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Oh, yes! :-)))
Would have loved this for some students TS! Try as I might some insisted on AXEING a whole lot of questions. Pat - heard that liberry one many times - what about FebUary or platim blonde (instead of platinum for those not familiar with our English). Thanks.
Thanks, Jacques, Bradjan & PLG. Don't you just love English?
TS -- thanks for the laugh!
pd Pat -- LOL! Thanks for the extra laugh!
pd Pat.... have a little bit of spirit did you? That is why I ask
Love it, Pat! It was the onliest liberry in the 'hood. Ank, I can believe it, too!
I went to the liberry to axe for a book about nucular war...
Great puzzle, Tex!
I just live in a small country, but if you hear the differences in talking you sometimes thinks it's an other language. I hope nobody will axe her.
Oh, yes, Janshoemake, I did. In Boston they say "idear". The 'r' is at the end! And they say Southerners talk funny! Then when they say "car", they leave out the 'r' altogether!
Thanks for stopping by, and Babchi, thanks.
reminds me of the news casters that say 'I have an idrea' Didn't know there was an "r" in the word idea.
oh lady, you got that one right!