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SweetPenny
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Arthur Miller
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miller high life
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life, love
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Dwin wrote:
What's in a name?
This sort of works like Twin Word Link, except you use real names and it doesn't matter which name, First, (Middle) or last that you use to link the names. Names can be real people or authentic fictional characters.

What's in a name? Keep them related!

1. Englebert Humperdink
2. Prince Humperdink ("Princess Bride" villian)
3. Prince Albert
4. Albert Pujols
5. Albert Eistein
Okay now stretching it
6. Einstein Brothers
7. Brothers Grimm
8. Grim Reaper
9. Missy Peragrym (a really good twist!)
10. Missy Pyle
11. Gomer Pyle
12. Earnie Pyle (Journalist)
13. Earnie Larsen (Author)
14. Don Larsen (Baseball
15. Gary Larson (Farside)
16. Gary Moore (I'm showing my age now)
17. Demi Moore
18. Mary Tyler Moore Okay lets start here.

Mary Tyler Moore


Again ... a PERSON - fictional, real ... not a beer nor two words .....


Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock creator)
albertagirl
Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 6:45:55 PM

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Arthur Murray

It has been scientifically proven that any woman can be satisfied with only 3 1/2 inches --- and it doesn't matter if it is Visa or Mastercard
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Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 7:01:58 PM

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VanGogh wrote:
Dwin wrote:
What's in a name?
This sort of works like Twin Word Link, except you use real names and it doesn't matter which name, First, (Middle) or last that you use to link the names. Names can be real people or authentic fictional characters. so sorry was in wrong game
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What's in a name? Keep them related!

1. Englebert Humperdink
2. Prince Humperdink ("Princess Bride" villian)
3. Prince Albert
4. Albert Pujols
5. Albert Eistein
Okay now stretching it
6. Einstein Brothers
7. Brothers Grimm
8. Grim Reaper
9. Missy Peragrym (a really good twist!)
10. Missy Pyle
11. Gomer Pyle
12. Earnie Pyle (Journalist)
13. Earnie Larsen (Author)
14. Don Larsen (Baseball
15. Gary Larson (Farside)
16. Gary Moore (I'm showing my age now)
17. Demi Moore
18. Mary Tyler Moore Okay lets start here.

Mary Tyler Moore


Again ... a PERSON - fictional, real ... not a beer nor two words .....


Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock creator)
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Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 7:11:27 PM

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slutpuppie wrote:
VanGogh wrote:
Dwin wrote:
What's in a name?
This sort of works like Twin Word Link, except you use real names and it doesn't matter which name, First, (Middle) or last that you use to link the names. Names can be real people or authentic fictional characters. so sorry was in wrong game
------------------------------
What's in a name? Keep them related!

1. Englebert Humperdink
2. Prince Humperdink ("Princess Bride" villian)
3. Prince Albert
4. Albert Pujols
5. Albert Eistein
Okay now stretching it
6. Einstein Brothers
7. Brothers Grimm
8. Grim Reaper
9. Missy Peragrym (a really good twist!)
10. Missy Pyle
11. Gomer Pyle
12. Earnie Pyle (Journalist)
13. Earnie Larsen (Author)
14. Don Larsen (Baseball
15. Gary Larson (Farside)
16. Gary Moore (I'm showing my age now)
17. Demi Moore
18. Mary Tyler Moore Okay lets start here.

Mary Tyler Moore


Again ... a PERSON - fictional, real ... not a beer nor two words .....


Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock creator)


what was your comment Slutpuppie?? The last one was ARTHUR MURRAY
Guest
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conan o'brien
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slutpuppie wrote:
conan o'brien


the last one to go from was .... ARTHUR MURRAY ...........
Guest
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Bill Murray
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Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 9:43:40 PM

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How about Bill's brother

Brian Doyle Murray
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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shooterx wrote:
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


WOW, this guy is popular!!

Sir Paul McCartney
Guest
Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 11:42:29 PM

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true ... Nikki .... some love to be repeated


Sir John Paul Getty (American businessman and rich bastard! lol)
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estelle getty

It has been scientifically proven that any woman can be satisfied with only 3 1/2 inches --- and it doesn't matter if it is Visa or Mastercard
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Talitha Getty actress
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Talitha Vickers
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Balthazar Getty - Actor and Grandson? of the Rich Bastard, LOL
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Posted: Thursday, November 11, 2010 9:43:51 AM

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lol, this has been an interesting page of posts geek.

Balthazar Blake (Nicholas Cages' character in The Sorcerer's Apprentice)
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"Happiness is doing it rotten your own way."Isaac Asimov (1994)
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Susan Blakely - Actress, about 60yo and still pretty hot
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Barbara Eden - I Dream of Jeannie
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Butterfly wrote:
lol, this has been an interesting page of posts geek.

Balthazar Blake (Nicholas Cages' character in The Sorcerer's Apprentice)


yes ... love it when we stretch the name further - not the old standard Bob Smith (though I am sure EVERY Bob Smith is interesting somehow, lol)


Walter Payton (was known around the NFL as "Sweetness" with the Chicago Bears)
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Jerry Reed - Country Singer and the "Snowman"
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