Anagrammy Awards > Nomination Archives > 2003


1st - Richard Grantham with:
Isn't "romantic and erotic" ~
a contradiction in terms?

2nd - Meyran Kraus with:
Literature for blind persons =
Friends turn prose to Braille.

3rd - Zoran Radisavlevic with:
The desert region =
Hotter in degrees.

Larry Brash with:
Monasterial =
Rats! I'm alone!

Larry Brash with:
The obviously false hairpiece =
I see filthy bush over alopecia.

Larry Brash with:
Religions =
Il Signore.

Richard Brodie with:
What goes around comes around =
O! how man's good caused a return.

Richard Brodie with:
Laughter is the best medicine =
Is it the damn blues? I get cheer!

Jesse Frankovich with:
Smart ones =
Mensa sort.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Cream pies =
Ma's recipe?

Jesse Frankovich with:
Rats! The weekend to ~
take down the trees.

Jesse Frankovich with:
The facelift procedure =
Cut off, replaced it here.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Get a fishy old chow mei fun =
Mighty awful Chinese food.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Precise team =

Jesse Frankovich with:
These corporate criminals =
Note: rich amoralist creeps.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Jury edicts =
Dry justice.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Decry utter spam ploy!

Jesse Frankovich with:
Geographic Information =
Chore of map originating.

Toby Gottfried with:
Crime and punishment =
Such a mind - term in pen.

Toby Gottfried with:
A stitch in time saves nine =
Math is naive, since it's ten!

Richard Grantham with:
The corporate criminals =
'Rich man' closer to 'Pirate'.

David A. Green with:
The Heimlich manoeuvre =
Ah, I remove lunch item, eh?

Liz Henry with:
Anesthesiology =
Lose thy agonies.

Adrian Hickford with:
Economic strategy =
Ergo: money tactics.

Adrian Hickford with:
Eliminate PC errors instantly! =
Contrarily, Internet spam lies!

Mattias Inghe with:
Paranormal activities =
A vampiric alien's tarot.

Jaybur with:
The baggiest shorts =
Has the biggest sort.

Jaybur with:
Women are superior? =
One was our Premier!

Jaybur with:
Cheap and cheerful =
A chap lunched free!

Jaybur with:
Pubs 'n' bars =
Bass 'n' burp!

Jaybur with:
Charitable donations =
A noble cash tradition.

Jaybur with:
Stage act =
Get a cast.

Meyran Kraus with:
Potter's Field =
Drift to sleep.

Meyran Kraus with:
A moment of silence =
'Solemn face on' time.

Meyran Kraus with:
Moment of Silence =
No comments, I feel.

Meyran Kraus with:
One foot in the grave =
For I get on to heaven.

Tom Myers with:
She's a comely lass, ~
so sly males chase!

Tom Myers with:
Unprincipled =
I crippled nun!

Tom Myers with:
Day of Reckoning =
Defy croaking? No!

Tom Myers with:
Monasterial =
Amen a lot, sir.

Tom Myers with:
Predominate =
Remained top.

Tom Myers with:
A public tender =

Paul Pan with:
I feel thrilled as I say ~
"this idea really flies"!

Paul Pan with:
Bubonic plague ~
on a pubic bulge.

Matjaz Pihler with:
A wet citron =
Tonic water.

Matjaz Pihler with:
A world peace =
Do we care, pal?

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
On diet =
I toned.

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Dot-com business =
Dust incomes... sob!!!!!

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Anti-virus software =
View as "frustration".

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Typo error =
Poor! Retry...

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Voyeurs long ~
young lovers.

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Self-nominate =
Insolent fame.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Dendrophobia =
Abhor odd pine.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Morning star =
Not Mars! (*grin*)

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Medical mistake =
Sick. Maimed. Late.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Er, annoy me!


1st - Toby Gottfried with:
Cartoonist Hirschfeld passed away =
His specialty: drawn heads of actors.

2nd - Jaybur with:
Martin Scorsese's 'Gangs of New York' =
Scenes from worst Yank aggression.

3rd - Adrian Hickford with:
Australian Open Tennis =
Presentation is annual.

Amir Begovich with:
Country music star =
Crusty U.S. romantic.

