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A Crossword Lover's Delight
 
Created by Alex Dent

Here's a challenge for all the crossword lover's out there. Give a definition and tell the number of letters in each word of the solution - you don't have to tell what letter the word starts with - make others work for it! Both British/cryptic and American/straight clues are welcomed.

Players are strongly encouraged to provide the reasoning behind their guesses and evil hosts may choose to require this before confirming a correct guess. The first player to complete the solution to the host's satisfaction wins the next turn.

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Current Crossword



  • Like a savage I violated Mrs... by Kermit Fog - Dec 31, 03 (#1 of 5459)
  • Barbarian? by Sunnybrook - Dec 31, 03 (#2 of 5459)
  • Yep!.. by Kermit Fog - Jan 1, 04 (#3 of 5459)
  • A hair product that an elephant might get scared... by Sunnybrook - Jan 1, 04 (#4 of 5459)
  • mousse? by Eeva - Jan 1, 04 (#5 of 5459)
  • And Eeva is up! by Sunnybrook - Jan 2, 04 (#6 of 5459)
  • s€xually provocative but also a dubious command to... by Eeva - Jan 2, 04 (#7 of 5459)
  • come hither?.. by Sorin - Jan 3, 04 (#8 of 5459)
  • Exactly!.. by Eeva - Jan 3, 04 (#9 of 5459)
  • Gravity made girl a tumbler (5) by Sorin - Jan 4, 04 (#10 of 5459)
  • glass?.. by Joy Gold - Jan 4, 04 (#11 of 5459)
  • Yes Joy - you're up next! by Sorin - Jan 4, 04 (#12 of 5459)
  • nasty party game (8) by Joy Gold - Jan 5, 04 (#13 of 5459)
  • monopoly? by Sunnybrook - Jan 5, 04 (#14 of 5459)
  • lol!.. by Joy Gold - Jan 5, 04 (#15 of 5459)
  • charades? by Kermit Fog - Jan 5, 04 (#16 of 5459)
  • not charades either by Joy Gold - Jan 5, 04 (#17 of 5459)
  • recap: nasty party game (8) Not monopoly or... by Joy Gold - Jan 6, 04 (#18 of 5459)
  • nasty + party = game?.. by Kermit Fog - Jan 6, 04 (#19 of 5459)
  • party = gala? by Sunnybrook - Jan 6, 04 (#20 of 5459)
  • It's nasty + party = game but the party isn't a... by Joy Gold - Jan 6, 04 (#21 of 5459)
  • nasty = mean? by Lucky Scout - Jan 6, 04 (#22 of 5459)
  • Is it party, as in a political party (like Tory)? by Stevie B - Jan 7, 04 (#23 of 5459)
  • not mean, but another 4 letter word Not a... by Joy Gold - Jan 7, 04 (#24 of 5459)
  • ball? by Sunnybrook - Jan 7, 04 (#25 of 5459)
  • following Sunny's train of thought.. by Sorin - Jan 7, 04 (#26 of 5459)
  • how is base "nasty"? by Sunnybrook - Jan 7, 04 (#27 of 5459)
  • Sunny, base can mean "vile", "gross" so ..*drum... by Joy Gold - Jan 7, 04 (#28 of 5459)
  • :o) ransack and steal weapon (5) by Sorin - Jan 8, 04 (#29 of 5459)
  • rifle by Stevie B - Jan 8, 04 (#30 of 5459)
  • Yes Stevie!.. by Sorin - Jan 8, 04 (#31 of 5459)
  • Character, jumping, built red without turn (7) by Stevie B - Jan 8, 04 (#32 of 5459)
  • rewrite might help... by Stevie B - Jan 11, 04 (#33 of 5459)
  • This puzzle might make your hair stand up on end... by Stevie B - Jan 12, 04 (#34 of 5459)
  • dilbert?.. by Eeva - Jan 12, 04 (#35 of 5459)
  • Yes!.. by Stevie B - Jan 12, 04 (#36 of 5459)
  • Stand for the education in an university (8) by Eeva - Jan 12, 04 (#37 of 5459)
