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  • lol 'nach!

    January 14, 2009

  • Don't encourage me.

    mole-groomer should not be confused with the similar-sounding word mole-gloomer, a kind of new wave exterminator who attempts to rid an area of moles by reading depressing Kafka stories over appropriately located loudspeakers, until the burrowing pests get so depressed that they flee to another location.

    Obviously, a mule-groomer is also a different kind of beast altogether.

    January 13, 2009

  • John, is there a way for me to tag all of sionnach's scattered comments that make me spit my drink from laughing?

    January 12, 2009

  • thanks a lot!!! I guess even oxford dict wouldn't explain it any better!

    January 10, 2009

  • a person who encourages others (who are in possession of privileged information) to divulge whatever they may know and is to the public good, in other words, someone who encourages others to spill the beans.

    January 10, 2009

  • Correction: obviously 'Ponsonby-ffinch-smythe' in that last post should have read 'pcholmondely-bassington-smollet-ffffeatherstonehaugh-smythe'*. The error is attributable to besotted morse code operators.

    *: of Thurn und Taxis.

    January 10, 2009

  • I ssay, Nigel old chap. When you've finished with the mole-grooming, perhaps you could walk young Ponsonby-ffinch-smythe over to the yak-shaving department. Then he has his trilby-fitting appointment at five.

    Toodles!

    January 10, 2009

  • could u give me a one-sentence-explanation? I'm german and need to explain it at university.

    January 10, 2009

  • this word has just been coined or at least come to light this week. fairly self explanatory.

    Officers enter Parliament to root out a mole-groomer. Should this make Britons grateful or fearful?

    December 6, 2008