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Friday 10 October 2003 8.06pm
Can you write a sentence containing 5 consecutive and's ?

And another with 'had' 5 times consecutively. ?
------------- had had had had had ---------------------
Monday 13 October 2003 10.09am
and i tried and i cried and sighed and wept and fell over! ( dead drunk!) would that be correct grammar?:-)

Monday 13 October 2003 10.54am

a sign painter is doing a new pub sign for the 'Rose and Crown', his instructions are to put decent spaces between the words Rose and and and and and and Crown.
Monday 13 October 2003 5.20pm
That's it sarah, now try for 5 had's.
Tuesday 14 October 2003 11.05am
5 hads? - can only manage 4 i'm afraid:

the dog she had had had had mange ....
Tuesday 14 October 2003 7.58pm
Two students were asked to write the phrase,
Mary had a little lamb.
When the results were checked it was found that
Jack, where Jill had 'had', had 'had had'.
Wednesday 15 October 2003 12.06pm
Ann had had Had, had Had had Bob?


Ann, while Bob had had "had", had had "had had". "Had had" had had a better effect on the teacher.

Monday 20 October 2003 1.09pm
Does this work for you phoney:

“You can speak about being sad AND be hurt, be happy AND free, be sad time AND time again; but nothing (AND I do mean nothing) beats being happy all the time,AND that's a fact”.


I don't declare myself to be a poet ... merely a writer of words.

Never underestimate the power of your thoughts.
Monday 20 October 2003 1.15pm
oppsss .. sorry. I think I lost the plot somewhere .. lol. Errrrrmmmm? .. five consecutive "ands" in the one sentance? There's lots of freedom in English literature (poetic license and such) but ... well, I am not to sure about five consecutive "ands

Just wondering here if it would be acceptable .. (got headache now .. lol)

Monday 20 October 2003 1.27pm

Does THIS work .. lol

The little child was five years old and sttutered in her reply as she cried.

" ... and, and, and, and, and he took it away from me Mummy!"

Any better?

(Headache's a tad better now :-p )


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