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Posted: 1/2/2006 5:58:43 PM EDT
WTF???

How is that a sport?!

Link Posted: 1/2/2006 5:59:37 PM EDT
SWEET!!!!!

S W E E T SWEET!
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:00:43 PM EDT

Originally Posted By mjohn3006:
SWEET!!!!!

S W E E T SWEET!




CAN YOU PLS USE THAT IN A SENTENCE..
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:02:15 PM EDT

Originally Posted By mjohn3006:
SWEET!!!!!

S W E E T SWEET!



Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:02:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/2/2006 6:02:48 PM EDT by Wingnut116ACW]
Watchin Scrabble on ESPN is sweet.
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:03:21 PM EDT
Remember that tard that tried to spell duenna about 8 years ago?

She would say a letter.....pause thoughtfully and scrunch her face up and say another letter.


I think she lost!

Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:04:13 PM EDT

Originally Posted By mjohn3006:
SWEET!!!!!

S W E E T SWEET!



What is the language of origin please?
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:05:13 PM EDT

Originally Posted By Penguin_101:

Originally Posted By mjohn3006:
SWEET!!!!!

S W E E T SWEET!



What is the language of origin please?


Can I get that in a Sentence?
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:06:08 PM EDT
you'd have thought they would have put that on the Ocho.
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:07:08 PM EDT

Originally Posted By XDBACKUPGUN:
Remember that tard that tried to spell duenna about 8 years ago?

She would say a letter.....pause thoughtfully and scrunch her face up and say another letter.


I think she lost!




Is that the girl who always covers her mouth between letters like she's saying it to herself first?
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:08:42 PM EDT

Originally Posted By XDBACKUPGUN:

Originally Posted By Penguin_101:

Originally Posted By mjohn3006:
SWEET!!!!!

S W E E T SWEET!



What is the language of origin please?


Can I get that in a Sentence?


Main Entry: 1sweet
Pronunciation: 'swEt
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English swete, from Old English swEte; akin to Old High German suozi sweet, Latin suadEre to urge, suavis sweet, Greek hEdys
1 a (1) : pleasing to the taste (2) : being or inducing the one of the four basic taste sensations that is typically induced by disaccharides and is mediated especially by receptors in taste buds at the front of the tongue -- compare BITTER, SALT, SOUR b (1) of a beverage : containing a sweetening ingredient : not dry (2) of wine : retaining a portion of natural sugar
2 a : pleasing to the mind or feelings : AGREEABLE, GRATIFYING -- often used as a generalized term of approval <how sweet it is> b : marked by gentle good humor or kindliness c : FRAGRANT d (1) : delicately pleasing to the ear or eye (2) : played in a straightforward melodic style <sweet jazz> e : SACCHARINE, CLOYING
3 : much loved : DEAR
4 a : not sour, rancid, decaying, or stale : WHOLESOME <sweet milk> b : not salt or salted : FRESH <sweet butter> c of land : free from excessive acidity d : free from noxious gases and odors e : free from excess of acid, sulfur, or corrosive salts <sweet crude oil>
5 : SKILLFUL, PROFICIENT <a sweet golf swing>
6 -- used as an intensive <take your own sweet time>
- sweet·ly adverb
- sweet·ness noun
- sweet on : having a crush on
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:09:56 PM EDT
They leave it on ESPN art work, no matter whats on
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:24:50 PM EDT
I love spelling bees, and often used to win them when I was a kid. Most people who poke fun at them were probably bad spellers as kids.....

My own kids don't have them in school. Official reason: no time, since the curriculum is so jam-packed, but teachers tell me that pols and administration don't want to make kids look bad. My take: they don't want to make themselves look bad, since a lot of my former colleagues back when I was a teacher couldn't have spelled their way out of a paper bag...
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 6:34:36 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/2/2006 7:37:34 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 82ndAbn:
Is it full contact?



Ummm....I think you're talking about a poetry slam.....

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