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    doS Guest

    There was a radio contest out of Dublin that required people to call in and
    name and use a word not in the Oxford English dictionary. The winner got a
    cash prize. As the radio show got started the first caller rang in. "Yes
    sir" said the announcer, "what's your word?" "Gwan", the man replied. Sure
    enough, not in the OED. "Well sir, we may have a winner, can you use 'gwan'
    in a sentence please?". "Aye," the man said "Gwan an f...yerself!".
    Flabergasted, the radio announcer immediated called for a disqualification
    for vulgarity. After a few minutes of profuse appology, the announcer
    decided to resume the competition. A few minutes later, a contestand rang
    in. "Sir, what word do you have for us today?" "Smee" the man said. Sure
    enough, not in the OED. "Well, we may have out winner," the announcer said,
    "can you use 'smee' in a sentence please?" "Aye," the man said, "smee again,
    gwan an f... yerself!"
     
    doS, Sep 23, 2007
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    olfart Guest

    "doS" <> wrote in message
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    > There was a radio contest out of Dublin that required people to call in
    > and
    > name and use a word not in the Oxford English dictionary. The winner got a
    > cash prize. As the radio show got started the first caller rang in. "Yes
    > sir" said the announcer, "what's your word?" "Gwan", the man replied. Sure
    > enough, not in the OED. "Well sir, we may have a winner, can you use
    > 'gwan'
    > in a sentence please?". "Aye," the man said "Gwan an f...yerself!".
    > Flabergasted, the radio announcer immediated called for a disqualification
    > for vulgarity. After a few minutes of profuse appology, the announcer
    > decided to resume the competition. A few minutes later, a contestand rang
    > in. "Sir, what word do you have for us today?" "Smee" the man said. Sure
    > enough, not in the OED. "Well, we may have out winner," the announcer
    > said,
    > "can you use 'smee' in a sentence please?" "Aye," the man said, "smee
    > again,
    > gwan an f... yerself!"
    >

    and then there is.....
    Knock, Knock
    Who's There?
    ARGO
    Argo who??
    Argo .......you guessed it
     
    olfart, Sep 23, 2007
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