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This list of words are all anagrams of words that mean the same as those in the list. Can you figure them out:
That queer shake
Clash lost in ’em
Twelve plus one
These churn air
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Yesterday did not go as planned. My brother had said they would be here at midday. So, just before then I put the roast potatoes in the oven and thought we could have a drink when they arrived and then the meal would be ready. 1pm came and went ….no sign of them.
At 1.15pm they telephoned t say that they were at Huntingdon which is over 30 miles away. The lunch was ready…what to do? In the end ( after a mild panic! ) I turned the oven off and left everything in there. They arrived at 1.50pm and so I hustled them to the table…no time for drinks! The food was OK but I felt a bit put out!
John and Slip returned at 4.30…soaked to the skin. I then cooked another portion of the beef in red wine, roast potatoes and vegetables for John.
We went out for a drink and we go a back way to the pub down country lanes. The road was flooded but John insisted in driving through about two feet of water. I was terrified that the Land Rover would grind to a halt and we would be stranded. We got through it but I refused to go back that way and made him go on the main road.
Today I am cooking spare ribs and rice for lunch ……not too demanding.