Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dogbarber, Nov 27, 2006.
The tornado's vortex sucked up the Crustacean Museum; crab legs were later found all over Kansas.
Did they have cocktail sauce?
And your words are?
Oops; was busy visualizing the crab legs, season just started for fresh Dungeness here. Hmm maybe that's what's for dinner...fresh crab, salad and sourdough...
The words are: Microwave, Carabiner, Ecstasy.
"Dude I was in ectasy belaying over the volcano, then I said to myself, 'Self, what's that smell?' 'Oh', myself answered, 'that's your fingers melting on your carabiner, ... Wake Up Dude! You're in a freaking Microwave!"
gross, lips, shoelaces
I am really craving that San Fransisco sourdough!
You would think something with the name "sour" would be rather disgusting. I almost imagine different color sourdough breads which taste like sour patch kids. I know what your are thinking, how gross, but we are used to mixing our food products such as candy shaped lips or shoelace(s) licorice.
<hope I did OK -- I only read the last few posts How about: fragrance, limited, bath.
In the middle ages, royalty limited their bath to at most once a year, relying instead upon fragrance to mask the odors.
And Dungeness Crab! MMMMMMM!
Illicit, Cactus, Voltage
[OT] Hey come on down I'll set you up with where the real SF'ers eat, Arh, Arh, Arh! [/OT]
Be careful what you offer -- I would take you up on that. I saw a great deal on Travel-O-City this time last year for <$100 round trip to SF!
And do we get bonus points for a great sentance -- because my awards go to AKA!!! And his words stand
The teenagers failed in their attempt to set up an illicit drug lab in the desert when they discovered the cactus had insufficient voltage to power their stove.
Chinchilla, adobe, mortify.
Having survived the nuclear winter in the old adobe bungalow out in the valley beyond the old airfield in Burbank, the chinchilla family was soon to mortify the cockroaches who thought themselves so superior in the survivor role.
Spoon, Remote, Torus
Separate names with a comma.