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Shotgun011
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Just use a word that has become obsolete or is archaic to describe the person above you

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Shotgun011
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Arrivance

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tubular

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idem per idem

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'srngaveram', which is ancient Sanskrit for ginger, formed from 'srngam' meaning horn and 'vera' meaning body and thought to describe the shape of the ginger root!

Hi Ginger! hello1
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snarly

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ginger86 wrote:
snarly

Excuse me, that's not growling, it's just loud purring - I'm just a big pussycat really! Liar

Comely
Guest
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bounder!
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Cad
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Chavy

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Dullard Whistle
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Larkish


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virginal Liar

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ginger86 wrote:
virginal Liar


Hmmm. Never been called a a small rectangular spinet having no legs before..... giggle

Coquettish


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Chapman (archaic term for a pedlar)
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Malepert

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Comely Damsel

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