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Brilliant. That's my secret santa present for my boss sorted.
I like the Reindeer Threesome christmas jumper in the list of things on the side !
An intriguing novelty indeed.
Prize however for whoever comes up with a more imaginative and meaningful adjective than "fabulous". (Just ask yourself 'what does that word actually mean?')
I anticipate the usual flames, but I would ask the court to consider my plea that this is supposed to be a writers' forum and that, allegedly, constructive criticism is invited.
And anyone who does not accept my plea is of course at liberty to send me one of these mugs, whereupon it will be welcomed in the spirit with which it has been given.
Prize however for whoever comes up with a more imaginative and meaningful adjective than "fabulous".
I like the rude alphabet. 'git-stick' (supplied free to any man reaching the age of 80) and 'cock-off' leaping from the page. Mind you, that last one might induce a castration complex if used too liberally.
Hmm ... not bad. Not a word you hear being used very often nowadays; a novel suggestion.
Like the mug, and I'm with Not Amused on the reindeer jumper. Got to get one of these for work over christmas
Dear Titus, my old mucker, my old chum, I was using the word fabulous in the sense, as found in various dictionaries, of "especially pleasing". I know it's probably not in your school dictionary, the one written by that clever Mr Johnson, but you know language evolves and dictionaries reflect common usage rather than provide imutable definitions.
I'd buy you one of these mugs for Xmas (oops) as it seems the ideal present, but I suspect that friends and family have already deluged you with several examples.
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