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incrediBILL

8:11 am on Nov 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

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A little girl steps out of the bathroom and walks into the kitchen where her Mom is making a cake.

The little girl asks "Mommy, can I lick the bowl?"

Her mother growls "No, you'll flush it just like everyone else!"

topr8

10:14 am on Nov 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

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... i'm loving your titles!

phranque

1:54 pm on Nov 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

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i think he cheated on this title - it's not really alliterative unless he uses the voiceless dental fricative version of "th".

lucy24

11:05 pm on Nov 17, 2011 (gmt 0)

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Or pronounce everything with the aspirated non-fricative-- either dental or alveolar-- as used by many non-native speakers. It then becomes a perfect match for initial T, which is also aspirated in English. Neener-neener.

Or you can call it a "spelling alliteration", in the same way that

Now you are come, all my grief is removed
Let me forget that so long have I roved


is called a "spelling rhyme".

incrediBILL

2:11 am on Nov 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

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i think he cheated on this title - it's not really alliterative


You made the incorrect assumption I was striving for alliteration.

I gave that idea up days ago ;)

I was just looking to spice it up a bit instead of using the old cliched titles like "friday funnies".

phranque

7:34 am on Nov 18, 2011 (gmt 0)

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call it a "spelling alliteration"...

call it poetic license, or in plain english call it cheating.

is called a "spelling rhyme"...

the tough coughs while he ploughs the dough?
 

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