  • Stanford? by Kermit Fog - Jan 12, 04 (#38 of 5459)
  • Correct, your turn, Kermie. by Eeva - Jan 12, 04 (#39 of 5459)
  • Six cows wrangled: victory for the animal... by Kermit Fog - Jan 13, 04 (#40 of 5459)
  • adding a word...will answer questions! Six cows... by Kermit Fog - Jan 14, 04 (#41 of 5459)
  • Steve Irwin? by Stevie B - Jan 14, 04 (#42 of 5459)
  • I hope someone will explain the "six cows" part if... by Sunnybrook - Jan 14, 04 (#43 of 5459)
  • VI = Six, inside "Steer", plus "WIN" by Stevie B - Jan 14, 04 (#44 of 5459)
  • Oh, okay..thanks, I was trying to anagram the... by Sunnybrook - Jan 14, 04 (#45 of 5459)
  • You've got it, Stevie, and perfect explanation :o) by Kermit Fog - Jan 14, 04 (#46 of 5459)
  • Throw dish?.. by Stevie B - Jan 15, 04 (#47 of 5459)
  • bowl?.. by Martha Dumas - Jan 15, 04 (#48 of 5459)
  • yes!.. by Stevie B - Jan 15, 04 (#49 of 5459)
  • Watch computer screen?.. by Martha Dumas - Jan 15, 04 (#50 of 5459)
  • monitor (double meaning) by Sunnybrook - Jan 15, 04 (#51 of 5459)
  • monitor (double meaning) Yup... by Martha Dumas - Jan 16, 04 (#52 of 5459)
  • Found yourself in a quamire?.. by Sunnybrook - Jan 16, 04 (#53 of 5459)
  • Do you mean quaGmire? by Stevie B - Jan 16, 04 (#54 of 5459)
  • Found yourself in a quagmire?.. by Sunnybrook - Jan 16, 04 (#55 of 5459)
  • what's quagmire anyway? by Atanua- 8^) - Jan 16, 04 (#56 of 5459)
  • a swamp... by Martha Dumas - Jan 16, 04 (#57 of 5459)
  • ah, thanks! by Atanua- 8^) - Jan 16, 04 (#58 of 5459)
  • That would be one meaning of quagmire by Sunnybrook - Jan 16, 04 (#59 of 5459)
  • Marshmallow? by Kermit Fog - Jan 18, 04 (#60 of 5459)
  • And Kermit has it by Sunnybrook - Jan 19, 04 (#61 of 5459)
  • Fantastic hooters!.. by Kermit Fog - Jan 19, 04 (#62 of 5459)
  • Super Bowl Sunday?.. by Sorin - Jan 19, 04 (#63 of 5459)
  • Perfect, Frankie!.. by Kermit Fog - Jan 20, 04 (#64 of 5459)
  • nice clue!.. by Sorin - Jan 21, 04 (#65 of 5459)
  • Cab - I - Net by Stevie B - Jan 21, 04 (#66 of 5459)
  • Yes!.. by Sorin - Jan 21, 04 (#67 of 5459)
  • Thump drink (5) by Stevie B - Jan 21, 04 (#68 of 5459)
  • punch (double def)? by Sorin - Jan 21, 04 (#69 of 5459)
  • No problems there... by Stevie B - Jan 21, 04 (#70 of 5459)
  • Delight in rich armagnac (5) by Sorin - Jan 22, 04 (#71 of 5459)
  • Ooooh... by Alex's Foot - Jan 22, 04 (#72 of 5459)
  • BTW, I think you must have got the number of... by Alex's Foot - Jan 22, 04 (#73 of 5459)
  • Charm?.. by Eeva - Jan 22, 04 (#74 of 5459)
  • Alex's Foot Is it cognac?.. by Sorin - Jan 22, 04 (#75 of 5459)
  • Afternoon service by a singer-actress can be... by Eeva - Jan 22, 04 (#76 of 5459)
  • I am sure an afternoon concert by Madonna... by Sunnybrook - Jan 22, 04 (#77 of 5459)
  • LOL, Sunny! by Eeva - Jan 22, 04 (#78 of 5459)
  • tea + cher = teacher? by Kermit Fog - Jan 22, 04 (#79 of 5459)
  • Correct, Kermie... by Eeva - Jan 22, 04 (#80 of 5459)
  • Hovel made a covering for crime-solver (5) by Kermit Fog - Jan 23, 04 (#81 of 5459)
  • Willing to answer questions!.. by Kermit Fog - Jan 25, 04 (#82 of 5459)
  • What's a hovel? by Sunnybrook - Jan 26, 04 (#83 of 5459)
