment of others, can justify holocausts.When you place a word on a public site like this one, you are communicating with that word, you're intending that it be read by others.So saying words are just symbols or inanimate, meaningless objects is to avoid the truth that words communicate with and impact others.
palooka commented on the word americunt
This word was created by an immature mind for immature purposes.
August 25, 2008
palooka commented on the word 42
I liked your perspective and attitude Milos - my hat's off to you (& she also)!
August 21, 2008
I tend to go off the deep-end too Milos. Your points are generally well-taken.
People were trying to be reasonable & civil, but logos wasn't listening, Milos. Logos lists words like snargle then trashes someone else's listing as being stupid. Give me a break.
Thanks Milos. Speaking of the bose-einstein condensate, I've managed to cool most of my bosons. By the way, absolute zero is one of my favorite habitats.
Hey logos, who died & made you the f.....g editor/owner of this site?
palooka commented on the word didjeridoobie doobie doo
Australian rat pack music made popular on the Sydney strip in the 1950's.
August 20, 2008
palooka commented on the word ever fallen in love with someone you shouldn't have fallen in love with
Yes, reesetee, not to mention the "Inability to Engage in a Sane Conversation" annual award.
August 19, 2008
I'm ambidextrous incidentally.
palooka commented on the word river styx ferry reservations, charon speaking
There's plans afoot to add an evening champagne cruise on the river styx, affording passengers a close-up view of some of the more notable torments.
August 18, 2008
palooka commented on the list eternal-questions
Glad I inspired you sarra.
You're right bilby. It's strange that exclamation marks can be used, but not question marks.
Scalloped is a good one Pro!
palooka commented on the word shakespearean insult service, thou gleeking, beef-witted moldwarp
Wow, wow, wow! What writing skills you two have plethora & bilby. Remind me not to get either of you upset.
August 17, 2008
Palmate is excellent mollusque - don't know how I missed it.
August 7, 2008
More great additions whichbe, Prolagus & sionnach!
palooka commented on the list carol-wright-gifts
Thanks reesetee - great addition!Missed your intriguing creation sionnach!
palooka commented on the list my-library
Compared to yours, my book shelf is pathetic dontcry. From left to right I have "Adobe GoLive 6 For Dummies", "Photoshop CS2", "How to Wow - Photoshop for Photography", "Word 2003 in Easy Steps", & "Starting an Online Business". Computers have taken over my life. I am one of them now.
August 3, 2008
palooka commented on the list identify-the-wordie-2
Thanks for all your hard work bilby! We all appreciate it!
palooka commented on the list firearm-terms
August 2, 2008
Fabiform is a great addition whichbe!
palooka commented on the list psychedelicatessen
You do good work dc - the entire Wordie nation thanks you!
July 31, 2008
I'll be bringing all the troops dc. Will you have enough for a reinforced battalion of wordies and an amphibious brigade? If not, well, I won't be responsible for the consequences. They hate being disappointed.
Thanks reesetee, yarb & bilby! I've used the wonder broom & it's great. Not only does it sweep, it cooks, steams, strains and drains. Last night I swept the garage & fricasseed a rabbit all at the same time!
July 30, 2008
Whatever dc serves is fine - I've really got the munchies. Could I order a jar of peanut butter & a spoon?
palooka commented on the list craigslist-stuff-for-sale
Thanks reesetee - great additions!Dontcry - you keep this sort of stuff in your garage? Sounds like a new list.
Meth? Think how much cheap wine $40 would buy plethora - I'm a low rent guy.Thanks for the offer bilby. I'm interested in joining your international counterfeiting ring.
July 29, 2008
palooka commented on the list you-need-not-apply
You obviously work for a living too reesetee.
Certainly we're friends. In fact, since we're friends, can I borrow $40 until Thursday?
palooka commented on the user brookdale_chick
Welcome to Wordie Jess! 13 is a good age to discover your love of words. What you think is craziness may just be the way creativity expresses itself in the human brain. All creative people have impulsive thoughts & ideas - it's normal to be a bit crazy if you like writing!Stay with Wordie & keep contributing. If spelling is a problem for you there's a great free downloadable dictionary at http://wordweb.info/
July 28, 2008
palooka commented on the word whiter shade of pale ale
For the true connoisseurs of pale ale.
