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    14 Oct '13 02:52
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    lemon lime lol.......................................................................... in context "Females", though wonderful, are a luxury.

    kev, intimacy is too.

    What are we doing here? Having a conversation? What's needed to satisfy and eliminate the growing frustrations?

    A Categorical Noun: Fe_____

    [b]Basic Human Needs


    Nothing ...[text shortened]... acy, etc. There's one that's seldom if ever listed. Care to guess? And no, it's not a game. (OP)[/b]
    Fellowship is wrong? 😳
  2. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Oct '13 02:56
    Originally posted by ale1552
    Fellowship is wrong? 😳
    Of course nothing wrong with "Fellowship"; if it involves spirited conversation, that need in context is already being met.
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    14 Oct '13 03:02
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Of course nothing wrong with "Fellowship"; if it involves spirited conversation, that need in context is already being met.
    Bob, do you know what I think? I think you are a sadist. So there! 😛 I've run out of patience. Bye.
  4. Standard memberlemon lime
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    14 Oct '13 03:071 edit
    Originally posted by ale1552
    Bob, do you know what I think? I think you are a sadist. So there! 😛 I've run out of patience. Bye.
    Flagellation?

    Awww c**p! Too many letters and too many vowels... and the second letter is supposed to be "e". 😞
  5. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Oct '13 03:335 edits
    Originally posted by ale1552
    Bob, do you know what I think? I think you are a sadist. So there! 😛 I've run out of patience. Bye.
    My Dear Lady ale, you are so very frustrated because you've been patiently expecting an answer which wasn't forthcoming; for some unknown reason it's been repeatedly withheld. In your shoes, I may have run low on patience sooner than you did. The same concern or frustration is also experienced when we call a friend who isn't home and leave a message, which isn't returned. It takes place in the same way with emails which expect replies that never come. Also, in online site forums, when we start a thread or reply to someone else's thread and our posts receive no reply. The frustration experienced with each of these examples is intensified when questions are involved. In face to face conversation, communication is easier because of non verbals. This basic human need which we all experience daily is to receive timelyReveal Hidden Content
    ..... feedback to our words. Maybe it should be called: foodback, since it is such a necessity for human beings of all ages. Sincere apologies if I waited too long to disclose the word but doing so did underscore the intensity of this need.
    My thanks to you all. -Bob

    * If you reply, please do so without using Reply & Quote to save the Hidden Message for those who read it later. Thanks.
  6. Standard memberlemon lime
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    14 Oct '13 05:171 edit
    *ARRRGH!
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    14 Oct '13 06:33
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    My Dear Lady ale, you are so very frustrated because you've been patiently expecting an answer which wasn't forthcoming; for some unknown reason it's been repeatedly withheld. In your shoes, I may have run low on patience sooner than you did. The same concern or frustration is also experienced when we call a friend who isn't home and leave a message, wh ...[text shortened]... o so without using Reply & Quote to save the Hidden Message for those who read it later. Thanks.
    Feedback

    Which this word game has had it's fair share of, come on bob think of a word that vaguely fits your criteria and let the good people of this sleepy town get on with their lives.😉
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    14 Oct '13 06:36
    Originally posted by lemon lime
    *[b]ARRRGH![/b]
    At last an emotionally honest response, a daily need if ever there was one.🙂
  9. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Oct '13 06:38
    Originally posted by kevcvs57
    Feedback

    Which this word game has had it's fair share of, come on bob think of a word that vaguely fits your criteria and let the good people of this sleepy town get on with their lives.😉
    Whatever you say.
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    14 Oct '13 14:18
    As I pointed out in a PM, the word ended up being only 8 letters in length. I think someone was playing Cat and Mouse here. 😉
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    14 Oct '13 14:23
    Originally posted by ale1552
    As I pointed out in a PM, the word ended up being only 8 letters in length. I think someone was playing Cat and Mouse here. 😉
    Since when does a cat ask a mouse for feedback? 😉
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    14 Oct '13 16:55
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Since when does a cat ask a mouse for feedback? 😉
    When did a mouse sh(i)..t on the floor, all over the carpet and RHP?

    -m.
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    14 Oct '13 16:56
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Since when does a cat ask a mouse for feedback? 😉
    The mouse is the feedback.
  14. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Oct '13 22:08
    Originally posted by ale1552
    As I pointed out in a PM, the word ended up being only 8 letters in length. I think someone was playing Cat and Mouse here. 😉
    Okay, ale. Here's an easier one: what's the most important word in the whole world and where can it be found?
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    14 Oct '13 22:27
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    Okay, ale. Here's an easier one: what's the most important word in the whole world and where can it be found?
    The word must depict something that is the most important thing in the world. Where is it found? That might be a bit confusing if I said the word was GRAVITY.
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