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#705 - ripdunn
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Underfund..
#729 to #705 - anon
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Undress
#773 to #729 - monkeysalt
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(11/30/2011) [-]
dont tell him what to do
#813 to #773 - ripdunn
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Thank you brother/sister.
#703 - mrfourtysevenman
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(11/30/2011) [-]
**** is not the only word that starts with f and ends in uck
#717 to #703 - jakeoff
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Firetruck..... U MAD BRO?
#779 to #717 - monkeysalt
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(11/30/2011) [-]
you made his point... why would he be mad?
#784 to #779 - jakeoff
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Sorry i read it as **** is the only
#695 - mrgazalaza
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(11/30/2011) [-]
the one about underground is a damn lie. POUND
#700 to #695 - wpckoa **User deleted account**
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#698 to #695 - bluedusk
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(11/30/2011) [-]
It says Starts and Ends with "und"
#697 to #695 - anon
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(11/30/2011) [-]
"begins AND ends"
#696 to #695 - BoSvNCR
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Starts AND ends
#694 - izzychan
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#692 - anon
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Atrocious
#725 to #692 - bubblecars
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(11/30/2011) [-]
If you're commenting about the whole -ous thing, they meant -dous, not just -ous.
#690 - apatheticdemon **User deleted account**
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#688 - patownslife
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#684 - lpplph
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(11/30/2011) [-]
the longest word in the English/Latin language is actually 189,819 letters long
#718 to #684 - ipoopatatos **User deleted account**
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#683 - therealapk
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#677 - mayowillis
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#681 to #677 - DihydrogenMonoxide
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#680 to #677 - kingrayne
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Begins and ends...
#679 to #677 - ahUrLeYpRo
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(11/30/2011) [-]
starts AND ends with 'und'
#682 to #679 - mayowillis
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#686 to #682 - anon
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(11/30/2011) [-]
underwearunds
#675 - iluvscuba
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(11/30/2011) [-]
If they're little they're tittles
#673 - anon
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(11/30/2011) [-]
Exempt ends with mt...
#709 to #673 - yutakenusername
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(11/30/2011) [-]
You even just spelled it out for yourself and got it wrong.
#702 to #673 - franxappa
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(11/30/2011) [-]
anon is the only word in the english dictionary that ends with anon can you think of any word that rhymes with that?
anon is the only word in the english dictionary that ends with anon can you think of any word that rhymes with that?
#708 to #702 - mrfourtysevenman
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(11/30/2011) [-]
hands-on
Richard Simmons mom
tampon
ass pond
#710 to #708 - franxappa
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(11/30/2011) [-]
getting closer...
#676 to #673 - iluvscuba
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(11/30/2011) [-]
that's -pt
#672 - ireallyhatefj
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(11/30/2011) [-]
I always walking around school rapping about MY DEADLY SWAGGERZ with the three words horrendous, tremendous, and stupendous. This made me happy. c:
#671 - creyap
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(11/30/2011) [-]
"strengths" matches the longest one syllable word
#669 - superperfectcell
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(11/30/2011) [-]
-"Squirreled", a verb meaning to hide or store something such as money. It is ten letters long, one letter longer than "screeched".
-"Daydreamt" and "undreamt", end with "mt". Undreamt means not thought of, and I trust you know what daydreamt means.
-"Hexapodous", an adjective meaning "six-legged" ends with "dous."
(preparing for red thumbs)
#687 to #669 - TatoesLuvsKiba **User deleted account**
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#693 to #687 - superperfectcell
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(11/30/2011) [-]
I'm not sure how you're pronouncing it, but squirreled is one syllable.
#783 to #693 - monkeysalt
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(11/30/2011) [-]
squir-reled
generally when theres two letters the same beside each other it causes a syllable break
#668 - baykes
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(11/30/2011) [-]
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#657 - TheSammichMan
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#655 - linkthedovahkiin
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#654 - anon
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(11/30/2011) [-]
The tigers on is so if anything were to happen to the fur, the tiger could keep it's natural camouflage.
#653 - Almondsnap
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