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THEY. ARE. MAKING. A. NEW. MUSICAL. NEXT. YEAR. START LOSING YOUR SHIT RIGHT NOW

#26 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:33:21 PM

Paradox
Winning Love By Daylight
From: Indianapolis, IN
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Re: The Balance!

Familiar!

#19 The process of selection?  Isn't that the same as an event where a film is shown?

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#27 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:37:25 PM

satyreyes
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Re: The Balance!

Got Mocha's answer and wrote my next one, then hit Preview and saw I had to figure out a new question emot-rofl

#19 is screening!

#20
To keep your poise stable while climbing a hill
Is really the same as what's left of your bill.

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#28 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:39:30 PM

Paradox
Winning Love By Daylight
From: Indianapolis, IN
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Re: The Balance!

Balance!

#21 The gist of the conversation?  Isn't that the same as the tip of a blade?


I like the rhyming clues, but don't think I could do that after midnight.

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#29 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:47:07 PM

satyreyes
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Re: The Balance!

Ha ha, the rhymes are probably there because I associate wordplay with verse.  Do you get my... pointemot-biggrin

#22
Of primary stature; the first in position;
Old Richelieu's rank in that one Inquisition.

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#30 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:49:45 PM

MissMocha
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From: Tallahassee, Fl
Registered: 10-19-2006
Posts: 4632

Re: The Balance!

Cardinal?

#23 Not just a tasty dinner, isn't it also provoking things said?

Edit: I keep forgetting to number!

Last edited by MissMocha (09-19-2009 10:51:30 PM)


The first time you looked at her curves you were hooked
And the glances you took, took hold of you and demanded that you stay
And sunk in their teeth, bit your heart and released
Such a charge that you need another touch, another taste, another fix

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#31 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:50:40 PM

Tamago
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Re: The Balance!

#21 is Point!

#24 A standard, principle or quality considered to be a desirable trait to a person or a group.  Isn't that the same as a fair price?

Edit: Satyreyes beat me to the punch.

Last edited by Tamago (09-19-2009 10:52:58 PM)

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#32 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:55:09 PM

MissMocha
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Re: The Balance!

Tamago wrote:

Edit: Satyreyes beat me to the punch.

So did MissMocha emot-tongue


The first time you looked at her curves you were hooked
And the glances you took, took hold of you and demanded that you stay
And sunk in their teeth, bit your heart and released
Such a charge that you need another touch, another taste, another fix

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#33 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:57:10 PM

Tamago
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Re: The Balance!

MissMocha wrote:

Tamago wrote:

Edit: Satyreyes beat me to the punch.

So did MissMocha emot-tongue

So I have noticed.

#23 Is it stimulating?

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#34 | Back to Top09-19-2009 10:58:40 PM

MissMocha
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Re: The Balance!

Not what I had in mind, although in a bit of a stretch, it might work.


The first time you looked at her curves you were hooked
And the glances you took, took hold of you and demanded that you stay
And sunk in their teeth, bit your heart and released
Such a charge that you need another touch, another taste, another fix

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#35 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:01:16 PM

satyreyes
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Re: The Balance!

Is #23 beef?  It certainly is a tasty dinner; I'd define it the other way more as "complaint" than as "provoking things said," but the ideas are fairly close...

#24 I leave to whoever wants to write #25.  emot-smile

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#36 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:02:30 PM

MissMocha
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Re: The Balance!

Still nope! Fish was what I had in mind.


The first time you looked at her curves you were hooked
And the glances you took, took hold of you and demanded that you stay
And sunk in their teeth, bit your heart and released
Such a charge that you need another touch, another taste, another fix

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#37 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:03:34 PM

satyreyes
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Re: The Balance!

MissMocha wrote:

Still nope! Fish was what I had in mind.

And you know, I was just editing my post to wonder if it might be "chicken," since calling your enemy a chicken is a sure way to provoke him.  Dinner foods and nastiness... who knew!

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#38 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:07:09 PM

Tamago
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Re: The Balance!

#24 A standard, principle or quality considered to be a desirable trait to a person or a group.  Isn't that the same as a fair price?

This one shouldn't be too hard or so I thought.

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#39 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:32:31 PM

KillerxXxQueen
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From: North Augusta, SC
Registered: 04-22-2009
Posts: 1760

Re: The Balance!