Amir Begovich with:
The Quiet American =
Queer hit at cinema.

Joe Fathallah with:
One Ring =
Reign on!

Jesse Frankovich with:
Daytime television show =
"Hey, I made love to twin sis!"

Jesse Frankovich with:
Detroit Lions' team =
Dreams into toilet.

Jesse Frankovich with:
A tense Wimbledon =
Made tennis elbow?

Jesse Frankovich with:
'All Creatures Great and Small' by James Herriot =
Recall the smart, dear animal surgery-job tales.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Bilbo Baggins of the Shire =
Fable goes: hobbit, his ring.

Toby Gottfried with:
Talent show =
He won't last.

Richard Grantham with:
Danniella Westbrook =
Owned a bleak nostril.

David A. Green with:
The daredevil motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel =
My machine'll levitate over ten, eleven odd trucks!

David A. Green with:
The crime fiction writer Dorothy L. Sayers =
My rich stories often deal with icy terror.

David A. Green with:
'Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle' by Edgar Rice Burroughs =
Truth'll be our hero's big, rugged and crazy for Jane!

Mattias Inghe with:
Broadcasting =
Sad boring act.

Meyran Kraus with:
A home-decorating show =
Wished to change a room!

Meyran Kraus with:
Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam' =
A theological scene: 'I'd Form a Man'.

Tom Myers with:
The Poseidon Adventure =
Note: inverted - so head up!

Paul Pan with:
Goran Bregovic =
Bracing groove.

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Disney's animated motion pictures =
My potent idea in music and stories.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
One-armed bandit =
Or: a man indebted.


1st - Adrian Hickford with:
New Year's Resolution =
Notions we rarely use.

2nd - Jaybur with:
Anti-War Movement =
Never want to maim.

3rd - Meyran Kraus with:
Military Headquarters =
'I am ready - let's hurt Iraq!'

Joe Fathallah with:
Two thousand and three =
How end to Earth daunts!

Joe Fathallah with:
The State of the Union Address =
And so I see the stunt of hatred.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Economic stimulus: a plan =
Nail a couple communists?

Jesse Frankovich with:
Dow loses =
So we sold.

Toby Gottfried with:
Two Thousand and Three =
UN to end hated hot wars.

Toby Gottfried with:
Weapons of mass destruction =
Wars made of suspect notions.

Ernesto Guiraldes with:
Pete Townshend =
Tends to nephew.

Adrian Hickford with:
Military Headquarters =
Surely armed that Iraqi.

Tom Myers with:
U.S. District Judge Charles Pickering =
Prejudiced racist. Shit luck niggers!

Paul Pan with:
Military Headquarters' ~
red alert: US may hit Iraq!

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Iran's acme =

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Two argue! SOS, ~
U.S goes to war!

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Federal Republic of Germany =
Ugly performance, bad relief.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Rainer Schuettler =
Rather nice result.

Swill Beater with:
Coalition of the willing =
I act in following the oil.


1st - Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Kissing couples =
Spouses licking.

2nd - Jesse Frankovich with:
A randy gal =
A grand lay!

3rd - Spersitraut with:
With a song in my heart =
With a thong in my arse.

Larry Brash with:
A double entendre =
Ban on rude. Delete!

Stuart Evans with:
A dinner of baked beans on toast =
A fart! So intense! OK, abandon bed!

Jesse Frankovich with:
Grasp onto myself =
Plenty of orgasms!

Jesse Frankovich with:
Breast augmentation =
Grant beauties to man!

Richard Grantham with:
Pornographic movies =
A sophomoric perving.

Ernesto Guiraldes with:
The Marquis of Queensberry =
His boy frequents a queer, Mr.

Adrian Hickford with:
Same-sex couples =
See us as complex.

Mattias Inghe with:
Cuticle nippers =
Pierce cuntlips.

Meyran Kraus with:
Impotent male =
Note limp meat.

Meyran Kraus with:
Christina Aguilera videos =
A nude girl airs a shit voice.

Tom Myers with:
Lewd and lascivious acts =
A cow ass/cunt? Ill-advised!

Paul Pan with:
Victoria's Secret =
I cover, caress tit.

Zoran Radisavlevic with:
Monica Potter =
Top actor in me!

