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Who is most likely to execute a dipsy-doodle in today's game?
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We may want to dipsy-doodle the Dems if we don't want to go down hard.
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Do you prefer to use snuck or sneaked? http://blog.dictionary.com/snuck-or-sneaked/
You may have heard that snuck as the past tense of sneak is improper English, but does this designation hold water? Like leaked as the past tense of leak,
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Sneaked.
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Do you know the provenance of the artwork in your home?
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The gold idols of Gods and Goddesses discovered recently in a private museum are indisputably of ancient Indian provenance. 
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Texting is stupidity manifested in writing.

Nobody talks with lol's jk's or lmao's.
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Words are but pictures of our thoughts.
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Do not say what you don't mean.
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Try using these terms to describe your laugh: http://dictionary.reference.com/slideshows/laugh#chortle
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Funnier than a MF
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Please remove my email address
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Writing is nothing more than a guided dream.
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So true sometimes it pays to just close the book. 
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This mustache comes from a master criminal in a popular film series from the 1920's. What is it called? Find out: http://bit.ly/1meMetc
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The FU Man Choo! Classic Chinese.
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In efforts to beat the summer heat, you may have encountered two different spellings of the same scrumptious treat: sherbet and sherbert. Why do both forms
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I say ca so it's sherbet. 
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What actions do you consider nugatory?
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Its of no use since we know is nugatory (lolz)
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