tomsteele has adopted , looked up 0 words, created 5 lists, listed 316 words, written 27 comments, added 0 tags, and loved 0 words.

Comments by tomsteele

  • Why the heck did you leave out manrod? Nary a romance novel would exist without it.

    December 28, 2006

  • muffin! cupcake!

    December 28, 2006

  • Nauseous: pure stupidity. :)

    December 28, 2006

  • Could a coffeemaker perhaps be an example of robust technology?

    December 28, 2006

  • Kristen correctly points out that this should ALWAYS be replaced by teaching.

    December 28, 2006

  • This means "with hope" -- not "I hope."

    December 28, 2006

  • Ugh.

    December 24, 2006

  • reluctant to speak.

    December 24, 2006

  • It means soon, not currently.

    December 24, 2006

  • Regardless is sufficient.

    December 24, 2006

  • I utilize my delete key every time I see this "word."

    December 24, 2006

  • A glove. A gantlet is the flogging ordeal through which one might run.

    December 24, 2006

  • euonym! It won the 1997 spelling bee.

    December 24, 2006

  • Hooray for kisses! But the yellow child transporters are buses.

    December 24, 2006

  • A person, not a hair color.

    December 24, 2006

  • No, you did not literally fly out of bed this morning.

    December 24, 2006

  • This means you are expecting something and preparing for it.

    December 24, 2006

  • I think you meant to say amid.

    December 24, 2006

  • This "word" makes me want to kick you in the belly.

    December 24, 2006

  • You are nauseous, and I'm nauseated.

    December 24, 2006

  • No one has ever been ejected from an automobile that wasn't owned by James Bond. The correct term is thrown.

    December 24, 2006

  • People of the world: Using this as a verb is not the same as using title. Thanks!

    December 24, 2006

  • a good way to sign letters: "yrs, Tom"

    December 23, 2006

  • as in, "What are the haps, my friends?!"

    December 23, 2006

  • You'll get slapped if you play this word in Scrabble.

    December 23, 2006

  • most overused word on wikipedia!

    December 23, 2006

  • December 23, 2006

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