July 26, 2008
palooka commented on the word succostash
Really clever dontcry!
palooka commented on the list sharks
Thanks bilby, trivet, mollusque & plethora - great suggestions all. This was one of my first lists & is still one of my favorites.
palooka commented on the user chained_bear
That's extremely impressive! Congratulations c_b! Your comments demonstrate how well you write.
July 25, 2008
Chained_Bear, maybe I missed it but what did you win an Emmy for? Do we have a famous starlet among us?
palooka commented on the list 50-ways-to-leave-your-lover
jitney, space shuttle, hearse, join the Marines? Great list!
palooka commented on the word absolute obedience competition
Sorry plethora - no offense intended.
July 24, 2008
You won plethora!
I'd be willing to judge this competition. Do we have any wordie candidates?
palooka commented on the word despotic potato salad
And scream for more!
palooka commented on the word brutally mashed potatoes
You don't want to watch them make this. It's horrifying.
Thanks reesetee - it was fun to put together!
palooka commented on the word word war
Heaven knows I've tried to discipline these people Brook, but it's been like trying to herd cats. Wordies, as you've discovered, are anarchical.
July 23, 2008
I like an employee who can't sleep - think of all the hours of work I'll get out of him!
Thanks reesetee. I'll need to see Prolagus'resume - will he satisfy & delight our customers as you have?
July 22, 2008
Thanks dontcry & bilby - great suggestions!
July 18, 2008
I've only seen that infrequently here. Interesting sentiment.
What's the matter bilby, none of these fit you? I was able to hire reesetee. He proved to be an individual who really knows pizza.
palooka commented on the word i'm going a-milking, sir
From the song "Where Are You Goin, My Pretty Maid". Sorry, I don't know anything else about the song.
July 15, 2008
palooka commented on the word wafer kidnapping
A lot of religious people these days have given religion a bad name MiaLuthien. I think Christ would cringe at the way His name has been drug through the mud of hatred and violence and intolerance. But I respect the spiritual belief that most people seem to have, a belief in living as morally and ethically, as compassionately & lovingly as they can. I fully understand how a loathing toward religion arises, but perhaps we need to look beyond religious dogma & into the hearts of the gentle believers who use their faith as a motivation to love more. Perhaps we focus too much (maybe necessarily) on the horrifying antics & violence of the religious totalitarians, whether they be Muslim, Christian, Hindu, or whatever.Faith, religion, is what the person makes of it & is not inherently good or bad. Next week's sermon will focus on how to lovingly and compassionately issue military commands. Bless you all! The Right Reverend palooka.
I understand irreverent humor, but in this case it may be best to back off the subject altogether. A sacred religious symbol is sacred & important to the followers of that faith.I think the point c_b was making was what if it was a Jewish sacred object that was brazenly mistreated by some miscreant. That person would be labeled an anti-semitic & would be condemned by the internet community.Again I understand irreverent humor.
palooka commented on the word all my fecal memories of you
You're probably right dc. The sooner I can put this ignominious thread behind me, the better.
I am inconsolable c_b - I deserve the severest punishment. Say c_b, do you have any experience with a whip?
I get highly annoyed when I make comments that are simply in bad taste chained_bear.
July 14, 2008
He seems excitable bilby. Isn't that a sign of an Al-Flickr operative?Talk to you all in the morning.
I apologize for my tasteless comment Chained_Bear.
Hmmm, I went through my intelligence files bilby & this billb person seems to be ok. It's just coincidental his name is similar to yours.I'm starting to wonder about "sionnach" though. He isn't showing a lot of respect for our Wordie First Expeditionary Battalion ("First in Words, First in Word Battles") members. What does Marsupial Recon have on sionnach?
Chained_Bear's right about the over-running of Alincarman. I wasn't issuing commands or directing the tactical operations, so it was more of a unplanned guerilla operation than an organized military seige. In fact I received no commendations or ribbons for Alincarman. But contrary to sionnach's assertions, it was a fine show of Wordie firepower.
Women always have a better class of shit then men. It's much sweeter just for starters.
July 13, 2008
Both great lists c_b & sionnach & excellent resources for anyone who wants to immerse themselves in this subject.Why do I have to be so base at times? I hope my mother never finds Wordie.
palooka commented on the list everything-you-always-wanted-to-know-about-sex
Well have to follow his list bilby. What's Spanish for an abnormal attraction to tappens?