Hans-Peter Reich with:
A porn actress =
One crass part.


1st - Richard Grantham with:
President George W. Bush =
This bugger needs power.

2nd - Meyran Kraus with:
Guitarist Pete Townshend =
What git studies teen porn?!

3rd - Toby Gottfried with:
George Bush Vs. Saddam Hussein =
O, Shrub avenges Dad's huge miss.

Jesse Frankovich with:
Madeleine Stowe =
Sweet dame, no lie!

Jesse Frankovich with:
Rupert Murdoch of Australia =
O crap, our hurtful media tsar.

David A. Green with:
The late horror films actor Peter Cushing =
He'll star much in repeats of Gothic terror.

Adrian Hickford with:
Actress Tea Leoni ~
is one ace starlet!

Mattias Inghe with:
The Dalai Lama =
Aimed at Allah.

Jaybur with:
Miss Dorothy Leigh Sayers =
Oh, she is grisly story dame!

Paul Pan with:
Marquis de Sade ~
is masqueraded.

Paul Pan with:
Professor Ferdinand Porsche =
He finds car for poor spenders.

Zoran Radisavlevic with:
The singer Alanis Morissette =
Elite miss arranges hit notes.

Ahmad Sadali Ramli with:
Detective Holmes and Watson =
Two nicest men solved a death.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Mr. Clint Eastwood =
Now mildest actor.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Barry Manilow =
Worry, I'm banal!


1st - Richard Grantham with:
Sorbent toilet tissue =
To sterilise one's butt.

2nd - Jaybur with:
Captain Cook's 'The Resolution' =
Lookout on ship: see Antarctic!

3rd - Wayne Baisley with:
alt.religion.christian.roman-catholic =
Chromatic carols in the original Latin.

Jesse Frankovich with:
The State of Michigan =
Notice that game, fish.

Jesse Frankovich with:
St. Mary's Cathedral =
Sacred altar myths.

Toby Gottfried with:
Australia's Open Tennis =
Set points in real sauna.

David A. Green with:
The American Dental Society of Anesthesiology =
So, one may need gas if incisor teeth totally ache!

Mattias Inghe with:
The planet Mercury =

Jaybur with:
A Porsche Cayenne =
Yes, car: none cheap!

Meyran Kraus with:
The Times Square Ball in New York =
Well, many kiss quite near the orb!

Meyran Kraus with:
Saddam Hussein's palace-bunker =
'Bad spies' unmask nuclear heads.

Paul Pan with:
Aston Martin DB =
Am Bond transit.

Hans-Peter Reich with:
National Portrait Gallery =
Genial art (or partially not).

Hans-Peter Reich with:
Citroen Xsara =
O, extras in car.


1st - Meyran Kraus with:
There are causes worth dying for, but none worth killing for. (Albert Camus) =
Er, oil?... Is 'Great barrels of crude oil' a term unknown to that Frenchy? (G.W. Bush)

2nd - David A. Green with:
The President of the American Society of Ventriloquists =
Can't quite see his lips move, in fact. So therefore I don't try.

3rd - Jesse Frankovich with:
The Fourth Color Atlas and Text of Diagnostic Microbiology =
The glossary tour of toxic mold, foot itch, and bacteria lingo.

Larry Brash with:
"Open the pod bay doors, please, HAL."
"I'm sorry, Dave, I can't do that."
Lord, a rap that had been in that poor old Space Odyssey movie.

Jesse Frankovich with:
What a horrendously bad interference call against Miami! =
Tragically, the Hurricanes led... bow to a madman, asinine ref!

Toby Gottfried with:
The United States embarks on a war over oil in the Middle East. =
Bush team's retried lies to weaken evil Saddam rot the nation.

Richard Grantham with:
There is no God but Allah, and Mohammad is His prophet. =
To uphold Islam's paradigm, do then abhor heathenism.

David A. Green with:
James Barrie's 'Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up' =
Pose as rowdy pre-pubertal junior whom age won't bother.

David A. Green with:
The American Airlines Association of Professional Flight Attendants =
No end of satisfaction in aircraft toilet as a plane soars ten miles high!

