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CrowleyHead
06-10-2017, 01:20 PM
Those points in the day you see a sentence or a phrase and you kind of do a double take on it. Such as:


at long last, the rarely seen intersection between “soft sapphic” and “swamp hag”

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06-10-2017, 01:25 PM
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Leo
06-10-2017, 08:41 PM
“pro-life in the streets, pro-choice in the sheets”

from the ny times op-ed about congressman tim murphy, a staunch anti-abortion politician who resigned yesterday after his mistress (!) revealed he encouraged her to abort their love child.


EDIT: on second thought, i'm not sure these words are the type you meant for this thread, crowley. is this thread for clever turns of a phrase or unusual word couplings? luka's contribution doesn't clarify the matter. ;)

Mr. Tea
07-10-2017, 10:38 PM
Guess it's meant to be a thread where we communicate in words, instead of the usual combination of emoji, machine code, Mayan glyphs and tramp signs.

Leo
11-10-2017, 02:43 PM
read this morning on axios, a mainstream political news website run by the founders of politico...talk about doing a double take!


One of the most in-demand Republican operatives says of Bannon: "One year from now everyone is going to reminisce about this in the same way 90s kids do about Ini Kamoza's 'Here Comes the Hotstepper' — 'Oh, yeah. I remember that song. What the hell happened to him? Just that one song, huh?"

of all the one-hit wonders he could have chosen to illustrate his point! it's not like the 90s didn't have a hundred other more popular ones.

CrowleyHead
21-10-2017, 09:41 PM
Screaming Ethereal Cowboy God

Tea, don't be dull