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"Honey, I'm home!"
Castle drawbridge opens to reveal a dishwasher
Tags:castle, castles, moat, moats, drawbridge, drawbridges, bridge, bridges, knight, knights, soldier, soldiers, medieval, draw bridge, draw bridges, horse, horses, dish, dishes, plate, plates, cup, cups, pot, pots, dishware, dishwasher, dishwashers, dish washer, dish washer, appliance, appliances, kitchen, kitchens, open, opened, opening
"Damn it. He's got a moat."
Tags:moat, moats, goldfish, goldfishes, gold-fishes, fish bowl, fishbowl, fishbowls, fish tank, fish tanks, fishtank, fishtanks, fish bowls, fish-tank, fish-tanks, aquarium, aquariums, castle, castles, accessory, accessories, jealous, jealousy, envy, envious, jealousies, pet, pets, neighbour, neighbours, neighbor, neighbors
Clearing the castle's moat.
"To me, the Hudson is much more than a river - it's a moat."
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'We're gonna need a bigger moat...!'
"I wish you'd do something about the moat."
Tags:king, kings, sovereign, sovereigns, queen, queens, ruler, rulers, monarch, monarchs, monarchy, royal, royalty, castle, castles, moat, moats, pollution, water pollution, litter, trash, rubbish, garbage, junk, floating, clutter, mess, messy, cluttered, clean up, clean-up, housework, chore, chores, cleaning, yard work, yardwork
"He's in quarantine for fourteen days."
"I'm making moatmeal. Do you want some?"
"The peasants have lost all respect for the moat."
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"You're why I have the moat, Mother."
Tags:royalty, royal, royals, moat, moats, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, mothers, safety, nag, nags, nagging, concern, concerned, concerns, clingy, overbearing, parent, parents, king, kings, prince, princes, worry, worries, worrying, worrier, worriers, anxious, anxiety, anxieties, keep out, keeping out, stay away, staying away
"Swim across the moat but keep the pizza dry."
"No, thank you, I already have a moat."
"He's his own worst enemy."
Tags:king, kings, kingly, castle, castles, fort, fortress, enemy, enemies, moat, moats, defend, defense, defence, safe, safety, danger, dangerous, dangers, cliche, cliches, proverb, proverbs, defenses, stronghold, citadel, citadels, tower, defenses, own worst enemy, worst, enemy, his own worst enemy, their own worst enemy, her own worst enemy, ruler, monarch, monarchy, crown
'It's just until we get the lock fixed.'
"If you let down your guard, I'll walk over the moat."
"Anderson, we'd like to talk to you about your stand-offish attitude.'
Tags:standoffish, stand-offish, unfriendly, unwelcoming, aloof, distant, remote, moat, moats, shark, sharks, defences, defenses, office, offices, office worker, office workers, office cubicle, office cubicles, office, offices, standoffish colleague, standoffish colleagues, stand-offish colleague, stand-offish colleagues
"Enemies, yes, but doesn't your moat also keep out love?"
Tags:moat, moats, castle, castles, enemies, enemy, king, kings, monarch, monarchs, monarchy, royal, royals, battlement, battlements, loneliness, lonely, isolation, isolated, shrink, shrinks, psychiatrist, psychiatrists, psychiatry, therapist, therapists, commitment phobia, commitment phobias, cold feet, commitment issue, commitment issues
'It's my re-moat.'
"We'd like you to put a cat-flap in!"
'For added curb appeal, I think you should fill the moat.'
'Are you sure there wasn't a moat in the catalogue?'