Ernesto Guiraldes with:
Eliminate blemishes, pimples, facial pore cleanser with Facial-Glo =
Piles, acne, warts, moles? Help: I am allergic! Blame soap if I feel itchin'.


1st - Allan Morley with:
You are Loved

I want you to know that there is someone who loves you very much. That's important to know in the "dog eat dog world" in which we live. We spend our lives trying to earn love and respect and somehow we never seem to "measure up". It's wonderful to be loved without reservation, without having to earn it. We are loved, not because we are good, not because we have lived up to expectations, and not because we've tried to live a good life, but we are loved just like we are... faults and all. God has put a high value on our lives in that He gave His son to die on a cross to pay the penalty for all our sins. He has a very high purpose for yor life!

After 42 years of struggling with the meaning of life and what the purpose of my life should be, I met a man named Jesus and He changed my life. It has been wonderful to be loved unconditionally and to finally realize the meaning of life itself. I'm writing you to share this love and to let you know that you are a very special person in the sight of God. He only wants good for you and wants to help you in all of your trials.


You are Hated, Unlovely Spammer

I want you to know that there is someone who hates you very much. Very, very much. In fact, I'd judge that a whole lot of people would find these unsolicited words less of an invitation to salvation, and more of a potential reason to organize harsh, ungodly deeds that involve gleefully flogging your obese anal end and misshapen thighs with a huge wooden club.

Don't get me wrong, it's not your views I have a problem with - I've been a faithful and devout follower of Jesus my whole life. However, to invade and pollute inboxes with ANY unsolicited view, good or bad, is altogether inconsiderate, wearisome, often repulsive and villainous. Even televangelists wouldn't stoop so low.

Anyway, it defeats the purpose altogether. In essence, your futile digital entreaties are far more likely to turn secular people further away from God than vice versa, which as a believer I take offense at. Now frankly, I hope you have the opportunity to go and see God sooner rather than later - though I somewhat doubt He'd want you now.


2nd - Adrian Hickford with:
Considered by many as the best film ever made, this is the story of Charles Foster Kane. The film opens with a long shot of Xanadu - the private estate of one of the world's richest men. In the middle of the estate is a castle. We see, inside the castle, a dying man examining a winter scene within a crystal ball. As he drops it, it smashes, and one word is heard - "Rosebud"... What follows are pieces of newsreel like footage detailing how Kane amassed his fortune, and turning around full circle at the end.


Orson Welles' exalted masterpiece of the life of a fearless, distinguished news magnate (based on William Randolph Hearst) was elected the greatest of any, by all the American Film Institute. It harnesses extraordinary direction and novel cinematography.
Here's what the critics said: "Flawless!", "Glorious!", "Wondrous Kick-Off!", "Effervescent!", "An Astounding Phenomenon!", "The Shawshank Who?"

(His deathbed dream: "Rosebud" was the name etched on a toy; it identifies a sled lost in the sleet of time!)


3rd - Joe Fathallah with:
What is AREA51.NET all about?

Our goal is to bring you the best collection of links and information on Government conspiracies, advanced technologies, and UFO's that has ever been compiled on the Internet!

It is not our intention to draw conclusions on these subjects for you, but to allow you to quickly and easily access information. It is in the discussion and research of these topics that the truth can eventually be sifted out. There is a great deal of content on these subjects scattered throughout the Internet. It is our intention to unite this content right here at AREA51.NET.

Television shows such as Star Trek The Next Generation, and The X Files have created a great deal of public interest in the unknown. In addition, they have impacted not only the world of science fiction, but the world of science fact as well. There are many unanswered questions when it comes to what the Government does behind closed doors. There are equally as many questions about secret advanced technology, both terrestrial and extra terrestrial. It is the unknown that both frightens and intrigues us. It is a puzzle that has taken years to develop, and may take many more years to complete. Come and join us on this journey into the unknown.


Once, in Area 51....

[Seven loud gunshots]

Kid: Eh, what's that?

Soldier: [Talks on mobile] Seems it was that rotten Joe Fathallah and friends. They've been on the FBI Most Wanted List for ages! [Talks on mobile] Oh never? Shit! Cunt, cunt, cunt, cunt, cunt! Shit! CUNT! The corpses did not quite land across the line! You can pull them over then, boy.

