Let's Play BALDERDASH!!! (copyrighted game name)

seamom

Well-Known Member
#81
Well my trusty players are all accounted for (I'm hoping for more brave souls to step forward one day!) I'll post the new guesses tomorrow as I missed posting the new bluff this morning and need to give more time for people to send definitions.

As for the winners of groaking, perhaps you've done it but more likely those lovely furbabies of ours: 3. To stare at someone dining with anticipation of something to eat!

Sooo...... REdstripe gets one, and so does Beryl.........but my Mom gets three..I think!! LOL....she got Tobyn and Funnel to believe her answer was correct BY VOTING FOR HER OWN...lol... now does that mean I give her one for believing herself? Mom's got some tricks up her sleeve!

Now go sharpen your wits and send me your new definitions.
 

red stripe

Well-Known Member
#82
Beryl.. so funny. once again we are divided by a common language.... we call a fretful older person "crotchety"

I actually have no idea what anyone calls someone that is scratching his/her privates... unless it is "buggy" :biggrin:
 

Beryl

Trivia Specialist
#83
Beryl.. so funny. once again we are divided by a common language.... we call a fretful older person "crotchety"

I actually have no idea what anyone calls someone that is scratching his/her privates... unless it is "buggy" :biggrin:
Red...we are not in the least divided...I was making a feeble attempt at being funny! I think you call people who scratch private parts in public ITCHY! :whistle:
 

Funnel

Sweden Unleased - Special Contributor
#85
Wrong again... :duh:
I just realized that it can be a good idea to read the BLUFFER thread, there was a clue to this one (oh yes, I had nailed it then of course... yes yes... :whistle:).

I think you call people who scratch private parts in public ITCHY! :whistle:
In the 80's they were called ROCK STARS! :biggrin:

/Erik
 

seamom

Well-Known Member
#86
Very funny, Funnel! Your humour is certainly international.

Okay....drumrolll..... the definition for palaimolops is:

1. A person or animal that cannot be taught new tricks.

2. A person who acts like they know a word but has no clue.

3. A stylized haircut.

4. Someone with unusually pale hands.

Tough one, eh!! And we have a new player in our midst! Bravo for joining in with the other seasoned players.
 
#87
Wow, nice to get points for being wrong! I do apologize to Funnel and Tobyn, surely you did not think I had inside info lol, or is it because I seem like one of todays clues!
So here I am again guessing- #2?
 

Tobyn

Well-Known Member
#90
palaimolops:

1. A person or animal that cannot be taught new tricks.

2. A person who acts like they know a word but has no clue.

3. A stylized haircut.

4. Someone with unusually pale hands.

This one is a toughy . . . . I will take a stab at guessing #1, just to be different.

Okay red, I thought you meant Jim until your post . . .LOL
 

Beryl

Trivia Specialist
#91
Wrong again... :duh:
I just realized that it can be a good idea to read the BLUFFER thread, there was a clue to this one (oh yes, I had nailed it then of course... yes yes... :whistle:).



In the 80's they were called ROCK STARS! :biggrin:

/Erik
Funnel...clearly you are not aware of the Great White North's obscure and very late rock band that was called ITCHY! :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:

On to some more bluffing for the day!

palaimolops .... You can't teach an old dog new tricks is my best guess...and it's strictly a guess!!
 

Funnel

Sweden Unleased - Special Contributor
#92
Here you can obviously trust no one!


Tobyn was smart with his fraud but the gold medal must go to Seagrandma!:doubleup:
Very clever! Who can beat that?

Red, admit that you meant Einstein the C@ and not the dog… :biggrin:

For palai…something I vote for no 1 (Tobyn, you are not fooling me now, are you?). I am 100% unsure.

/Erik
 

Tobyn

Well-Known Member
#93
Honestly Erik, it is just a guess. I submitted an answer that is listed as a possible answer, but no one has picked it yet. . . . . .
 

seamom

Well-Known Member
#94
I'll put you out of your misery with:
palaimolops .... You can't teach an old dog new tricks (or as I've seen described on this forum, boB)

So...Beryl, and Tobyn and FUnnel!, a point for you each, and TWO points for Glo-ree-bee for inventing definition number 2 and fooling Seagrandma and Red Stripe!

I'll be back later with sperple!!
 

seamom

Well-Known Member
#95
Okay....for your evening amusement:

sperple (SPUR-pull)

1. To spread rumours

2. A Scottish stirring stick

3. An over garment used when swimming in the ocean

4. A thick, coarse wool

Aren't they getting tougher to guess!!!
 

Tobyn

Well-Known Member
#96
WOW! These are tough!

sperple (SPUR-pull)

1. To spread rumours

2. A Scottish stirring stick

3. An over garment used when swimming in the ocean

4. A thick, coarse wool

I guess I'll go with #4 . . . .
 

red stripe

Well-Known Member
#97
I will go with the stirring sticks.. as i have four of them here. another name for them are "porridge sticks" They do the same job as a wooden spoon, only they take up less space.
 

Beryl

Trivia Specialist
#99
red...isn't that spurtle or spirtle???? I have a couple but not of the "stick" variety! Are you trying to get people to vote for your definition a la Seagrandma:biggrin: !
 
Shame on you Beryl for casting doubt on what could be the right answer for Red. She had me convinced but now I am wondering could you be right. Oh well I will guess it is #4 , a coarse wool, and maybe I can get some one to give me extra points again..
#4 it is...trust me!!!
 

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