Your are viewing a read-only archive of the old DiS boards. Please hit the Community button above to engage with the DiS !
My word of the day is 'obtuse'.
The word shrove is a past tense of the English verb "shrive," which means to obtain absolution for one's sins by confessing and doing penance. Shrove Tuesday gets its name from the shriving (confession) that Anglo-Saxon Christians were expected to receive immediately before Lent.
is actually love this word.
I'm gonna see to it that you get a good appleing for that!
I'll be a shell of a man if happens again.
A Word of the Day?
Why do you get all the institutions?
I don't run fact-o-rama, I merely contribute. Its an open floor.
Come to gig tomorrow.
The more the merrier.
but I can never remember how to spell it.
pneumatic, but totally different.
in The World are actually local to each other:
Saskatoon and Saskatchewan
also: don't encourage him
is my word of the day.
I HATE the over use of acronyms.
the most arousing word to be spoken by beautifully-lipped women. apparently.
coit sounds funny, i hate them though
i have no idea what coit means
'Frag' (as in a verb and involving shrapnel)
'Shrapnel' as in loose change
'Combine' as in harvester not the normal 'cumbine the ingrediants' but with a hard 'O'
As you already know, Rand's MASSIVE cock has nefarious intentions.