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  1. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    08 Jul '18 06:32
    MUMBLECRUST
    Derived from the name of a stock character in medieval theatrical farces, a mumblecrust is a toothless beggar.

    FUSTYLUGS
    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, this term for “a woman of gross or corpulent habit” is derived from fusty, in the sense of something that’s gone off or gone stale.

    BESPAWLER
    To bespawl means to spit or dribble. A bespawler is a slobbering person, who spits when he talks.
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    08 Jul '18 06:55
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    MUMBLECRUST
    Derived from the name of a stock character in medieval theatrical farces, a mumblecrust is a toothless beggar.

    FUSTYLUGS
    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, this term for “a woman of gross or corpulent habit” is derived from fusty, in the sense of something that’s gone off or gone stale.

    BESPAWLER
    To bespawl means to spit or dribble. A bespawler is a slobbering person, who spits when he talks.
    I look forward to seeing them used on this forum.
    😀
  3. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    08 Jul '18 09:31
    Originally posted by @wolfgang59
    I look forward to seeing them used on this forum.
    😀
    I've already called Eladar a 'Fopdoodle' in the SF.

    (Old English for an insignificant or foolish man).
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    08 Jul '18 10:45
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    MUMBLECRUST
    Derived from the name of a stock character in medieval theatrical farces, a mumblecrust is a toothless beggar.

    FUSTYLUGS
    According to the Oxford English Dictionary, this term for “a woman of gross or corpulent habit” is derived from fusty, in the sense of something that’s gone off or gone stale.

    BESPAWLER
    To bespawl means to spit or dribble. A bespawler is a slobbering person, who spits when he talks.
    Perhaps a creative context:

    "No longer of interest, the fustylug prowled the strand. She was a pathetic mumblecrust, doubly serving as a foul-breathed bespawler.

    Great stuff Ghost...keep them coming! 🙂
  5. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    08 Jul '18 11:48
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    Perhaps a creative context:

    "No longer of interest, the fustylug prowled the strand. She was a pathetic mumblecrust, doubly serving as a foul-breathed bespawler.

    Great stuff Ghost...keep them coming! 🙂
    GOLLUMPUS
    A large, clumsy fellow.

    DEATH'S HEAD UPON A MOP-STICK
    A poor, miserable, emaciated fellow.

    BEARD SPLITTER
    A man much given to wenching, or consorting with prostitutes.
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    08 Jul '18 12:00
    I've heard that the english are fairly polite. I see now that is just a front.
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    GNASHGAB: An 18th century northern English word for someone who only ever seems to complain.
  8. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    08 Jul '18 13:26
    Originally posted by @apathist
    I've heard that the english are fairly polite. I see now that is just a front.
    Gnashgab.
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    08 Jul '18 17:24
    it may seem a stretch,
    but,
    aren't americans, in general, an olde english insult???

    a joke played on the world, if you will...
  10. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    08 Jul '18 18:26
    Originally posted by @rookie54
    it may seem a stretch,
    but,
    aren't americans, in general, an olde english insult???

    a joke played on the world, if you will...
    Sir, please don't upset the Americans.

    I require their tv programmes.
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    08 Jul '18 18:52
    Originally posted by @great-big-stees
    GNASHGAB: An 18th century northern English word for someone who only ever seems to complain.
    That is a weird spelling for 'woman'.
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    08 Jul '18 18:57
    Originally posted by @ghost-of-a-duke
    Sir, please don't upset the Americans.

    I require their tv programmes.
    I love you ghost! You are so awesome. I am totally not gay. yet

    I do enjoy life.
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    08 Jul '18 19:01
    Originally posted by @apathist
    I love you ghost! You are so awesome. I am totally not gay. yet

    I do enjoy life.
    "totally not gay"?

    Meaning? Maybe just, sometimes...a little bit? 😉

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.
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    08 Jul '18 19:06
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    "totally not gay"?

    Meaning? Maybe just, sometimes...a little bit? 😉

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.
    bj only,
    no rumprangering...
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    08 Jul '18 19:11
    Originally posted by @wolfe63
    "totally not gay"?

    Meaning? Maybe just, sometimes...a little bit?

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.[/b]
    I rubbed dicks once. Not going back for more. This is an issue for you? People should not be allowed to explore?
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