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10:30 AM
@humn Oh, thank you!
Don't tempt me to correct you to Saʽīd in your aide sentence.
(Good one!)
@humn We've had a lot of puzzles on that theme, a set of words where just the last (/first/middle) letter varies.
 
 
6 hours later…
4:03 PM
@Randal'Thor , thank you for the correction. I didn't even suspect but should have.
And now that i know you're utterly temptible, expect me to tempt you more on purpose,,, when you least expect it.
 
 
2 hours later…
6:10 PM
@humn 'Twasn't a true correction: Said is a perfectly valid alternative spelling/transliteration and some guys use it.
Saʽid (also spelled Saʽeid, Said, Sid, Saeed or Sayid; Arabic: سعيد‎ Saʽīd) is a male Arabic given name, which means "happy". For the female version, see Saida; for the Turkish variant, see Sait; for the Bosnian variant, see Seid. Said or Sid is the spelling used in most Latin languages. The Maltese surname Said has the same origin but has been borne by Latin Catholics for over seven centuries. Most Maltese surnames are of Italian origin, but this (with Abdilla) is one of the very few authentically Arabic given names that have survived in the islands as family names. It is a variant of the medieval...
 
6:34 PM
@Randal'Thor , had i known the fuller spelling i would've certainly used it as an excuse to ignore the possessive apostrophe in "Sa[']id's." And i truly enjoy being corrected, each time being one step closer to knowing it all.
(Also, i hope you knew that my caling you temptible was meant to mean that you are the opposite of con temptible. Move over, inflammable, you're not the only word in town that means the same as what sounds like its opposite.
"'means means means' means means means means" means "means means means" means means means means
)
 
@humn Ooh, I didn't spot that pun.
 
 
4 hours later…
10:39 PM
@humn Pretty accurate of my real life smiles :P
Odd, I don't get notified when I get mentioned in here
 
 
1 hour later…
11:56 PM
@NorthLæraðr , hmm, @North Læ&, ^ v
 

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