  • Sunny - a hut. by Martha Dumas - Jan 26, 04 (#84 of 5459)
  • I see home, to get Holmes.. by Sunnybrook - Jan 26, 04 (#85 of 5459)
  • crime-solver = PI? Is the word we are looking... by Joy Gold - Jan 26, 04 (#86 of 5459)
  • What's a hovel?.. by Kermit Fog - Jan 26, 04 (#87 of 5459)
  • Is there some crime-solver called Velma? by Eeva - Jan 26, 04 (#88 of 5459)
  • Sure - Scooby Doo... by Alex's Foot - Jan 27, 04 (#89 of 5459)
  • It's so strikingly hidden in 'hovel made'... by Eeva - Jan 27, 04 (#90 of 5459)
  • Does the well known crime solver have a partner... by Rik Shepherd - Jan 27, 04 (#91 of 5459)
  • Eeva, there is indeed a Velma from Scooby Doo,... by Kermit Fog - Jan 27, 04 (#92 of 5459)
  • an edible mollusk has a degree in solo (7) by Eeva - Jan 27, 04 (#93 of 5459)
  • abalone?.. by Sorin - Jan 28, 04 (#94 of 5459)
  • Exactly, Frankie... by Eeva - Jan 28, 04 (#95 of 5459)
  • find out about the shrub (7) by Sorin - Jan 28, 04 (#96 of 5459)
  • willing to answer questions... by Sorin - Jan 29, 04 (#97 of 5459)
  • Are we looking for a 7-letter word meaning find?.. by Joy Gold - Jan 29, 04 (#98 of 5459)
  • Joy Are we looking for a 7-letter word meaning... by Sorin - Jan 29, 04 (#99 of 5459)
  • So, we are looking for a 7 letter bush? by Sunnybrook - Jan 29, 04 (#100 of 5459)
  • Sunnybrook - So, we are looking for a 7 letter... by Sorin - Jan 29, 04 (#101 of 5459)
  • find out about the shrub (7) you are looking for... by Sorin - Jan 30, 04 (#102 of 5459)
  • A flowering shrub? by Sunnybrook - Jan 30, 04 (#103 of 5459)
  • Sunny A flowering shrub?.. by Sorin - Jan 30, 04 (#104 of 5459)
  • a rosebush?.. by Sunnybrook - Jan 30, 04 (#105 of 5459)
  • Is it an anagram? by Alex's Foot - Jan 30, 04 (#106 of 5459)
  • anagram of "findout" ? by Kermit Fog - Jan 30, 04 (#107 of 5459)
  • Sunny - a rosebush?.. by Sorin - Jan 30, 04 (#108 of 5459)
  • Is there a synonym of "find out"?.. by Eeva - Jan 30, 04 (#109 of 5459)
  • mulberry? by Sunnybrook - Jan 31, 04 (#110 of 5459)
  • Eeva - Is there a synonym of "find out"?.. by Sorin - Feb 1, 04 (#111 of 5459)
  • hear? by Sunnybrook - Feb 1, 04 (#112 of 5459)
  • Sunny - hear?.. by Sorin - Feb 1, 04 (#113 of 5459)
  • recap: find out about the shrub (7) you are... by Sorin - Feb 2, 04 (#114 of 5459)
  • heather?.. by Martha Dumas - Feb 2, 04 (#115 of 5459)
  • Martha heather?.. by Sorin - Feb 2, 04 (#116 of 5459)
  • *pinging Martha* by Jannana - Feb 5, 04 (#117 of 5459)
  • Ooops! by Martha Dumas - Feb 5, 04 (#118 of 5459)
  • Multiply this carbonated beverage by itself to get... by Martha Dumas - Feb 5, 04 (#119 of 5459)
  • cola?.. by Stevie B - Feb 5, 04 (#120 of 5459)
  • cola?.. by Martha Dumas - Feb 6, 04 (#121 of 5459)
  • ohhh..that's cute.. by Sunnybrook - Feb 6, 04 (#122 of 5459)
  • root beer... by Martha Dumas - Feb 6, 04 (#123 of 5459)
  • oh..right, now I have to think of one.. by Sunnybrook - Feb 6, 04 (#124 of 5459)
  • reins?.. by Sorin - Feb 8, 04 (#125 of 5459)
  • Sorin is up! by Sunnybrook - Feb 8, 04 (#126 of 5459)
  • It seems like every time I get here someone has... by Lupin - Feb 8, 04 (#127 of 5459)