Kid: Yes Sir! [Runs]

Soldier: So, to Mr Bin Laden then. Nice to meet you. Here's your cool luxury house, with sauna facilities. Note that the one condition is, we can just look for you in any country in the Middle East forever. Agreed to, then?

Bin Laden: Agreed to! Neat!

[Texan accent, out of a tent]: Tony cutey, that bum's nice! Give it to me, honey! Bash on it, pet! And eat at the teats, pet! Oooh! Nice infective spurt!

Bin Laden: Eh, what's that noise then?

Soldier: Er.... that I cannot, er.... just don't worry about that. Come here and see this neat exhibit.

Bin Laden: I cannot, there's nothing in it!

Soldier: Quite so, it's the President's cranium. Now, here's Zorg, of the planet Qari.

Zorg: [Not understandable, characterless noises]

Soldier: We attacked Qari ten, no, twelve years ago, since it contains 51 great vast stocks of Lio, a precious natural resource that we lack. Now the Intergalactic Community hates us forever. Now, I need to join George and Tony! [Runs off fast]


Jesse Frankovich with:
The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings.
Grievance note: Yeah right, you flubbing reject computer! I feel this is greatly ridiculous, exasperating, and tiresome... The web runs fine -- can you load two kilobytes?



1st - David Bourke with:
Here's some lesser-known World Records:

Michelle Monaghan had 1.7 pints of semen pumped out of her stomach in Los Angeles in July 1991.

Maoni Vi of Cape Town has hair measuring 32 inches from the armpits and 28 inches from her vagina.

Linda Manning of Los Angeles could, without preparation, completely insert a lubricated American football into her vagina.

In July 1987, Carl Chadwick of Rugby, England, squeezed a zit and projected a detectable amount of yellow pus a distance of 7ft 1 inch.

The most horrible drink to be considered a beverage and safely drunk is Khoona. It is drunk by Afghani tribesmen on their wedding night and consists of a small amount of still-warm very recently attained bull semen. It is believed to be a potent aphrodisiac.

This is available from a few select bars in New York. It contains tomato juice, a double shot of vodka, a spoonful of French mustard and a dash of lime. It is not mixed, but served with a tampon (unused) instead of a cocktail umbrella and is known as a 'Cunt Pump'.

Horst Schultz achieved 18 ft 9 in with a 'substantial' amount of seminal fluid. He also holds the records for the greatest height (12 ft 4in) and the greatest speed of ejaculation, or muzzle velocity, with 42.7mph.

The longest dump ever verified was produced by an American, who produced a 'staggering turd' over a period of 2 hr 12 mins which was officially measured at 12 ft 2in. The offender is banned from 134 washrooms in his state.

Steve J Francis of Bexleyheath, England managed to sustain a fart for an officially recorded time of 2 mins 42 seconds.


The smallest one found is that of George W. Bush of Texas, USA, at around the size of a pea.

1st: Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone, with 18,972 over 29 years.
2nd: Farrokh Bulsara of Zanzibar (Freddie Mercury, Queen) with 17,281.
3rd: Zsa-Zsa Gabor (14,247).
(THE MOST WOMEN: A toss-up between k.d. lang and Melissa Etheridge.)

A most ample arse can be found on Jennifer Lopez, with a nude width of 44.2 inches.

Barry Manilow at a fine 12 inches.

Charles Windsor.

Steve 'Interesting' Davis of Romford, UK.

David Beckham.

Kylie Minogue.

Nigel Mansell.

John McCririck (a horse-racing commentator).

Michael Jackson of Neverland.

David Icke.

Michael Bolton.

1st: Jim Davidson
2nd: Hale and Pace

Victoria 'Posh Spice' Beckham.

Emma Freud

Tony Blair

Jeffery Archer

Belongs to Dave Lee Roth of Pasadena. (A vocalist of 'Van Halen'.) It is, indeed, larger than Pasadena.

A tie: Graham Norton / Dale Winton

Spinal Tap. ("They go up to 11.")

Jimi Somerville

'Pictures At An Exhibition' (Emerson Lake and Palmer)

Cliff Richard (82)

Mariah Carey (32)

Dolly Parton

Divine Brown - from just 99 cents (around 71 and a half pence) for half an hour.

