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Old 09-28-2008, 12:52 PM   #121
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Well, here's one for the books:
The friend I mentioned in an earlier post who says "mammiogram" had one a few days ago. She has breast cancer. So called it what you will, pronounce it any way you want but GET ONE! She is diligent, has one every year and they caught it while it was a very small tumor.
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Old 09-28-2008, 08:27 PM   #122
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This thread has worn me out. Talk about beating a dead horse to death .
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Old 09-28-2008, 09:05 PM   #123
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How bout things you say to bug others?? LOL. I had a couple of good ones, like "You could find the cloud in any silver lining!"
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Old 09-28-2008, 11:33 PM   #124
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or the burns are beaning........said that once when the pan was on fire......literally :)
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Old 09-29-2008, 12:09 AM   #125
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or the burns are beaning........said that once when the pan was on fire......literally :)
Ah, Spoonerisms! I am constantly doing that! One of the ones I say the most is that I need to "check the cash" instead of "cash the check!" One of my favorite Spoonerisms was by some guy doing the weather (years ago on radio, I think). It was really foggy and he said that the fog was "as thick as sea poop" instead of "as thick as pea soup!"

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Ah, Spoonerisms! I am constantly doing that! One of the ones I say the most is that I need to "check the cash" instead of "cash the check!" One of my favorite Spoonerisms was by some guy doing the weather (years ago on radio, I think). It was really foggy and he said that the fog was "as thick as sea poop" instead of "as thick as pea soup!"

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My husband said this once and now I can't stop saying it. I have two friends - Ann and Sandra. He asked if San and Andra were coming over and now I say San and Andra - it drives me nuts. I don't mean to but the seed was planted and it's flourishing!
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Old 09-29-2008, 12:16 AM   #127
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you're right, Barbs.........I've forgotten that term...........sea poop......how funny.......spoonerisms.....will remember that one now...I just love the name.......
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I lived with some people for a while when I was 15 and their names were Chuck and Jackie, I always called them Jack and Chuckie - started as an accident and then it just stuck. Thankfully they didn't mind. :-)
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Old 09-29-2008, 12:21 AM   #129
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and Kitchenelf if they do something wrong it's a SanAndra"s fault.........sorry it was so out there......couldn't resist........kill me.....I don't blame you.....:):):)
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Great one expat!!!! Very clever!
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