Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who thatches with reeds; a thatcher.
- n. A thatched frame covering blocks or tiles of dried china-clay, to protect them from the rain while permitting free ventilation.
“I had you on my feed reeder when you were using blogger and then, you just disappeared.”
“Nao, ai kno dats nawt teh “full” charj, but the cheez-reeder in mi faut it kwite hilaryus.”
“Hims bees a voarayshus reeder, gobblyng novules iyndyskrimynatelee!”
“September 4, 2008 at 12:27 pm hims a voreeayshus reeder”
“Ai think yoo must bee a speed reeder leik mai sister Pyzi, hoo reedz at leest twice as fast as ai do.”
“Incoming from teh POV of teh sine-reeder, I meened.”
“I wuz saying hao I wuz sure that yu, beeing a nexpert ICHC reeder, probly woar yur CHRGwdoi, so yur braynes are safe!”
“Ai uused tu bees a pruuf-reeder *Blushes profusely*”
“Wun dai de meter-reeder man opuns de door, an piggie squeeks.”
“Loravine, if yu is a reglar reeder/poster tehnyu wud kno it is jenrully considerd bad form to juss yell “First” – nekst tym, tri to make som funni, witti or odder commet, relevunt to teh oikchur.”
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