  • very cute!.. by Sorin - Feb 8, 04 (#128 of 5459)
  • npi, but i'll try: broken bow=peace, calm?.. by Lupin - Feb 8, 04 (#129 of 5459)
  • npi = no pun intended?.. by Martha Dumas - Feb 9, 04 (#130 of 5459)
  • Lupin - burn=char YES = anagram of arch (=... by Sorin - Feb 9, 04 (#131 of 5459)
  • I am not good at this (and it was more of a lucky... by Lupin - Feb 9, 04 (#132 of 5459)
  • ** cookie player ping ** ;-) by Atanua- 8^) - Feb 11, 04 (#133 of 5459)
  • chess+angel=changeless ? by Eeva - Feb 11, 04 (#134 of 5459)
  • Eeva - chess+angel=changeless ?.. by Lupin - Feb 11, 04 (#135 of 5459)
  • LOL, Lupin If someone is short from the... by Eeva - Feb 11, 04 (#136 of 5459)
  • What a great look clue! by Alex's Foot - Feb 11, 04 (#137 of 5459)
  • How about guessing? by Eeva - Feb 12, 04 (#138 of 5459)
  • OK, well I've got two guesses to the... by Alex's Foot - Feb 13, 04 (#139 of 5459)
  • well, your option 2 is on the right track, but you... by Eeva - Feb 13, 04 (#140 of 5459)
  • stubborn? by dawnyoder - Feb 14, 04 (#141 of 5459)
  • STUBBORN is correct!.. by Eeva - Feb 14, 04 (#142 of 5459)
  • Essay maintains I'm liberal, smartly (6) by dawnyoder - Feb 15, 04 (#143 of 5459)
  • writer? by dianawolf - Feb 16, 04 (#144 of 5459)
  • writer?.. by dawnyoder - Feb 16, 04 (#145 of 5459)
  • No one wants to attempt this? by dawnyoder - Feb 17, 04 (#146 of 5459)
  • are we looking for a word for "smartly" ?.. by Kermit Fog - Feb 17, 04 (#147 of 5459)
  • Essay maintains I'm liberal, smartly (6) Are we... by Joy Gold - Feb 17, 04 (#148 of 5459)
  • Are we looking for a descriptive word for a... by dianawolf - Feb 17, 04 (#149 of 5459)
  • You're looking for a word that means smartly, but... by dawnyoder - Feb 17, 04 (#150 of 5459)
  • wisely? by Kermit Fog - Feb 17, 04 (#151 of 5459)
  • Do the words rhyme?.. by dianawolf - Feb 17, 04 (#152 of 5459)
  • Not...wisely, analysis, critique, briskly,... by dawnyoder - Feb 18, 04 (#153 of 5459)
  • oops not thesis either by dawnyoder - Feb 18, 04 (#154 of 5459)
  • SO, I'm thinking that we need to anagram a four... by Alex's Foot - Feb 18, 04 (#155 of 5459)
  • IM is part of the answer.....take a shot at it. by dawnyoder - Feb 18, 04 (#156 of 5459)
  • impress comes to mind, but it's 7 letters.. by Sunnybrook - Feb 18, 04 (#157 of 5459)
  • trimly?.. by Sorin - Feb 19, 04 (#158 of 5459)
  • And Sorin has it! by dawnyoder - Feb 20, 04 (#159 of 5459)
  • Nice clue and solution... by Alex's Foot - Feb 22, 04 (#160 of 5459)
  • mythical creature has one seed (7) by Sorin - Feb 22, 04 (#161 of 5459)
  • unicorn?.. by Joy Gold - Feb 22, 04 (#162 of 5459)
  • The Book of Lore has a passage relating to the... by Lupin - Feb 22, 04 (#163 of 5459)
  • Yes Joy - you're up next! by Sorin - Feb 23, 04 (#164 of 5459)
  • LOL Lupin!.. by Joy Gold - Feb 23, 04 (#165 of 5459)
  • triplet? by Kermit Fog - Feb 23, 04 (#166 of 5459)
  • triples? by dianawolf - Feb 23, 04 (#167 of 5459)
  • trinity?.. by Sorin - Feb 23, 04 (#168 of 5459)
  • Perfect, Sorin!.. by Joy Gold - Feb 23, 04 (#169 of 5459)
  • nice clue Joy!.. by Sorin - Feb 24, 04 (#170 of 5459)
