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reesetee commented on the word moor-pout
Grilled grice sounds kind of tasty, actually.
Wait...does it have birds in it?
August 27, 2008
sionnach commented on the word moor-pout
Damn!! All the fun youse guys have been having while I have been having to be in class.
By the way, I believe grouses is the 3rd person singular present tense form of the verb to grouse. I grouse, you grouse, granny grouses, we all scream for grilled grice.
August 25, 2008
Really? I always think of those candy gummy slices when I hear the word (and they only hurt when they're caught in your teeth).
August 21, 2008
chained_bear commented on the word moor-pout
Pro, me too. :)
Thanks for pointing me toward slice, which I didn't click on because I don't like that word. It makes my fingers hurt. But as the plural of slouse, I like it a lot. :)
Pro, have I mentioned how glad I am to see you back here?
Prolagus commented on the word moor-pout
I don't know if you have, but feel free to say it as often as you like. :-)
P.S. Pro, have I mentioned how glad I am to see you back here? :-)
No, no. Grousage is the care and feeding of grouse, I believe. :-P
Actually, "grouses" is also a correct plural form, although I've never heard anyone actually use it.
I was kidding! See also slice
I thought it was grousage.
psst, can't tell if you're serious, Pro, but if so, I think it's just grouse. This message will self-destruct sometime.
Groose, of course. ;->
What's the plural of grouse? Grice?
A young grouse (Scottish and British regional dialect).
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