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Harridan 18:12 - Jul 11 with 643 viewsMoriarty

A strict, bossy or belligerent old woman.

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Harridan on 18:13 - Jul 11 with 633 viewsfooters

Is this your new 'Word of the Day' feature?

"Yeah well, those kids probably get stickers for good behaviour, not our fault that Phil aint dishing out Paninis is it"
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Harridan on 18:21 - Jul 11 with 620 viewslowhouseblue

are we playing call my bluff? you need to find a better word.

And so as the loose-bowelled pigeon of time swoops low over the unsuspecting tourist of destiny, and the flatulent skunk of fate wanders into the air-conditioning system of eternity, I notice it's the end of the show

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Harridan on 18:22 - Jul 11 with 609 viewsfooters

Harridan on 18:21 - Jul 11 by lowhouseblue

are we playing call my bluff? you need to find a better word.


If it's a crossword question, why give us the answer?

So confused rn.

"Yeah well, those kids probably get stickers for good behaviour, not our fault that Phil aint dishing out Paninis is it"
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Harridan on 18:28 - Jul 11 with 600 viewsMoriarty

Harridan on 18:21 - Jul 11 by lowhouseblue

are we playing call my bluff? you need to find a better word.


I’d heard a lot of words for a lot of sorts but had occasion to be introduced to this today.

Just sharing the joy.
[Post edited 11 Jul 18:28]

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Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 with 585 viewsfooters

Harridan on 18:28 - Jul 11 by Moriarty

I’d heard a lot of words for a lot of sorts but had occasion to be introduced to this today.

Just sharing the joy.
[Post edited 11 Jul 18:28]


It is a very good word. Surprised you hadn't heard it before. In what context did you hear it?

"Yeah well, those kids probably get stickers for good behaviour, not our fault that Phil aint dishing out Paninis is it"
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Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 with 588 viewslowhouseblue

Harridan on 18:28 - Jul 11 by Moriarty

I’d heard a lot of words for a lot of sorts but had occasion to be introduced to this today.

Just sharing the joy.
[Post edited 11 Jul 18:28]


i quite like shrew, but each to his own.

And so as the loose-bowelled pigeon of time swoops low over the unsuspecting tourist of destiny, and the flatulent skunk of fate wanders into the air-conditioning system of eternity, I notice it's the end of the show

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Harridan on 18:37 - Jul 11 with 566 viewsMoriarty

Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 by lowhouseblue

i quite like shrew, but each to his own.


So did Shakespeare.

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Harridan on 19:48 - Jul 11 with 502 viewsWeWereZombies

Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 by lowhouseblue

i quite like shrew, but each to his own.


I'll take your 'shrew' and raise you a 'virago'

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Harridan on 19:49 - Jul 11 with 516 viewswkj

Harridan on 19:48 - Jul 11 by WeWereZombies

I'll take your 'shrew' and raise you a 'virago'


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Harridan on 20:00 - Jul 11 with 510 viewsGuthrum

Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 by lowhouseblue

i quite like shrew, but each to his own.


Vole is tastier.

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Harridan on 20:02 - Jul 11 with 489 viewsWeWereZombies

Harridan on 19:49 - Jul 11 by wkj

Looking for a hotel mate?


Don't make me play the 'termagant' card now...

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Harridan on 20:16 - Jul 11 with 490 viewsSwansea_Blue

Ah, I see you’ve met my missus then.

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Harridan on 20:44 - Jul 11 with 464 viewsMoriarty

Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 by footers

It is a very good word. Surprised you hadn't heard it before. In what context did you hear it?


Someone I know talking about their boss.

I mused afterwards that Delia de Harridan is a very plausible name. But that was lost on the company I was in.

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Harridan on 23:05 - Jul 11 with 418 viewsjaykay

i thought it was a dyslexic wall builder
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Harridan on 23:20 - Jul 11 with 401 viewsjeera

Harridan on 18:29 - Jul 11 by footers

It is a very good word. Surprised you hadn't heard it before. In what context did you hear it?


Whilst researching targe?

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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Harridan on 23:26 - Jul 11 with 396 viewsBanksterDebtSlave

Curmudgeonly !

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Harridan on 23:33 - Jul 11 with 391 viewsWeWereZombies

Harridan on 19:49 - Jul 11 by wkj

Looking for a hotel mate?


Oh, it took a long while for the penny to drop on that one.

There again, I normally use Tart Adviser...

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