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Word Association Game

Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Geordie, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. gonzerd

    gonzerd Stranger V.I.P Member

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    Wolf , as in "a sheep in wolf's clothing"
     
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    You mean a wolf in sheep's clothing? I was thinking that would make an interesting halloween costume.
    Anyways:
    Wolf> wolfish> rapacious
     
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    Destruction?

    Best I can come up with.
     
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    No no, sheep in wolf's clothing. As this t-shirt illustrates: http://www.society6.com/studio/steveorama/Outsiders_Revenge_v2/tshirts
    And yes, it would be an interesting halloween costume. Or matryoshka dolls.

    anyhow, the games must go on.

    so destruction -> eve

    as in
     
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  5. Firnafth

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    Twilight.

    I feel like that's almost a synonym, but not quite.
     
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    Haha ok I'm sorry but my first reaction= vampires. lol and pre-teens.
     
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    Garlic (known for it's capacity to fend of vampires... and most pre-teens)
     
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    I did realize there was a fair chance of this happening.

    Onions
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    Crying. :p
     
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    red-eye. ....
     
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    El Chupacabra xD because they apparently have red eyes.
     
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    Good one Mindwar!!
    >>Coyote ... because most Chupacabra-sightings are probably just mangy coyotes.
    OR
    >>Almas: my favourite cryptid (from Mongolia).
     
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    Soul, because "alma" means "soul" in Spanish.
     
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    animal, as anima is Latin for soul, and animal is chock-full of that
     
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    Mitchie.

    Oh wait, as a proper noun it probably won't do, but my tripawed tibetian terrier is the most soulful animal I know!
     
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    Mooner, as in Minnie the Moocher, but the other way around.
     
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    Moony - Lupin's nickname in Harry Potter.
     
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    Dollar.
    In Canada our $1 coin is called a loonie (because it has a loon on it).
     
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    Pain, since dollar sounds kind of like the Spanish word "dolor." IIRC, Shakespeare puns on the word "dollar" in that way in one of his plays, but I don't recall which one at the moment.