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perhapsolutely commented on the list words-that-sound-somewhat-like-elephant
you're gonna hate terebinth, then.
November 9, 2007
polyphant: a wire-stringed musical instrument resembling a lute
perhapsolutely commented on the word tinklesnarfle
November 4, 2007
perhapsolutely commented on the word wiggery
"their outward appearance of the august wiggery of statecraft."
perhapsolutely commented on the word potato love
"our vegetable love should grow / vaster than empires and more slow"
perhapsolutely commented on the word weaselship
(with possess. adj., as his etc. weaselship) a mock title of respect given to a weasel
perhapsolutely commented on the user rocksinmypockets
i'd advert to the verdict of the presbyters on that point--i haven't really been here long enough to know. =)
kind of you to mention it. =)
November 3, 2007
perhapsolutely commented on the user john
it's kind of you to mark it. and my hat's off for the top notch site, sir.
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gangerh commented on the user perhapsolutely
I played with your name.
October 19, 2009
uselessness commented on the user perhapsolutely
Interesting... how do you know that's what he did?
November 8, 2007
reesetee commented on the user perhapsolutely
Is that what happened? Always wondered.
November 6, 2007
john commented on the user perhapsolutely
stpeter used his wiley interweb tricks, though -- he wrote a script to load everything in one fell swoop. Knocked down the site in the process (that was back when Wordie was being served by a PC jr. :-)
Reminds me, need to add paging, soon...
I don't know the exact rate at which he added words, but stpeter had something like 3000 words not long after the web site was created. And of course, they were all in one huge, browser-crashing list -- a little separation never hurt anybody!! ;-)
rocksinmypockets commented on the user perhapsolutely
Wow. You have posted nearly 1000 words within a week! I wonder if that's a record.
I absolutely love your username.
Tremendous username, tremendous!
November 2, 2007
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