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AerBabe
18th Oct 2001, 00:09
Why is there only one Monopolies and Mergers Commission?

Why is monosyllabic not?

Who put the 's' in lisp?

pigboat
18th Oct 2001, 00:16
More importantly, who put the bomp in the bomp-sh-bomp?
And I'm too embarrassed to ask who put the ram in the ram-a-lam-a-ding-dong. :o

ShyTorque
18th Oct 2001, 03:24
And as far as [email protected] is concerned, please don't ask!

I can't believe it! It just auto-edited a Yorkshire town! :D

ShyT

[ 17 October 2001: Message edited by: ShyTorque ]

Dr Jekyll
18th Oct 2001, 12:21
And why are antisocial diseases called social diseases?

angels
18th Oct 2001, 13:34
Why is 'abbreviate' a long word??

Flyingcircus.
18th Oct 2001, 14:14
Why is phonetic not?

Why is it that hole and whole mean almost exact opposites?

The same goes with raise and raze!

ShyTorque
18th Oct 2001, 14:33
Why aren't there any words that rhyme with Orange?

Dave Hedgehog
18th Oct 2001, 23:09
and Purple

Loki
18th Oct 2001, 23:40
At the risk of repeating myself again:

What was the best thing before sliced bread?

And why are wrong numbers never engaged?

[ 18 October 2001: Message edited by: Loki ]

[ 18 October 2001: Message edited by: Loki ]

AerBabe
19th Oct 2001, 02:16
Nothing rhymes with porridge either....

And why is dyslexia so hard to spell?

Thud_and_Blunder
19th Oct 2001, 03:27
..flammable and inflammable..

Cypher
19th Oct 2001, 10:48
Aerobabe.. you must be bored :)

Well I suppose watching bacteria grow must be like watching paint dry..

:p

Zippy the Rabid Gerbil

Kermit 180
19th Oct 2001, 11:20
'Forrage' rhymes with porridge. :p

I must be bored! :rolleyes:

radeng
19th Oct 2001, 12:12
Shytalk,

Since when was S****horpe in Yorkshire?

I think that part of Lincolnshire is now South Humberside or something equally silly, but never Yorkshire.

And auto editing a town's name is ridiculous!

[ 19 October 2001: Message edited by: radeng ]

OzExpat
19th Oct 2001, 13:51
AB... I think ya need to get out more often... :D :D :D

ShyTorque
19th Oct 2001, 14:18
Radeng,

You mean they moved it again? Oops, sorry.

BTW If we're going to be pedantic - it's ShyTorque ;)

ShyTorque

Tricky Woo
19th Oct 2001, 14:43
Hi All,

'Lozenge' rhymes with 'orange'.

Strangely enough I've never seen it used. Maybe I've discovered the holy grail of poetry? Poets have for centuries had to avoid the word orange 'cos they knew they didn't have a hope of rhyming it with anything. Just imagine how frustrated Shakespeare must have been when he had to change 'her lips were orange like the orange' to some twaddle about 'ruby' and 'rose'. Poor sod.

Well, anyway, it's solved now, and I await a phone call from the Nobel Prize people with anticipation.

TW

Grainger
19th Oct 2001, 15:40
So:

There was a young lady called 'Orange'
whose **** was shaped like a lozenge....

:confused: :confused: :confused:

Obviously Tricks you have a different definition of what constitues a rhyme....

[ 19 October 2001: Message edited by: Grainger ]

dingducky
24th Oct 2001, 10:59
Why does the sun lighten our hair but darken our skin?

Why doesn't glue stick to the inside of the bottle?

Why don't you ever see the headline "Psychic Wins Lottery"?

Why is a boxing ring square?

Why is it considered necessary to nail down
the lid of a coffin?

Why is it that doctors call what they do "practice"?

Why is it that rain drops but snow falls?

Why is it that to stop Windows 95, you have to click on "Start"?

Loki
25th Oct 2001, 02:00
Why is a persons bottom actually at the middle of their body?

RW-1
25th Oct 2001, 02:13
Why ...

Why why why why why why why ....


Ok, I'm done now. Or perhaps not.

Mirkin About
25th Oct 2001, 04:21
Why why why Delilah :p