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Discussion in 'Amplifiers' started by DreamTheaterRules, Apr 5, 2019.
Soda puns keep coming...
At least they're all spelt right...
Ah just another cheesy pun!
Uh oh... am I toast?
Hey I can produce a crumby reply!
We could make a lot of dough if we publish this as a book. Speaking of pubs, i could use a shot.
A lotta rye humor in here. A toast to all!
Man, you guys are on your game. Not sure who to give props to. Guess it's butter to spread it around.
Sorry bro...apparently, I slept for like three days...I think..hmm...wait I kinda remember breakfast...I dunno...we'll just call it a "Momentary Lapse" or a glitch in the Matrix.
I was about ready to call the authorities just in case code name "Operation Mindcrime" had actually happened. Per our plan, if you disappear for more than 3 days, I first go to the satellite photos to look for fresh digging in the back yard. Obviously my first thought was, that Red just found out about the two new guitars. Boy, am I relieved! I do have Saul Goodman on speed dial though, just in case.
You did miss the big Friday Night Bash though.
After careful review on the field of play, it has been determined that the word "spelt" was spelled correctly and was in fact used correctly as a food related pun.
The challenge has been denied.
And now for something completely different.
Crumb also fits as a food related pun. The call stands.
And now a rousing instalment of the rage thread.
I think I’ll have some crumble. It’s hard to be mad eating crumble.
Never underestimate the power of the pun! Toast... crumb...
Therefore my "spelt" pun is wrong?
I guess I should have read it all before replying.
Learn to pronounce
like or covered in crumbs.
variant spelling of crummy.
please keep in mind that not everyone is from the same place as you, went to the same school as you, or speak the same language as you. Let it go.
Why would they tell you to learn to pronounce adjective if you’re trying to get the definition of ‘crumby’?
Seams like a krumby thing to dew.
I see what I did there...
Internet dicktionary. It had a link to hear the word.
I sausage stuff when I was a kid and had to copy just about every page as pun ish mint for one thing or an udder.