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For those of you who are dyslexic: lacigolokakohtaga (jsalava@charter.net)

When a popular author, a baker, and a former Star Trek actor all share common ideas together. (ldolphin34@hotmail.com)

Describing the sound of choking someone who gives away the ending to a book (especially Agatha Christie novels). (mcsestretch@hotmail.com)

Type of sound your cat makes while hacking up a hairball. (NonComposMentiss@aol.com)

The unexplained sensation of finding oneself among others in an English drawing room, where a detective with a heavy accent recapitulates a crime. (AuntShecky711@aol.com)

What you have to say to survive the "Rune of Death" before your opponent responds with "Finilastration". (old.curmudgeon@hmoforum.com)

A type of surgery for removing warts or unattractive moles off the end of the nose. (manpretty@gmail.com)

Having to do with the study of groups of mature, human women and their social interactions. Probably a bastardization of the English phrase: "a gathering" + "of" + "cacklers". (lilfishjean@comcast.net) Well, you "probably" got part of that right.

It is a mental disorder that makes everything Christina Aguilera says sound logical. (fparsons@yahoo.com)

The mindset that Andre Agassi could possibly win the U.S. Open despite the loss of hair. (holtbolt@comcast.net)

It is self-evident that one should wear khakis while reading an Agatha Christie novel. (tpanner@inorbit.com)

Long lost member of Aristotle Onassis' family, last seen studying gastronomy and proctology in Cyprus. (cmndrnineveh@aol.com)

The rationalization that makes certain people spend a fortune on an outdated cooking appliance, the AGA range. (danisy72@comcast.net)

The ingredient in peanut butter that makes it stick to the roof of your mouth. (Airfarcewon@aol.com)

You don't believe in God and feel you have a very good reason for it. (Cantw82paint@Aol.com)

The choking feeling you get when your fella tries to convince you that the rules of feetball make perfect sense. (DaphnetheRed@yahoo.com)

Blarney Fife:

An Irish name that was later transformed into an everyday Irish word. Its general meaning is that one should think sensibly, like that famous wise-woman of lore, Agathakak O'Logical. (thedraugr@yahoo.com)