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The Three Word Story, Part II

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    (Now we'll have it :wink: )
     
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    still caused sniggering

    (Hey, is that another English English word that means something different from when I read it first????? :eek: )
     
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    (Not that I'm aware of....a suppressed laugh, often mocking. Did you want it to mean something else....we could pretend it does....actually we could feed you lots of false information about English slang! You wouldn't realise what was true and what was false. :wink: )
     
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    (I bet it has another meaning in the Deep South! :wink: )
     
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    routine in the


    (The more I think about it, the more I'm convinced that sniggering 'should' be a rude word....it sounds as if it could be.)
     
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    morning, 'fore breakfast.

    (Well, I once used what I thought was a clever old word, only to find out that it's modern meaning was considerably different!!)


    Slightly edited, as Hahnficken's next question made me realize I left a word out.
     
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    "Eat more Bran!"


    (What was the 'old' meaning then? I know a snicker is a noise a horse makes...like a low whinny and snicker/snigger both mean suppressed laughter.)
     
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