July 12, 2008
palooka commented on the word emotionally bodybagged
This is an emotional state of despair beyond melancholy, beyond being numb.It's a real bummer, man.
palooka commented on the word tappen
Warning: Do not feed or tease the bear! Especially if it's trying to eject its tappen.
Wasn't Tappen or Tappan a line of appliances? I don't think I'll purchase one now.
July 11, 2008
A tappen sounds like a beautifully ingenious adaptation that makes it possible for bears to hibernate peacefully without awakening every few hours to go out & take a dump.Let's celebrate the beauty & ingenuity of nature, the wonder that these tappens are! Let's thank mother nature for her gift to bears everywhere, a solid, functional tappen.
palooka commented on the list awesome-words
Typos are understandable skip. Not a problem.
July 7, 2008
You got the job bilby, & the entire world thanks you for your gallantry.By the way, early on this campaign I did issue a direct order there would be no misspellings allowed on Brook's list. I haven't had a chance to go over the entries yet, but you troops didn't let me down now, did you?I didn't think so. You've all made me proud tonight, I'm sure!
Good evening troops, the NATO meeting ended early but with some alarming news. Apparently there's some concern about Australia developing WMD's. The intelligence they have shows that the Aussies are trying to conceal their nuclear materials by hiding them in the pouches of some of their marsupials, knowing no one would dare touch one of their cute little kangaroos. This situation is serious but none of the NATO commanders wanted to be the first to actually harass a cuddly kangaroo. So nothing's going to be done about this dangerous situation. Sad.Oh well, how's Brook doing? What a list she has! It's good to have friends, that's for sure. Say Brook, do you have any, uh, you know, like warm & fuzzy feelings about kangaroos?If not, I have a job for you.
I have some other matters to take care of - meeting with the high commanders of NATO in a few moments. Carry on without me Prolagus!
On behalf of Brook, I want to welcome whichbe & frogapplause. I think Brook now has the most awesome list on wordie. Say bilby, maybe you could fly that asparaghetti in. I'm curious to see if Brook will like it. You're ok Brook! We like your contributions to Wordie. Stay with us & stay active. Over & out.
Where the H is skip? He wanted to come over & say hello to Brook too. He's not, uh disobeying orders is he? Please, tell me he's not.
Is asparaghetti like spaghetti squash bilby? I like it.
Permission granted to shout.
You know, asparagus makes Brook throw up, & I'm sure a lack of discipline does the same thing. Let's respect her wishes (& digestion system).
That's "good speller" & "Brookdale-chick" if you you guys don't mind. I want words added, & I want them correctly spelled! Now let's start following orders here!
This is not a place for just walking around Prolagus. Where's your platoon?
I alerted the camp cook that I was in an asparagussy mood. I think the troops will have asparagus with their c-rations tonight. By the way Brook - if I may call you that - I wanted to stop by with some of my troops & say hello. Do you have a military background at all?
palooka commented on the word every time i eat asparagus...
I know you have some Awesome Words to add & I think our contributions would be appreciated.
What? Say, Brookdale-chick has some open lists that need some, uh, additions?
palooka commented on the word frisky dirt
You're too funny dontcry. Now drop & give me 20 young soldier.
palooka commented on the word inconvenient behaviour
You have a big head start as far as survival of the wordiest is concerned bilby. You may be the precursor of an Australian species of super wordies.
July 3, 2008
I understand bilby that the city of Darwin is rapidly evolving since people naturally select it.
palooka commented on the word i have delusions of adequacy
Your answer gave me hope bilby - thanks!
palooka commented on the list dear-abby
Sorry, it's my delusions of adequacy acting up again. Can you help Dear Abby?
July 2, 2008
What is all this mumbo-jumbo & jibber-jabber? Instead of whining & blabbering on and on about your custard tarts, go out & find a list to attack. You'll feel much better, I guarantee it!
palooka commented on the word spread too thin
Well, spread it thicker or use a smaller piece of bread.
palooka commented on the list absolutely-nothing
"When women are depressed they either eat or go shopping. Men invade another country." - Elayne Boosler
June 28, 2008
I'm for peace -- I've yet to see a man wake up in the morning and say, 'I've just had a good war.'- Mae West
"Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here" -- Captain John Parker, 1775
palooka commented on the word an eye for an eye only makes the whole world blind.
a quote from Mahatma Gandhi.
