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Pretty sure not your intention, but...

House, Hook, Drill - Ladder

Ball , Jaw, Circuit - ?????

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Molly Mae    101

House, Hook, Drill - Doctor. =P

Ball, Jaw, Circuit - Breaker?

(Going off Doctor)

Who, APHA, UNICEF - ?

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OPEC, BP, Shell - Oil

Slick, Glycereine, Shadow

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MissKitten    70

Gobble, feather, tail- Turkey?

Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween-? [pretty simple, but whatever.]

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Easter, Tombstone, Looney Toons - Mafias on BD

Ghostbusters, Stripes, Meatballs - ?

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Molly Mae    101

Ghostbusters, Stripes, Meatballs - Bill Murray Movies

MAD, Umbrella, North Central Positronics - ?

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MissKitten    70

Well, I was going for holidays, really, but that works too.

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lunatic, full, hunter - moon

werewolf, vampire, zombie - ? (and not the obvious one)

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plainglazed    65

werewolf, vampire, zombie - ? (and not the obvious one) - word triplets of descending letter count starting with eight (too obvious, rats)

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:P no, it is about meaning not structure, just not about meaning in the most obvious way

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@MM you sure you aren't British? :P b/c most of the US doesn't think "vacation" when they hear holiday....at least I don't think so.... (joke, people)

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Molly Mae    101

@MM you sure you aren't British? :P b/c most of the US doesn't think "vacation" when they hear holiday....at least I don't think so.... (joke, people)

I'm not British. Canadian to the bone. (This is a joke)

But I was raised on British vocabulary.

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fabpig    143

I don't think "vacation" when I hear "holiday" either. I think "holiday". :)

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@fabpig, I wasn't implying all British folks see it that way, rather that I've only ever heard "holiday" used to mean "vacation" from British sources.

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:lol: I think fabby is saying he too calls holiday what we call vacation...only he doesn't think vacation. And why would he, they call it holiday.

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MissKitten    70

werewolf, vampire, zombie - twilight! [i assume this is what you meant by the obvious mean. Either that, or mythical creatures who enjoy devouring humans. But I'm gonna go with twilight, just to annoy you. :P [i'm immature like that. Don't judge me.]]

twilight, dawn, dusk - ? [again, this is really simple, but whatever.]

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Molly Mae    101

twilight, dawn, dusk - Names of strippers that Molly has...er...patronised.

Ruby, Sugar, Sand - ?

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MissKitten    70

You changed your profile pic too, Molly. Nice. And that was not what I meant, seeing as how I'm 13. And I don't really see how that fits, I was going for something along the lines of "times" or something. *shakes head and mutters* Trust you to say what you did....

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