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Old 19.08.2016, 20:27
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I like the old school idea of wholesomeness much more. What's wholesome for others..home made dinner? Playing with a ball? Crafting with kids? Why is it even used with non food related stuff, it is confusing.
Poll?
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Poll?
Lol.

This place is overpolled. Is Switzerland a wholesome country..are we wholesome people, having wholesome fun & food here?

I am just musing. I will go home and make wholesome garam masala lentils.
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Old 20.08.2016, 21:42
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Re: Word of Today

Pastel.
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Old 20.08.2016, 22:05
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Re: Word of Today

Fauvism
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Old 20.08.2016, 22:07
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Re: Word of Today

Truffes au lait
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Old 20.08.2016, 22:10
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Fauvism? Very awesome. Wholesome art! Just saw some Matisse at the Smithsonian.

And, I bet eating truffes makes one feel noble and aristocratic. I've never tried them.
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Old 20.08.2016, 22:43
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Fauvism? Very awesome. Wholesome art! Just saw some Matisse at the Smithsonian.

And, I bet eating truffes makes one feel noble and aristocratic. I've never tried them.
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Old 20.08.2016, 23:03
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Fauvism? Very awesome. Wholesome art! Just saw some Matisse at the Smithsonian.

And, I bet eating truffes makes one feel noble and aristocratic. I've never tried them.
I've had them on fresh pasta with a little bit of butter, made on a camping stove at a campsite in the South of France, and it made me feel like a king.
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Old 21.08.2016, 00:05
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Re: Word of Today

Bloomsbury
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Old 21.08.2016, 00:13
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Re: Word of Today

Ha! I was teaching V. Woolf for IB not long ago, loved the whole scene! Was just thinking about it today, since I have various groups (paint group, study gr., knitting gr.) but we have never named any..That"s a good word, ST!

That eyecandy of painting you posted is interesting..always good to have visuals for threads dealing with lexical stuff, sound bites, smells, colors.

How lovely: butter, camp stove, campsite and southern France..already winning, even before they get truffes added. Love them all.
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Old 21.08.2016, 20:50
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Re: Word of Today

Indian summer.
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Re: Word of Today

Sapwood
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Old 23.08.2016, 13:39
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Re: Word of Today

Harvest.

Fruit preserves.

Candid.

Guts.
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Old 26.08.2016, 19:11
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Heat wave.

Water.
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Old 26.08.2016, 19:21
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Harvest.

[I]Fruit preserves.[/I]

Candid.

Guts.
Be very careful about referring to fruit preservatives. You may fall into a 'false friend' trap here, resulting for instance in a shop girl tittering uncontrollably behind her hand in response to an otherwise perfectly innocent/decent request.
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Old 26.08.2016, 19:24
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Be very careful about referring to fruit preservatives. You may fall into a 'false friend' trap here, resulting for instance in a shop girl tittering uncontrollably behind her hand in response to an otherwise perfectly innocent/decent request.
Poppycock!

Obviously fruit preserves. Why else would old people have wrinkles?
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Old 26.08.2016, 20:37
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Fruit preserves, indeed.

And, Iceberg lettuce.
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Old 26.08.2016, 21:13
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Re: Word of Today

Silly sausage.
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Old 27.08.2016, 13:58
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Re: Word of Today

Sweat.
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Re: Word of Today

Discombobulation
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