  • Stalin? by Kermit Fog - Feb 24, 04 (#171 of 5459)
  • Hubble? by dianawolf - Feb 24, 04 (#172 of 5459)
  • (ahem) molest? by dianawolf - Feb 24, 04 (#173 of 5459)
  • Yes Kermit!.. by Sorin - Feb 25, 04 (#174 of 5459)
  • Short note:The P&S Tips and Resources page has... by Atanua- 8^) - Feb 25, 04 (#175 of 5459)
  • Weird Betty is strange as a talking canary... by Kermit Fog - Feb 25, 04 (#176 of 5459)
  • talking canary - (tweety) - (4)bird?.. by dianawolf - Feb 25, 04 (#177 of 5459)
  • Somehow out of that you got all the words ;o) ... by Kermit Fog - Feb 25, 04 (#178 of 5459)
  • Tweety is the only talking canary I've heard... by dianawolf - Feb 26, 04 (#179 of 5459)
  • This detective didn't care if it was a Monday or... by dianawolf - Feb 26, 04 (#180 of 5459)
  • Friday by Sunnybrook - Feb 26, 04 (#181 of 5459)
  • Sunny - Friday Yes Sunny is Up! by dianawolf - Feb 26, 04 (#182 of 5459)
  • It sounded like a scandal, but it wasn't, it was... by Sunnybrook - Feb 26, 04 (#183 of 5459)
  • So are we looking for a word that is a fish, or... by Sorin - Mar 1, 04 (#184 of 5459)
  • Sorin (#184 of 184) t used to it." Robert... by Sunnybrook - Mar 1, 04 (#185 of 5459)
  • feel free to toss around some four letter words... by Sunnybrook - Mar 2, 04 (#186 of 5459)
  • tale? by Stevie B - Mar 2, 04 (#187 of 5459)
  • Stevie B (#187 of 187) tale?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 3, 04 (#188 of 5459)
  • Cinz?.. by Stevie B - Mar 3, 04 (#189 of 5459)
  • Sham? by Stevie B - Mar 3, 04 (#190 of 5459)
  • Sham!.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 3, 04 (#191 of 5459)
  • Sharm?.. by Stevie B - Mar 3, 04 (#192 of 5459)
  • Not Sharm I'm shocked!.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 3, 04 (#193 of 5459)
  • Shamu by Bettina Dawkins - Mar 3, 04 (#194 of 5459)
  • That was about two years ago... by Stevie B - Mar 3, 04 (#195 of 5459)
  • And Bettina is up! by Sunnybrook - Mar 4, 04 (#196 of 5459)
  • I've e-mailed Bettina, let's give her a few days... by Atanua- 8^) - Mar 5, 04 (#197 of 5459)
  • I'm sorry you guys... by Bettina Dawkins - Mar 5, 04 (#198 of 5459)
  • ** luring players ** What is represented by... by Atanua- 8^) - Mar 8, 04 (#199 of 5459)
  • four part harmony? by Kermit Fog - Mar 8, 04 (#200 of 5459)
  • Kermit got it... by Bettina Dawkins - Mar 8, 04 (#201 of 5459)
  • Ankarra meat market first global hall to have... by Kermit Fog - Mar 8, 04 (#202 of 5459)
  • Turkey's?.. by dianawolf - Mar 8, 04 (#203 of 5459)
  • Turkey's?.. by Kermit Fog - Mar 8, 04 (#204 of 5459)
  • Turkish? by dianawolf - Mar 9, 04 (#205 of 5459)
  • You're halfway there, dianawolf :o) Ankarra meat... by Kermit Fog - Mar 9, 04 (#206 of 5459)
  • Klavish?;o/ (as in Baklava) by dianawolf - Mar 9, 04 (#207 of 5459)
  • Klavish?;o/ (as in Baklava) Nopers, not that... by Kermit Fog - Mar 9, 04 (#208 of 5459)
  • turkish delight?.. by Sorin - Mar 10, 04 (#209 of 5459)
  • Perfect, Sorin!.. by Kermit Fog - Mar 10, 04 (#210 of 5459)
  • I have found it, said Europe about Kelvin’s blood... by Sorin - Mar 11, 04 (#211 of 5459)
  • *gathering bath towels* by Nemesis - Mar 11, 04 (#212 of 5459)
