Good ones, Curious! I've always like acute angina.
But nothing but that can be quite boring.Ivan Seeking said:prickly - Arildno's definition of a good date.
:rofl: :rofl:George Jones said:When I was an undergrad, I had a friend who, even in the most innoccuous of contexts, refused to say stuff like "When did he come?", because of the double meaning. He would always say "When did he occur?"
Of course, for me, this had just the opposite of the intended effect. Hearing anyone, not just my friend, say "occur" made me think of ...
And if someone was having multiple occurances, would you say they were recurring ? :tongue2:arildno said::rofl: :rofl:
"I'm occurring! Occuring!"
I would have been spooked out if somebody said that..
Maybe..anyways, I have always liked recurrence relations.Gokul43201 said:And if someone was having multiple occurances, would you say they were recurring ? :tongue2:
Ah, yes, organism is always a good one. One of my friends in college always slipped up when talking about the course "Organismic Physiology."arildno said:
I didn't know you had been to Fire IslandIvan Seeking said:oh jeez, and of course: Penal Institution