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mr_G
10-01-2007, 09:38:10
impeccable.


make a nice sentence with this awesome word

Funko
10-01-2007, 09:43:55
Joey Ultra's debut gig set will probably not be impeccable.

Diss
10-01-2007, 09:47:52
my pecs are impeccable

mr_G
10-01-2007, 09:49:57
Originally posted by Funko
Joey Ultra's debut gig set will probably not be impeccable. :lol:

jesjes it will it will

Tizzy
10-01-2007, 09:58:14
Today I think mrG is wrong.

MOBIUS
10-01-2007, 10:00:00
I congratulate mr_G for his impeccable taste in picking today's word of the day.:beer:

mr_G
10-01-2007, 10:28:17
Originally posted by Tizzy
Today I think mrG is wrong. yup it's getting warmer now

Venom
10-01-2007, 12:52:53
Normally you're supposed to give the definition of a Word of the Day.

King_Ghidra
10-01-2007, 12:57:52
you didn't just say that. what do you think this is? fucking seasme street?

Venom
10-01-2007, 13:00:38
Now that you mention it, we could do with some counting lessons and letters and numbers of the day.

Tizzy
10-01-2007, 13:09:16
"Today's CG is brought to you by the letters F and U and the number 2"

Fistandantilus
10-01-2007, 13:10:16
It seems Tizzy's in a good mood today.

MoSe
10-01-2007, 13:29:27
Originally posted by Venom
Normally you're supposed to give the definition of a Word of the Day.

a Word of the Day is an uncommon word that you pick everyday to expand your lexicon

Lurker the Second
10-01-2007, 13:41:28
I'd like mr.G to explain the circumstances in which he heard this word.

self biased
10-01-2007, 13:43:53
sure, der meister dzhee has bagged a lot of dodgy chicks, but his taste in bridges is impeccable.

MoSe
10-01-2007, 14:14:20
jesjes, his bridges are impassable

mr_G
10-01-2007, 14:16:53
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
I'd like mr.G to explain the circumstances in which he heard this word. jesjes

MoSe
10-01-2007, 14:18:21
I prefer the word percolation anyway

I'm sure we can apply it to mrG's bridges as well

Venom
10-01-2007, 14:42:43
Originally posted by MoSe
a Word of the Day is an uncommon word that you pick everyday to expand your lexicon

Yeah, dumb shit. But if you don't know what the word means, how can you use it?

I'll just go around all day calling my wang impeccable. That'll work.

MoSe
10-01-2007, 14:55:36
and your anus percolable

Venom
10-01-2007, 14:57:23
You'd like that, wouldn't you queer?

MoSe
10-01-2007, 15:00:05
that's irrelevant to my impliable flagpole

MOBIUS
10-01-2007, 15:18:51
Maybe we should be using implacable instead?

Lurker the Second
10-01-2007, 16:17:36
Or immobile.

jsorense
10-01-2007, 17:34:40
Gregory was impeccable.

mr_G
10-01-2007, 23:02:18
btw my act today was impeccable

JM^3
10-01-2007, 23:37:46
The goose couldn't hurt the little boy who was teasing it, he was impeccable.

JM

Koshko
11-01-2007, 07:23:34
Since the was no definition given, I hereby declare that 'inpeccable' is the offical substitute for the word prostate.

Colon
11-01-2007, 07:42:15
Since the was no definition given, I hereby declare that 'prostat' is the official substitute for the word impeccable.

Drekkus
11-01-2007, 14:40:58
'january 10_007' is a really strange word. Making a sentence with january 10 is doable. Another with 007 can be done. But 10_007 is rather difficult.

mr_G
11-01-2007, 16:31:54
for joe it is, jesjes

Fergus & The Brazen Car
12-01-2007, 10:37:24
There's a quirky post-modernist library impeccable.

http://www.open2.net/modernity/3_18.htm

MoSe
12-01-2007, 11:25:55
cool, there Beckham could read Ockham in Peckham!

MoSe
12-01-2007, 11:26:54
anyway, now impeccable is sooooo january 10_007!

mr_G
12-01-2007, 12:41:59
you maya made me laugh

Fergus & The Brazen Car
12-01-2007, 12:53:40
Originally posted by MoSe
cool, there Beckham could read Ockham in Peckham!

'David Beckham' and 'William of Ockham'- as unlikely a conjunction as 'Berlusconi' and 'Truth' .


Ockham, that cool Franciscan nominalist, he did sock'em.

mr_G
12-01-2007, 15:27:42
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
I'd like mr.G to explain the circumstances in which he heard this word. inderdeed, good so !!!!

MoSe
12-01-2007, 15:51:14
actually, he misheard impalable and impalatable

mr_G
12-01-2007, 15:53:20
fok U italian boytje

MoSe
12-01-2007, 15:59:37
oh, so I got it!

Drekkus
12-01-2007, 16:07:44
Impala table??

Fergus & The Brazen Car
13-01-2007, 12:47:08
Vlad the Impala, paler than Abel, ablated on Elba, a palatal fricative.