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JenL
Well when you have claws, the words "toe" and "finger" take on different aspects of meaning ;-)
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Son of a Pronator Man
I thought "wonce" was a new verb of which I was ignorant, as I was with "twerk" ( sadly I am not any longer ignorant of "twerk"
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1:01pm, 13 Nov 2013
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Wobbling
Yes, I imagine.
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1:04pm, 13 Nov 2013
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JenL
I like words that could easily be words but that we don't use (yet). I'll have to find a meaning for "wonce".
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1:10pm, 13 Nov 2013
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Wobbling
To wonce: behaving in an annoying manner, very similar to Jonathan Ross, that causing people to feel slight embarrassment on your behalf.

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About an hour ago, I caught the littlest toe of my left foot on the table leg and it hurt so much I ...

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