Wednesday, November 14, 2018

In other words...thursday 13


straw warts

pacer recap

strap parts

star rats

sprat tarps

knits stink

stops  spots

reward drawer

drab bard

pupils slipup

dairy diary

smart trams

remit timer



newthursday13



13 comments:

  1. Evil -live, note tone, ludicrous ridiculous, hearth earth. Coyote is coy, his name tells us so. I love word play!

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    1. One of my earliest gifts was a huge set of anagrams, and I played with them until I got married, and since we didn't have money for christmas ornaments, I used them as part of the handmade look, glued together and painted.

      I married a man who loves cats, but hates Scrabble. Sob.

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  2. Nice. It's like looking at words reflected in a mirror. :) Happy TT!

    https://tinyurl.com/ydaypq5b

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  3. Im always impressed at how flexible English is, that way. What we can do with 26 letters is marvelous.
    And Happy TT to you as well. (I'm hoping for an attack of the 1-day flu or a blizzard this year so we can decline...)

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  4. Love this! Have you heard the Dylan song of palindromes, by Weird Al?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUQDzj6R3p4

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    1. not until this very moment. Let me go find it.

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    2. bwahahah. I loved the Dylan song with the titles, but this is marvelous. I'll be hearing that all day, you know...

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  5. Nice ones. Great word play.

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  6. Creative list! I don't think knits stink, though ;) Thanks for checking out my blog :)

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    1. well, neither do I, but when one's creative back is against the wall...

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