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post #1 of 6 Old Dec 14th, 2015, 11:32 am Thread Starter
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ribald slogans and admonitions

Trying to titivate the humor forum.
(what a great word, "titivate")

keep it subtle....

my entry;

"Cunning linguists of the world..., stick with it."

or

Heterosexuals of the world, unite!

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Re: your ribald slogans and admonitions

I think you meant titillate...

In any case "I knew that having that 2nd beer at lunch was a mistake!" is something you should never say in an afternoon business meeting!!!

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Re: your ribald slogans and admonitions

[QUOTE=zippy_gg;1459538]I think you meant titillate...QUOTE]

Well, "titillate" works, but I did mean "titivate".

A secondary definition of titivate: "2. (transitive) to smarten up (a thing): to titivate a restaurant."

Quick cut n paste of some synonyms for titivate: make like new, revitalize, cleanse, enliven, invigorate, refresh, sweeten, activate, air, purify restore, revive, rouse, ventilate...

I was trying to simulate some submissions along the line of Christopher Walkin's "Colonel Angus" skit on SNL, or Big Johnson.



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Re: your ribald slogans and admonitions

The best one-liner of all time (in retrospect, of course)........

NONE SHALL PASS!!!!!!!


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Re: your ribald slogans and admonitions

never trust anything that bleeds for 5 days and doesn't die
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Re: your ribald slogans and admonitions

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never trust anything that bleeds for 5 days and doesn't die
Misogynistic much?

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