  • ??? by Alex's Foot - Mar 11, 04 (#213 of 5459)
  • *that's for very wet Archimedes, Alex* by Eeva - Mar 11, 04 (#214 of 5459)
  • LOL Come on guys...don't be shy... by Sorin - Mar 11, 04 (#215 of 5459)
  • I reckon Nemesis should get it for knowing it was... by Stevie B - Mar 11, 04 (#216 of 5459)
  • I reek??? by Nemesis - Mar 11, 04 (#217 of 5459)
  • ??? by Stevie B - Mar 11, 04 (#218 of 5459)
  • aww well, just to make you both happy: I have... by Nemesis - Mar 11, 04 (#219 of 5459)
  • Ahhhh... by Alex's Foot - Mar 11, 04 (#220 of 5459)
  • Perfect, Nem!.. by Sorin - Mar 11, 04 (#221 of 5459)
  • Thanks Frankie ;-) Andean country in popular... by Nemesis - Mar 11, 04 (#222 of 5459)
  • No guesses before the weekend?.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#223 of 5459)
  • what is andean? by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#224 of 5459)
  • Andean = of the Andes (mountain range) by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#225 of 5459)
  • I admit it's rather obscure.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#226 of 5459)
  • andean country (Swiss) Popular drinks (Ale,... by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#227 of 5459)
  • andean country (Swiss) no to this, the Andes... by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#228 of 5459)
  • masonary = bricks?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#229 of 5459)
  • Teas?.. by Alex's Foot - Mar 12, 04 (#230 of 5459)
  • masonary = bricks?.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#231 of 5459)
  • Teas?.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#232 of 5459)
  • Tea is?.. by Alex's Foot - Mar 12, 04 (#233 of 5459)
  • There are two drinks?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#234 of 5459)
  • Tea is?.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#235 of 5459)
  • gin is in there too but that only leaves "ran"... by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#236 of 5459)
  • heyyyy sneaky Alex!.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#237 of 5459)
  • I guess I shouldn't have deleted that post then... by Alex's Foot - Mar 12, 04 (#238 of 5459)
  • it's okay, it's been immortalised in mine :-p by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#239 of 5459)
  • What did Alex post? by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#240 of 5459)
  • The non-bold bits in my last reply-post, Sunny by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#241 of 5459)
  • ginseng? by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#242 of 5459)
  • ginseng nope, getting further away.. by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#243 of 5459)
  • I have to go soon - hopefully will check up on the... by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#244 of 5459)
  • Is the other drink associated with tea or coffee? by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#245 of 5459)
  • is the other drink associated with tea or... by Nemesis - Mar 12, 04 (#246 of 5459)
  • (non alcoholic drink) rain? by dianawolf - Mar 12, 04 (#247 of 5459)
  • The comment of "gin" and you said it was close... by Sunnybrook - Mar 12, 04 (#248 of 5459)
