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  1. #131
    soporific like J R R Tolkien

    As exciting as...
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  2. #132
    as exciting as now


    substantial like...

  3. #133
    Substantial, like a Welsh quarterback.

    As fragile and flimsy as ...
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  4. #134
    as fragile and flimsy as the hint.lings of concept attempting to emerge complete

    relentless like...

  5. #135
    Relentless, like a pack of predators pursuing prey.

    As alliterative as ...
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  6. #136
    as alliterative as little lizzy's list in lisp.

    illiterate like

  7. #137
    illiterate, like, you know, well, not good with words like.

    As terminal as …


    illiterate is one of those words that seems to be changing meaning, nowadays it seems to be used as I have above, to mean having a lack of understanding of words, rather than being unable to read and write. Now we need a new word for people who can not read or write, any suggestions?
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  8. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by Olly Buckle View Post
    illiterate is one of those words that seems to be changing meaning, nowadays it seems to be used as I have above, to mean having a lack of understanding of words, rather than being unable to read and write. Now we need a new word for people who can not read or write, any suggestions?
    visual thinkers?
    "stuck-in-the-nowsters"
    shred-ed?
    co-laterals?


    as terminal as 404.

    germinal like

  9. #139
    germinal like a first set of magnets.

    as velvety as

  10. #140
    as velvety as the cat's ears

    As dented as ...
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