Comment by Prof. Em. E. Wyn Roberts on August 8, 2011 at 12:14pm
How is it possible for one whom you, with a callousness bordering on pachydermatitis, have so caused to lose face to show a visage!!!! Your request, Jack, is surely malap(p)ropriate!
Do not take the bloom off our little verbal joust!
With regards form one Taffydil to another.
Comment by Prof Dai Twaddle B.S. M.A. P.H.D on August 8, 2011 at 7:16am
My dear erudite Professor Roberts, I am saddened by your calumnious remarks.
Further, dear sir, please do us the courtesy of showing your face; do not hide behind that hideous out-of-focus image of a Narcissus (though in your case, that may be appropriate) sitting on your shoulders.
Comment by Prof. Em. E. Wyn Roberts on August 7, 2011 at 11:54pm
A fine repartee to my riposte - or vice versa! I thank you and assume that you have indeed given me full ab(so)lution! You also see my endorsement of your "value, desire, or need to require (or maybe just request) respondEnts to also present their sentences using the 'more commonly found' wordS in place of those presented for us" since I did use synonyms for the "big" words in my sentence.
Comment by Prof. Em. E. Wyn Roberts on August 7, 2011 at 5:09pm
Mr. Swansea Jack's desire to menda(u)ciously deny Dai Twaddle reputation as a liar was not only otiose but gravigrade - so sadly irrelevant and heavy-footed - as well as heavy-handed - that it's only reasonable location is Mr. Thomas Crapper's ablutionary mechanism.
Comment by Gaynor Madoc Leonard on August 7, 2011 at 1:10pm
Thank the Goddess it's not Welsh vocab or I'd be even more stuck!
Comment by Gillian Morgan on August 7, 2011 at 12:10pm
'Beware the green-eyed monster' -if Iago had been hebetudinous he might not have been loquacious and mendacious.