Could it be generous? emot-confused


"Reason I know is only a drug and, as such, its effects are never permanent."
                                                         --Hope Mirrlees, Lud-in-the-Mist

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#40 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:39:42 PM

satyreyes
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Re: The Balance!

I think it's more likely to be value.  Is that right, Tamago?

#25
The thing you apply to get rid of a coven;
To put a clay pot in a very hot oven;
To tell your employee he'd best get to shovin'.

...Off.

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#41 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:51:24 PM

MissMocha
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Re: The Balance!

Tamago, yours was hard! But easy in hindsight -at least, assuming satyr's got the right answer. Which reminds me, Fire?

#26 is open.

Last edited by MissMocha (09-19-2009 11:51:48 PM)


The first time you looked at her curves you were hooked
And the glances you took, took hold of you and demanded that you stay
And sunk in their teeth, bit your heart and released
Such a charge that you need another touch, another taste, another fix

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#42 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:52:53 PM

Tamago
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Re: The Balance!

Correct satyreyes.

Is 25# FIRE?

Last edited by Tamago (09-19-2009 11:53:15 PM)

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#43 | Back to Top09-19-2009 11:59:28 PM

satyreyes
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Re: The Balance!

Awesome, I got #24 and both of you got #25 in spite of my horrid rhyming.  The first line is about how you burn witches, and was much funnier in my head.  #26 is for whoever wants it emot-smile

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#44 | Back to Top09-20-2009 12:06:27 AM

Tamago
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Re: The Balance!

#26 To annoy someone deliberately. Isn't that the same as 'regardless of'.

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#45 | Back to Top09-20-2009 12:37:12 AM

dlaire
A Whole Orange
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Registered: 04-08-2007
Posts: 2322

Re: The Balance!

OMG, guys, you posted so many riddles while I had been sleeping soundly.
Tamago, yours are the most difficult! emot-aaa

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#46 | Back to Top09-20-2009 01:12:03 AM

KillerxXxQueen
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From: North Augusta, SC
Registered: 04-22-2009
Posts: 1760

Re: The Balance!

All I can come up with is spite/despite...

#27 This is musically blue and a nuclear red, but holds the time when we celebrate the dead.


"Reason I know is only a drug and, as such, its effects are never permanent."
                                                         --Hope Mirrlees, Lud-in-the-Mist

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#47 | Back to Top09-20-2009 02:37:57 AM

Tamago
God of Comedy
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Re: The Balance!

KillerxXxQueen wrote:

All I can come up with is spite/despite...

Correct!

#27 This is musically blue and a nuclear red, but holds the time when we celebrate the dead.

Could it be Blue Danube the first British nuclear bomb?

Last edited by Tamago (09-20-2009 02:47:35 AM)

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#48 | Back to Top09-20-2009 07:45:08 AM

Paradox
Winning Love By Daylight
From: Indianapolis, IN
Registered: 07-13-2007
Posts: 343

Re: The Balance!

No, I'm pretty sure it's October.

#28 A soothing touch in a time of need?  Isn't that the same as a debilitating cerebral bleed?

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#49 | Back to Top09-20-2009 08:07:10 AM

NajiMinkin
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Registered: 06-23-2007
Posts: 2537

Re: The Balance!

All I can think of for #28 is softness. As in, to go soft in the head. emot-confused

Whoops! Forgot to add one myself in case of being right. Hmmm...

#29: Those who value the family, who find gays uncouth...
In the end, aren't they also those who possess the truth?
And don't most scissors work for their hands, as they sit in their "Impeach Obama" tea party booth?

OH GOD. THAT WAS AWFUL. I CANNOT BE FULLY AWAKE YET. emot-gonk

Still, the question remains. cool

Last edited by NajiMinkin (09-20-2009 08:18:30 AM)


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#50 | Back to Top09-20-2009 08:22:50 AM

Paradox
Winning Love By Daylight
From: Indianapolis, IN
Registered: 07-13-2007
Posts: 343

Re: The Balance!

Not quite what I was looking for, although #29 is right.

I was thinking stroke, but that's more of a block than a bleed.  What I get writing these after midnight (I just copied and pasted it in this morning), I suppose.  My bad.  Let's try again:

#30 A skirt, an Adam's apple and heels?  Isn't that the same as a way to move something without wheels?

Last edited by Paradox (09-20-2009 08:26:35 AM)

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