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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

In Line at Vaughan’s Fortune Telling Booth

“Madame Claire read your palm twice already!”
“What are you, the prestidigitation police?”
“We don’t stand for nunna that pretzel litigation here!”
“This ain’t the Pretzel Nation stand. That’s back by the Tilt-A-Whirl.”

33 words for  Any at all, but they have to be funny.

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    1. Haha I really wanted to work sleight of hand in there, but just couldn't pin it down!
      Thanks, Björn!

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    1. Glad you think so. Thanks for the chuckle, Flippa!

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  3. Love where you took this! Hee hee, thanks for linking up!

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    1. So glad to hear that. Thanks, Tina!

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  5. It doesn't pay to tick off Madame Claire

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    1. Hmmm Sounds like the voice of experience talking, eh, Tara? lol

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  6. My favorite laugh so far! Any part of this could be my mother-in-law. She amuses with her word confusion. (Willa Catheter is her favorite author. Who knew?) ;)

    Very fun, this one, Kymm!! xx

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it, Valerie, thanks!
      Word confusion like this is fun. I make enough of my own in this other language I use : )
      Willa Catheter - hahaha
      Took me years to figure out who they were talking about when people here refered to the actor Hammes Estever
      (James Stewart)

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  7. Word mixups are hilarious! So is this!

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    1. Oh, glad you think so, Gina. Thanks!

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  8. "prestidigitation" - now there's a new word for my vocabulary. :-) Clever piece!

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it, Bryan, thank you!

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  9. Ah,I am lost Kymm-am so confused by this gobbledygook! Sigh! :P

    Wish you and your loved ones a very Happy holiday season and see u on 26th my friend,after I return from my school reunion,God Bless,tc ,love xxx

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    1. Oh, sorry to have confused you, Atreyee.
      We had carnivals come to town every summer when I was a kid, and there was always a Tilt-a-whirl ride.
      The rest of it was a kind of like a game of telephone, or Chinese whispers, in the queue outside the fortune teller's booth.
      Maybe I should have recorded it!
      Best to you and yours as well!

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  10. Haha..like the word swap. I'd never heard "prestidigitation", so "pretzel litigation" works for me :)

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    1. Haha Pretzel digitalization was too much of a mouthful!
      Thanks, Janna!

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  11. They just didn't agree with the results I guess! Move it along! I loved it!

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    1. Gotta keep em moving at the carnival... Thanks for the love, Glynis!

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  12. Haha, like your word use. Gave me a chucle. (:

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    1. Lovely to hear the chuckle ♥ Thanks, Renada!

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  13. Awesome! Love prestidigitation. And the Tilt-a-whirl was always my favourite ride. :)

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    1. Don't think I'd even do the merry-go-round these days.
      Thanks for the love, Suzanne!

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  14. Ha! This is delightfully silly. Good stuff! :)

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    1. Nice to be delightful (and silly). Thanks, Ivy!

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