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March 18, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

Top 10 favourite words

1. Clearly – because it reminds me of beautiful waterfalls,
2. klump – I’m not sure why but this word just makes me laugh, a lot,
3. Loin – because it is a funny word and because this is the answer Lauren gave me when I asked her what she thought Jesus smelt like,
4. Opaque – one of the first big words I remember learning when I was younger,
5. Innuendo – in-your-endo,
6. Mentalist – a funny word for a brilliant program,
7. Creepy – but only as a cute nickname,
8. Love – I like to hear it and I like to say it,
9. Clang – this word has a good sound, a solid, satisfying clangy sound,
10. Bear – because it reminds me of my gorgeous old doggy who was famous in Dorset for looking like a big, fluffy bear.

Now try putting all of those in the same sentence!


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