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Discussion in 'Thread Games & Arcade Discussion' started by JustJudy, May 28, 2009.

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  1. JustJudy

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    If you check out Google picture game- I think the guy in the picture I posted found something other than a trellis to get him high :D

    SLITLER = trellis- I saw tillers first though...


    FDGLHSOI
    hint: these aren't 14kt
     
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    FDGLHSOI = Goldfish
    The hint was a big help in guessing half the word.

    REDNAVA
    Hint: The hoi polloi just call it a porch.
     
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    REDNAVA = veranda


    NICELERR
    hint: very comfy for all the lazy boys.
     
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    NICELERR = Recliner
    Perfect Hint (y)

    MACHKOM
    Hint: Very comfy for outdoor lazy boys.

    Good morning Judy.
     
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    MACHKOM = hamock
    creat clue!

    STRAINCU
    hint: 3 stooges slang for death, or something women think are important and men don't think are necessary (sorry if that's sexist, but it is what it is...) :D

    Good evening Chuck!
     
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    Good evening Judy. I'm going to have to think about that one later this evening. It's time to go home!

    EDIT: STRAINCU = Curtains (or as the Stooges would say, "coy-tens".

    RUSTPYHELO
    Hint: Some people may insist that it has to match the curtains
     
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    RUSTPYHELO= upholstery
    that was a toughie- the hint helped :)

    READTILLM
    hint: could be a source of exercise or an analogy for work
     
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    READTILLM = Treadmill
    Easy one for me just because I happened to be on one yesterday for a stress test.

    DINNERTOGS
    Hint: Where the boss wants you to keep your nose while at work.
     
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    DINNERTOGS= grindstone
    A most excellent hint, although I think my boss would like my nose somewhere else :D

    GENDERETT
    hint: the Tide may Gain suds if this were in it

    Chuck, how did your stress test go? Pass with flying colors?
     
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    GENDERETT = Detergent
    You name dropper, you :p :)

    HOGPORNPAH
    Hint: 33-1/3

    I am not sure of the stress test results. My heart rate was a bit high before I started it and went even higher during the test. There were no chest pains or shortness of breath though. I was breathing deeply and starting to sweat a bit when they stopped the test at a brisk uphill walk. I have an appointment with the cardiologist this coming Monday discuss the results. I am more curious about the results from the portable EKG recorder I had to wear for 24 hours after the test.
     
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    HOGPORNPAH= phonograph
    hog porn? lmao

    RACEGTPNI
    hint:this kind of shag isn't to catch a ball or Austin Powers' meaning

    Chuck: crossing my fingers you get good news from your Holter monitor reading
     
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    RACEGTPNI = Carpeting

    AMINTALE
    Hint: An alternate to carpeting.

    Good morning Judy. I figured you would approve of my creative scrambling of the word phonograph. I have a Monday appointment with the cardiologist to review the test results. How do you know of "Holter monitors"?
     
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    I had to wear one after my daughter was born. After I got home from the hospital a nurse came to do a check on my daughter and I and she discovered an irregular heartbeat. Turns out I have kind of a triple heartbeat occassionally... Try wearing one of those monitors and nursing a baby- Wait, you better not :eek: :rolleyes: :D

    AMINTALE = laminate

    YONARC
    hint: can be colorful
     
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    YONARC = Crayon
    Good Hint. My first thought was "canary" and then I saw the "O".

    TERSCUMP
    Hint: A good sized box of crayons could pretty much cover all of it

    Maybe my heart is taking after its owner. We both travel to the beat of a different drum sometimes.
     
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    TERSCUMP = spectrum ( I see crumpets! :) )


    OSOCKIE
    hint: love 'em double stuffed
     
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