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    Default My Word For Today Is...

    Which word neatly sums up your day, and why?

    My word for today is Beiersdorf. The Client I'm coding some calc changes for. Only they've turned out to be much more hideous and difficult than anticipated! Argh!

    Si.

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    Is this like Julie Gardner with the Who commentaries? Am I going to have to say Beiersdorf today? In BOLD?
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Say what now? We buy vanilla!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si Hunt View Post
    Say what now? We buy vanilla!
    no way, no way... mahna-mahna

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    Quiet you.

    Si.

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    My word of the day is migraine, for obvious reasons.
    Every wolfs howl raises from hell a human soul
    William Blake

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    My word of today is snow. Threatened tomorrow - but is there any chance of a day snowed in with soup and warm drinks? My boss appears to have just tricked me into admitting that I live near a main road so that could probably never happen!

    Si.

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    Well you might live near a main road but if the snow is heavy enough then you still may not get in to work. And it depends on what his & your definition of 'main road' is.

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    My word for today is: clandestine.

    No particular reason, it's just a good word which I managed to get into a conversation this evening.

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    Dinky

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    Snow is a good word for today.

    Si xx

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    I'll second that!

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    Snowed in is way much better than snowed under.

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    Snowed Under is a superb Keane song.

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    My word for today is fibre. Lots of lovely fibre!

    Si.

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    Try slopping crepuscular into the conversation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Wallis View Post
    Try slopping crepuscular into the conversation.
    But what does it mean?

    I think a good word for today would be rain.

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    My word for today is Serendipity!

    Particularly when I noticed that the abbreviation of British Association of Plastic Surgeons is B.A.P.S!

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    My word for today is "yawn" - I'm going straight to bed for a nap when I get home...

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    My word for today is bargain, because i bought two nice dresses from a charity shop, for a total of 6.00, and a book for Christian for 40p. I also got him a bright red heart shaped helium balloon for 1.

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    I love that word.

    Especially when you say it.

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    My word for today is meeting. One cancelled, one pitched at 3pm today to stop me leaving on time.

    DAGNAMIT!

    Si.

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    Crepuscular - referring to twilight or dusk. So despite the way it sounds, it's not rude at all!

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    My word for today is Wretch. It's a good word!

    Si xx

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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