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I opine these trucks from Masco would be a wise investment for the town.

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Sounds like Hazel watches Foxnews. Bill O'Reilly, of the O'Reilly Factor, always uses the word OPINE at the end of his show. I guess you can learn SOMETHING while watching T.V.!

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Sounds like Hazel watches Foxnews. Bill O'Reilly, of the O'Reilly Factor, always uses the word OPINE at the end of his show. I guess you can learn SOMETHING while watching T.V.!

I guess Jay B. and guest lack the intellectual capacity to deceipher between noun and verb

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Sounds like Hazel watches Foxnews. Bill O'Reilly, of the O'Reilly Factor, always uses the word OPINE at the end of his show. I guess you can learn SOMETHING while watching T.V.!

I guess Jay B. and guest lack the intellectual capacity to deceipher between noun and verb

Well EXCUSE ME! ;)

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Guest Hazel
Try getting that bug out of your ass Hazel, being snitty will get you nowhere.

Hey Jay B. I guess you mean snotty, For there is no such word as snitty, Silly

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Try getting that bug out of your ass Hazel, being snitty will get you nowhere.

Hey Jay B. I guess you mean snotty, For there is no such word as snitty, Silly

no, I don't think he means snotty. He means snit, which means agitated. That fits in the context of his sentence. But if you prefer to be called a snot.............. ;)

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Try getting that bug out of your ass Hazel, being snitty will get you nowhere.

Hey Jay B. I guess you mean snotty, For there is no such word as snitty, Silly

no, I don't think he means snotty. He means snit, which means agitated. That fits in the context of his sentence. But if you prefer to be called a snot.............. ;)

Yes I prefer snotty

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