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Old 12-13-2012, 01:44 AM   #351
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watermelon....term, melon, normal, warm, loner, meter, moan, newer, water, leaner

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Old 12-13-2012, 01:54 AM   #352
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watermelon....term, melon, normal, warm, loner, meter, moan, newer, water, leaner

interment
( Thought you didn't like my way of playing it?)

Interment..... eminent, enter, intent, entire, merit, meter, metre, miner, mitten, net, mint, nine, rennet, termite, timer, trim, mere, nit...


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Old 12-13-2012, 07:00 AM   #353
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what i meant, snip, is that simply making long lists of words can get monotonous for me. but i'm seeing that this game allows for much latitude in playing. so i type one full line of anagrams, or until i get tired of doing them. what i won't be doing is this kind:
team...meat, mate, tame, meta

one of the things that makes this game more interesting for me, (a tweak)-- is to involve the original word in forming the new word. my new word, 'iinterment' used 6 letters from your 'watermelon'. using interment as the original word, i might come up with 'terminal', which uses 6 letters from interment. and of course the more letters that i incorporate, the more satisfied i am with the 'new word' i've chosen.

that's a very long answer to your question, snip, but the short answer is that my personal criteria for what i consider to be an interesting game, were in no way meant as a criticism of you or 'your way'.

cornflakes...sack, flak, lakes, rankle, slake, corn, skate. cask. clone, stark, frank, freaks

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Old 12-13-2012, 07:17 AM   #354
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what i meant, snip, is that simply making long lists of words can get monotonous for me. but i'm seeing that this game allows for much latitude in playing. so i type one full line of anagrams, or until i get tired of doing them. what i won't be doing is this kind:
team...meat, mate, tame, meta

one of the things that makes this game more interesting for me, (a tweak)-- is to involve the original word in forming the new word. my new word, 'iinterment' used 6 letters from your 'watermelon'. using interment as the original word, i might come up with 'terminal', which uses 6 letters from interment. and of course the more letters that i incorporate, the more satisfied i am with the 'new word' i've chosen.

that's a very long answer to your question, snip, but the short answer is that my personal criteria for what i consider to be an interesting game, were in no way meant as a criticism of you or 'your way'.

cornflakes...sack, flak, lakes, rankle, slake, corn, skate. cask. clone, stark, frank, freaks

fantastic
That was how I meant for it to be played, just like you just said

Fantastic..... Fanta, Santa, Fans, fan, Stain, Antics, Facts, Faints, Fanatics.

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fabulous...flab, slob, foal, flub, soul, lob, boa

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Old 12-14-2012, 12:29 AM   #356
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Soulfully... full , fully, fly, sly, folly, lolly, foul, soul, soy, souls.


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peppermint...temper, primp, pep, perm, mint, pepper, peep, meet, nee, pint, time pine

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[QUOTE=vitauta;1217649]peppermint...temper, primp, pep, perm, mint, pepper, peep, meet, nee, pint, time pine

permanence.... mean, mane, name, acne, perm, meat, neat, ace, amerce, camper, cream, mare, cramp, camp, canner, manner, crepe, enema

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premature...pure, mare, true, rape, peat, tramp, mere, team, rupee, repeat, pate


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Old 12-16-2012, 01:22 AM   #360
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ollie, ollie oxen free, guys...c'mon back, water's fine :)
euphemistic....chemist, chimps, pest, mist, emetic, empties, hemp, meet, site, ethics, itches, hitch, items, music, pieces...


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