from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A cat.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To move away; to go off.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See mug.
- To move away.
Oh, how I miss ye olde brick-and-mortar music store. $10 per month for a Primo subscription, mog.com
June 25, 2008 at 4:00 pm duzzit yuse a mog synthesizur?
Travian is a web-mog, a MMO, a Passive Game played throughout each day in the same manner I periodically check email.
Current ginger-mog is frightened of his own shadow and dead leaves, he plummets bum first out of trees and he plunges his paw into the bath only to be shocked that it is wet.
The result is not streaming radio, but a music blog hence “mog” scene where people with overlapping musical tastes talk about concerts, post MP3s and share videos.
I thought the cat equivalent of a mutt was a mog/moggy.
Firstly a hat I knit for mr mog, quick and fairly easy and on 4 NEEDLES no less: So why can I do hats but not socks? answers on a virtual postcard please secondly this is the first shawl for the Hospice lunar year.
Makes this mog more determined not to have furry friends living with me again.
The mog loves the warmth and the cold makes me snarky and miserable.
As told to the mog by her 2 cats earlier this morning and I believe its true don't you?
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