War is a series of catastrophes that results in a victory. -Georges Clemenceau
Prolagus - I've taken your advice & have commenced firing on Aron's position. If Aron contacts me, I'll give him your NYC address.
palooka commented on the list aron-s-list
Your commander will be out of service the next few days. However feel free to "Cry Havoc, & let slip the dogs of war" on Aron's list if you're so inclined. I've added a few words.Aron, if you're a 300 pound biker living near San Francisco, uh, maybe we can go riding sometime?
June 27, 2008
That's interesting Jennarenn - using the list's number to determine its age. Very useful!
The object of war is not to die for your country, but to make the other bastard die for his. ~George Patton
War does not determine who is right - only who is left. ~Bertrand Russell
Sounds interesting Pro. I'm getting nervous though. What if Aaron is a 300 pound biker with a nasty temper who lives within a short ride of my place?
Absolutely yes! Investigate that list Private Jenn. I'll await your report.
palooka commented on the list waldo-s-list
The camels pulled through ok, the sun is setting, the wordie empire is safe again - another successful operation I would say. Waldo, if you're around you have the power to delete it all, including the list actually.
You all evacuate & evacuate right now! I'll throw myself on the camels. It's the least I can do for my troops.
Khaki makes you look, uh, ummmm, voluptuous - yea that's it, that's the ticket.Reesetee ended up with your Midol by the way. Can I please get some water now.
Water? Can I have some water? Do you have water dc? I'm dying of thirst.
It's not me, it's the incredible bravery of my troops that matters. You have a bright future in my command, reesetee. *wipes a tear from his pain-reddened eye*
I tripped over a misplaced modifier during the "Greetings" campaign & tore both the genioglossus & styloglossus muscles of my tongue, reesetee. I didn't want to worry the troops about it though, so I didn't say anything. But then I couldn't say anything.
I forgot about that dc, you're right! The medics are flying one in now from Tasmania. By the way, where's bilby? He's a vas deferens expert - at least he's done a lot of reading on the subject. Boy, this list is taking a pounding, a real ravaging. Where's waldo? Waldo, we want to explain.I need more morphine.
According to the toejam conversation we missed the chance to list toejam for free by 13 days. I'm sure as hell not going to pay to list it.Anyway the medics are measuring me for a body bag at the moment. This may be my last communique as your esteemed commander. Apparently, a piece of prepositional shrapnel fatally ruptured my vas deferens.
Toy poodles are good. They'll annoy the enemy into submission!
palooka commented on the word dogs of war
Make that two poster sized photos. That's great!
Let's keep skip supplied! They confiscated his ammo at Hoboken. His regiment is supposed to begin a reconnaissance in force.Reesetee, go help Jennarenn find her helmet. My god, I've been hit! I walked under a booby-trapped dangling preposition. Medic!
Good firing people! Reesetee's position is a bit exposed, let's keep him covered!Jennarenn, I know you're concerned about your hair, but put your helmet back on trooper! And bilby, why did you bring camels?
It's an evocative phrase: "unleash the dogs of war." First used by Shakespeare ("let slip the dogs of war" per wikipedia), the dogs of war has been the title of a novel, a movie, an album, a computer game, etc.
June 26, 2008
palooka commented on the word insomnia
I'm not sure I know what to do & I'll probably be awake all night tonight worrying about it.
palooka commented on the list greetings
You're a good trooper bilby, I'm proud to have you in my command. Australia is in good hands. Now, carry on.
palooka commented on the list cry-for-me-brangelina
Nothing boring about your Comic Strip list. "Mr Peanut is my favorite legume-american" is wonderful, among other evocatively surreal phrases. You go girl.
Meditation helps also & may even make up for lost sleep. Worrying about not sleeping can keep you awake. It helps me to accept the fact that on a particular night I'm just not going to get much sleep (especially the Sunday night before work), but I'll make up for it somewhere down the line.
Keep me informed skip. The bombers are stealthed, the fire commanders awaiting their coordinates.
Just kidding! I like using the phrase dogs of war.
We'll be watching reesetee! Open another list and we'll release the dogs of war.
I think we carpet-bombed & over-ran skipvia too. Say reesetee, when are you posting another open list?
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