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Rhymer
post Nov 28 20, 09:46
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Earlier I was taking part in a Scavenger hunt with a veritable Tsunami of searchers. This little Melodrama was playing out in The Black Forest as we gathered to turn Inside-out the possible hide-out of one they called Gopher. He, an ex-Librarian, was a vile Scavenger that had caused the Demolition of a Shanty retreat, from which listeners had heard the haunting strains of Elgar’s Requiem resonating earlier. Rhymer.

melodrama
demolition
librarian
inside-out
scavenger
Requiem
Acceptance
Antithesis
Avenger
Castaway


 
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JustDaniel
post Nov 28 20, 10:58
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I've substituted "requisite" for"requiem," since it was in your just previous list, okay?

requisite
castaway
melodrama
scavenger
librarian
inside-out
demolition
avenger
antithesis
acceptance


I felt like the REQUISITE CASTAWAY in the MELODRAMA of our neighborhood SCAVENGER hunt last month. The local LIBRARIAN wanted us to cause our neighbors to turn their drawers and storage spaces INSIDE-OUT until we were able to make a DEMOLITION of her long list of items. You see, last year she'd been sorely defeated when she thought she'd won, so she took on the role of AVENGER, determined that this hunt's result would be the ANTITHESIS of the previous one, since she has never learned the meaning of the word "ACCEPTANCE."

requisite
acceptance
antithesis
avenger
castaway
Nervous Nellie
condiments
sausage biscuit
Croissan'wich
contemporaneous


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post Nov 28 20, 13:05
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Having no idea what a Croissan’wich might taste like? I was moved to seek a Contemporaneous - perhaps tasty - Sausage Biscuit to taste. But it too was obviously a Castaway experiment of a Nervous Nellie chef, who had refused the Acceptance of Requisite Condiments be added. This was her Antithesis approach, as suited an Avenger. Rhymer.

Nervous Nellie
condiments
sausage biscuit
Croissan'wich
contemporaneous
Pamplemousse
Pickles
Stickleback
Pompous Ass
Condominium
 
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post Nov 28 20, 16:23
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Nervous Nellie
contemporaneous
condominium
Croissan'wich
sausage biscuit
stickleback
condiments
pickles
Pamplemousse
pompous ass


Reveling Rhymer and NERVOUS NELLIE are CONTEMPORANEOUS with each other, though they've never met, because NN seldom leaves her CONDOMINIUM except to go to Burger King to buy a CROISSAN'WICH for breakfast or to McDonald's for a SAUSAGE BISCUIT, whereas RR prefers to go to his favorite haunt for lunch, where he gets a STICKLEBACK sandwich with generous CONDIMENTS, including PICKLES, plus a nice, plump PAMPLEMOUSSE. Unfortunately, NN would never go there because the owner is a POMPOUS ASS!

Pamplemousse
pickles
stickleback
pompous ass
condominium
pomegranate
stick-in-the-mud
egregious
Caroline Bouvier Kennedy
grinch



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Rhymer
post Nov 28 20, 19:11
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An Egregious Pompous ass of a Grinch from a Condominium developement,, had given Caroline Bouvier Kennedy a Pamplemouse and Pomegranae as a sign he thought she was a Stick-in-the -mud Stickleback, and should take note that life for many, was akin to a jar of sour Pickles. She was not impressed! Rhymer.

pomegranate
stick-in-the-mud
egregious
Caroline Bouvier Kennedy
grinch
Impressed
Newton Abbey
Battleship
Seagull
Deadlights







 
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post Dec 1 20, 03:05
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Caroline Bouvier Kennedy
Grinch
stick-in-the-mud
battleship
pomegranates
seagulls
impressed
egregious
deadlights
Newton Abbey


Last Christmas, CAROLINE BOUVIER KENNEDY, no GRINCH and certainly no STICK-IN-THE-MUD, visited the US Naval ship, certainly no BATTLESHIP, but the last of the Kitty Hawk Class aircraft carriers, the USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), now in Philadelphia as a museum ship waiting for its dismantling. Her late father's name will be transferred to the future Gerald R. Ford-class carrier John F. Kennedy (CV-79). As a Christmas present, she brought a basket of POMEGRANATES to every attendant of the ship in honor of her Dad. Even the SEAGULLS were IMPRESSED with her visit, and several of the ship's EGREGIOUS DEADLIGHTS opened up as if to clap for her!

After she left Philadelphia, she traveled north to the northeastern-most corner of Pennsylvania and crossed into northern NJ to the old NEWTON ABBEY, nestled between PA and eastern NY. The monks there had asked her to visit, again in honor of her father, the Late President, and she gave each of them a Christmas present as well after an hour of silence together.


impressed
Newton Abbey
battleship
seagull
deadlights
seamen
semen
pestilence
anemometer
aerodynamics


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