Pete Townshend of The Who. (Not only deaf...now dumb and blind too).


2nd - Meyran Kraus with:
Christina Rossetti: Listening


3rd - Richard Brodie with:
The Ballad of Mary Letourneau


David Bourke with:
A reworking of a poem by a burglar with 42 convictions who was released by a judge due to his "talent" for writing "poetry"...


Jesse Frankovich with:
Smells Like Teen Spirit


Adrian Hickford with:
Sorry about about relative absence from the Forum over the last month. It has been a busy time running ywo contests.

Now that the Grand Anagrammies are over, and before we finish off this month, I would like a show of hands for the following proposed category changes.

1. The absorption of "Spam" into Long or Special (for the longer ones), or General or Rude or whatever (for the short ones).

Given the low numbers in this category over the last 12-18 months.

My thoughts:
I have to reluctantly agree that it is time for Spam to go. I doubt there will be too many objections, as this opens the way for the creation of a new category.

2. Medium length category, say 40 - 100 letters, be created.

There has always been a dead space between those anagrams that were just a bit too long to make the 40 letter cut for the short categories, but that had no chance against 100-999 letter competitors.

My thoughts:
I strongly support this idea.

3. Sentence or Tilde (~) Category be created.

Some members have expressed an interest in this, but there are reservations about the frequency of these to justify a new category.

My thoughts:
A compromise might be using this for an Awardsmaster's Challenge, along the lines of: I give a half sentence, then everyone else completes it anagrammatically (of course).

4. Ultra-short Category, limit of 10, maybe 12 letters.

Limited interest, despite the fact the good very short anagrams are highly prized. In there lies the problem. It is likely too few would be found or the standard would be rather low to make up the numbers.

My thoughts:
Good very short anagrans always tend to do well in the General Category. I am not in favour of a short category.


I would everyone to give a yes or no on the above, with discussion if necessary. I would prefer if we could limit discussion to the above 4 proposals. While I would like this to be discussed here in the Forum, you may email me if you want to offer a private opinion.

If there is some reasonable level of consensus, then we reallocate anagrams to their relevant neew category for this month's competition. This will give us a full 12 months of consistent categories for next year's Grand Anagrammies.



Hello Larry (and the rest of the gang!)

My twopence worth:
The reorganisation of the structure of the Anagrammies seems to have been thought about for some time. January, Two-thousand and Three is here, so we can successfully alter the framework or architecture of the Awards without harming them too much.

What follows is waffle, a goofy synopsis, a selection of my subconscious cranial observances, solitary thoughts together with egregious theories, elaborate tomfoolery, monotonous buffoonery.
But first, here's the short version of my message:
Yes. Yes. No. No.


Option One - To Spamagram or not to Spamagram, that is the question...
The category's out of date. Obsolete. Okay, almost obsolete, anyway. Please get rid of it (or re-categorise) - for I've never even come close to receiving this prize (thanks to Larry, Mey, Richard G., etc.)
But please try to remember the extraordinarily forgettable first winner by Dave Linabury:
Are the streets paved with gold??? =
Travel the widespread ghettos.

Option Two - New intermediate-length 'grams:
I have no objections. David A. Green will be joyfully gleesome, outstandingly jubilant if this new category is ever established. "Whoopee!" Here's a recent one of his that might have effortlessly won this award:
Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage musical 'The Phantom of the Opera' =
He sang banal tripe, but it's the composer who was really deformed!

Option Three - Tom's valid, strange idea ~ to devise tild'anagrams
As others have mentioned, ~ have no "Tom"s here instead.
Let's choose straightaway not to adopt the unwholesome concept whatsoever, I beseech thee. Okay?

I countenance the notion that more Awardsmaster's Challenges ought to be circulated, but - caution! - this therefore ought not to result in a significant increase in work for Larry or any other appointed officials.

Option Four - Milligrams = I: Small, grim
Limited littleness. Trivial tinytude. Pygmy dwarfism. Intangible insignificance. Molecular minuteness.
Let's not go there. Eject the subject of this conjecture.

Hopefully, these senseless fragmentary offerings give an abbreviated insight into a fraction of my thoughts about the future structure of our monthly examination.



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