what does the dictionary define you as?

Posted on February 24, 2006. Filed under: Uncategorized |

[noun]:A person who has the ability to be invisible

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I have no idea what you are talking about… but i looked my name up in the dictionary and got this:

intr.v. sal·lied, sal·ly·ing, sal·lies

1. To rush out or leap forth suddenly.
2. To issue suddenly from a defensive or besieged position to attack an enemy.
3. To set out on a trip or excursion: sallied forth to see the world.

Haha. Click on the link in the post and see what happens.

uh… a person who has the ability to become invisable?
more like
a person who has the ability to become totally confused…..

now that I think about it though why would I think you were suggesting people look their names up in Webstesr? HOW many people have names that are actually words? I just lucked out, anyways, I must sally forth.

Well….apparently Diane means – Smelling like turnips at all times….?!?! Hmmmmm….that’s lovely isn’t it!!

Sallly — the funny thing is that Heather is a word in the dictionary too, so we would have been two for two.

Diane — Haha. The other fun thing is you can keep doing it and you’ll get a different definition every time. So it’s just for fun. Did you do first and last name?

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