  • water? by dawnyoder - Mar 12, 04 (#249 of 5459)
  • No to rain and water, diana and dawn, but YES to... by Nemesis - Mar 14, 04 (#250 of 5459)
  • it might help if someone would do a recap of what... by Nemesis - Mar 15, 04 (#251 of 5459)
  • recap: Andean country in popular drinks of... by Eeva - Mar 15, 04 (#252 of 5459)
  • recap: Andean country in popular drinks of... by Nemesis - Mar 15, 04 (#253 of 5459)
  • You mean the drinks were popular in Britain and... by Eeva - Mar 15, 04 (#254 of 5459)
  • You mean the drinks were popular in Britain and... by Nemesis - Mar 15, 04 (#255 of 5459)
  • Tectonic?.. by Kermit Fog - Mar 15, 04 (#256 of 5459)
  • And Kermie is UP!!.. by Nemesis - Mar 15, 04 (#257 of 5459)
  • hehe thank you ;o) Comedians MacDonald and Dick... by Kermit Fog - Mar 15, 04 (#258 of 5459)
  • Any chance those comedians are Norm and Andy... by Sorin - Mar 16, 04 (#259 of 5459)
  • There's every chance, Frankie!.. by Kermit Fog - Mar 16, 04 (#260 of 5459)
  • :o) Liaison began by a stuttered festival (6) by Sorin - Mar 16, 04 (#261 of 5459)
  • affair (a-f-fair)? by Eeva - Mar 16, 04 (#262 of 5459)
  • Woohoo Eeva!.. by Sorin - Mar 17, 04 (#263 of 5459)
  • It is a charm in a person (8) by Eeva - Mar 17, 04 (#264 of 5459)
  • humanity? by dianawolf - Mar 17, 04 (#265 of 5459)
  • a beautiful thought, Diana, but not that. by Eeva - Mar 17, 04 (#266 of 5459)
  • charisma? by mad_megt - Mar 18, 04 (#267 of 5459)
  • CHARISMA it is... by Eeva - Mar 18, 04 (#268 of 5459)
  • Worthy of incontinence protection (10) by mad_megt - Mar 19, 04 (#269 of 5459)
  • hehehe... by Kermit Fog - Mar 19, 04 (#270 of 5459)
  • dependable? by Joy Gold - Mar 19, 04 (#271 of 5459)
  • Yep, Jay... by mad_megt - Mar 19, 04 (#272 of 5459)
  • Sorry, I meant Joy... by mad_megt - Mar 19, 04 (#273 of 5459)
  • Thanks, Meg :o) These folk take the high track... by Joy Gold - Mar 19, 04 (#274 of 5459)
  • ** leaving player cookies ** ;-) by Atanua- 8^) - Mar 23, 04 (#275 of 5459)
  • Are we looking for a type of people?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 23, 04 (#276 of 5459)
  • Yes you are looking for a type of "people" and... by Joy Gold - Mar 23, 04 (#277 of 5459)
  • high track = mono rail?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 23, 04 (#278 of 5459)
  • high track = mono rail?.. by Joy Gold - Mar 23, 04 (#279 of 5459)
  • high track = ski lift?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 23, 04 (#280 of 5459)
  • Not those... by Joy Gold - Mar 23, 04 (#281 of 5459)
  • I know.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 23, 04 (#282 of 5459)
  • not Amtrak, although, last I heard, you could take... by Joy Gold - Mar 23, 04 (#283 of 5459)
  • Is that your way of saying that "high tracks" that... by Sunnybrook - Mar 23, 04 (#284 of 5459)
  • High track/Chicago's rail system -> El? by mad_megt - Mar 23, 04 (#285 of 5459)
  • Sunny: no to carafe mad_megt: Yes!.. by Joy Gold - Mar 23, 04 (#286 of 5459)
  • are we referring to Elves?.. by Sunnybrook - Mar 23, 04 (#287 of 5459)
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