Hahaha. It does sound a bit like that. Buff Orpingtons do have gold plumage, but they are one of the gentler, friendlier breeds out there. A rooster, however, is always a cock, if you know what I mean.
I love all of those things, ruzuzu. Ophelia, in particular, is a dandelion eater. She eats the seeds right off the stem as if it were a snowcone when they are available. I was actually thinking about adding the word personality to the list, but decided that I'll add individual characteristics instead.
Thanks, bilby. I got totally addicted to Wordie when I started, and ended up having to go cold turkey for awhile. Not to mention, my non-computer-based life got in the way. Now I'm trying to get back now and again to catch up some, post some, and just enjoy. Hopefully I'll be around a bit more over the summer.
This may seem sort of silly, but sometimes I'd really love to be able to rearrange the order of the words on one of my lists. With some lists word order can make a pleasure of reading the list as a whole. Thus far the only way I've accomplished shuffling words is to move them all to a generic list and then move them back in the desired order.
Well, no. Actually, it's rather small at 500cc's, but I wouldn't exactly call it a mini bike. ;P It's just that vehicle makers generally try to find names that sound impressive/fast/tough/etc., so a town in Utah just seemed like an odd thing to name a bike after.
You have emerged victorious from Identify the Wordie. You are an astute observer of people on the internet! I mean that in a good way! Make sure to come back for the next game so you can retain your title, champion.
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It's actually a play for two actors that has half a dozen characters. The actors will just suddenly change their posturing, and you know that they're a different character. It was some of the best acting I've seen in real life, but not one of the better plays. It's a bit of a downer.