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  • n. Plural form of store.

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  • Comma? What comma?

    October 19, 2011

  • Bravo, Foxy! Excellent!
    (*Putting on my copy-editor hat* The comma after "squibbs", however, needs to go.)

    October 19, 2011

  • After feasting on fufluns and S'mores,
    Ruzuzu was craving some snores,
    Then along came GHibbs*,
    Whose intellectual squibbs
    Gave her much-needed snores in the stores.

    OK, it needs some work; I'd be the first to admit it.

    *: 3rd person singular of the verb, to Ghibb, which - as best as our crack etymolinguistic detectives have been able to ascertain - seems to mean "to have a charming, if slightly baffling, obsession with verbs in the 3rd person"

    October 19, 2011

  • Yay! I just spent an hour over on insomnia with nobody to keep me company--I thought I was going to be stuck there forever. GHibbs, thanks for all your wacky, entertaining comments.
    *curls up in a corner and starts snoring.*

    October 19, 2011

  • Also, 3rd person singular of the verb 'to store'. 'He even stores his food supplies in the bath.'

    October 19, 2011