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'Geez, can't you think of a better way to remember all of your passwords?'
"Mr. Webster and I are, once again, in complete agreement."
Tags:relationship, relationships, relationship issues, relationship problems, marriage, marriages, married life, couple, couples, husband, husbands, wife, wives, spouse, spouses, argument, arguments, arguing, fight, fights, fighting, conflict, conflicts, word, words, meaning, meanings, definition, definitions, dictionary, dictionaries, agree, agreement, agreements, game, games, board game, board games, word game, word games, acceptable, entertainment, leisure, hobby, hobbies, vocab, vocabulary
"Two out of three."
Tags:double or nothing, two out of three, best of three, duel, duels, duelling, duelist, duelists, pistol, pistols, gun, guns, pistols at dawn, shoot, shooting, shot, injured, injury, victorian, victorians, unreasonable, irony, ironic, ironically, kill, killed, honor, honour, honorable, honourable, honored, honoured, classic, classic joke, classic jokes, slapstick, slap stick, slap-stick, kill, killed, fatal, fatality, regency, edwardian, word play, words, game, games, competitive, word play, word-play, last words
"'Born in conservation,' if you don't mind. 'Captivity' has negative connotations."
Tags:elephant, elephants, conservation, conservations, conservationism, zoo, zoos, captivity, captive, animal, connotations, animal lover, animal lovers, parent, parents, parenting, kid, kids, child, family, word, words, word play, play on words, name, names, environmental, environmentalism, environmentalist
Despite its name, the Thesaurus was quite often at a loss for words.
Tags:dinosaur, dinosaurs, thesaurus, word, words, spell, spells, spelling, meteor, meteorite, intelligent, intelligence, fire, fires, rock, rocks, asteroid, asteroids, idiom, idioms, contradict, contradiction, contradictions, dumb, stupid, english language, language, languages, the argyle sweater, argyle sweater
"So how long is your extended administrative leave?"
Tags:word play, play on words, word, words, administrative leave, leave, forced leave, bad vacation, vacation time, annual leave, business, business humor, business humour, office, corporate, jail, prison, employment, unemployed, unemployment, prisons, jail time, prison time, jails, crimes, criminal, white collar crime, white collar criminals, white collar criminal, sugar, sugar coated, sugar coating, sugar coating it, sugar-coat, sugar-coating, pinch of salt
"No, but I can tell you the meaning of whole or term life insurance."
Tags:life insurance, insurance, insurance broker, brokers, insurance brokers, sales, salesman, salesmen, sleazy, sleaze, fulfilment, pilgrim, pilgrimage, pilgrims, word play, play on words, word, words, enlighten, enlightenment, seeking enlightenment, mountain, mountains, guru, gurus, travelling salesman, market, marketing
"When did you start putting 'Nina's in your hair?"
Tags:hidden word, hidden words, word, words, name, names, hair, hairstyle, hairstyles, fashion, fashionable, fashions, trend, trends, trendy, trending, fashionista, fashionistas, art, artist, artists, women, woman, drawing, draw, sketch, sketches, caricature, caricatures, caricaturist, caricaturists
Hey What you trying pull That not a word yet
Tags:caveman, cavemen, scrabble, word, words, game, games, television, tv, tele, invent, inventions, inventing, past, cheat, cheater, play, playing, player, spell, spelling, speller, exist, existing, create, creating, creation, make, made up, letter, letters, alphabet, the argyle sweater, argyle sweater
A tombstone with an inscription reading: "Eugene R. Traskin - 'Literally died'"
Tags:death, dead, died, cemetery, cemeteries, grave, graves, graveyard, graveyards, tombstone, tombstones, headstone, headstones, epitaph, epitaphs, inscription, inscriptions, literally, word, words, vocabulary, misused word, misused words, grammar, english grammar, language, english language, wordplay, word play
'They're words, Billy, assembly required.'
Tags:homophone, homophones, say one thing and mean another, hidden, hidden meaning, legal, legality, legalities, stand up in court, invalidate, invalidation, invalidates, validate, validation, nuptials, nuptial, vow, vows, wedding vow, wedding vows, i do, groom, groomsmen, dodgy dealer, matrimony, wedding, wedding ceremony, weddings, married, married life, marriage, red flag, dodged a bullet, bullet dodged, dealbreaker, deal breaker, word, words, word play, word-play, play on words, relationships, loophole, loop hole, loopholes, loop holes
"Do I look like a wise man to you?"
Tags:fulfilling, fulfilment, pilgrim, pilgrimage, pilgrims, word play, play on words, word, words, enlighten, enlightenment, seeking enlightenment, mountain, mountains, guru, gurus, wisdom, words of wisdom, wise man, wise men, mountain top, mountain, isolated, isolate, prepper, preppers, antigovernment, anti government, cranky, antisocial, anti social, introvert, introverts, introverted, advice, no advice to give, bad guidance, guidance, mentor, mentors, mentorship, bad advice, bad counsel, surprise, not what it seems, reality, realities
"29 Across is classified, too, sir. They're all classified."
Tags:military, pentagon, government, governments, secret, secrets, classified, classified information, general, generals, officer, officers, commander, commanders, crossword, crosswords, puzzle, puzzles, word puzzle, word puzzles, game, games, hobby, hobbies, leisure, across, down, word, words, answer, answers, unsolvable, impossible, solution, solutions, solve, solving
"I lost the spelling bee on the word 'gangsta.' "
Tags:kid, kids, child, children, parent, parents, parenting, parenthood, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, mothers, motherhood, father, fathers, fatherhood, dad, dads, family, families, education, school, schools, schooling, student, students, spelling bee, spelling bees, spelling, spelling competition, spelling competitions, spelling contest, spelling contests, lost, language, languages, english, slang, modern spelling, modern spellings, jargon, lingo, casual speech, gangsta, improper spelling, modern life, modern education, word, words, modern words, modern language
The Letter E
Tags:enron, enemy, enemies, evidence, epitaph, epitaphs, expletive, expletives, word association, word, words, word games, the letter e, logo, logos, logo association, word association, controversy, controversies, group think, corporate, corporation, corporations, scandal, scandals, political scandal, political scandals, news, news stories, new story, thoughts, thinking, think, distracted, distract
"There are some words I will not tolerate in this house-and 'awesome' is one of them."
Tags:word, words, slang, slang term, slang terms, tolerate, tolerates, toleration, awesome, intolerant, frustration, frustrations, frustrated, home, homes, father, fathers, parent, parents, english, proper english, speaker, speakers, speaking, speak properly, speaking properly, slang word, slang words, house rules, house rule, rule, rules, strict
The elements of surprise.
Gramma Police: 'Will work four food.'
The Location, Location, Location Arms
Tags:real estate, location, good location, urban, urban planning, metropolitan, metropolis, city, city planning, city life, urban life, living, rent, rental, rentals, house hunting, house hunt, realtor, realtors, money, wealth, cliche, play on words, word play, word, words, reference, references, pop, pop culture, hotel, hotels, doorman, door man, prime location
An avid text messenger, Katie Hunter started using fewer vowels in her everyday speech.
Many of the clan elders were excited upon hearing the name of Grog's new invention, However, as Grog explained his concept, excitement quickly turned to disappointment,
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'How are we supposed to show any creativity when they've already made up their minds how these words are spelled?'
Mrs. Hanover would soon eat her words.
"What's the word I'm looking for?" "What's the word I'm looking for?" "What's the word I'm looking for?"
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