Wednesday, July 6, 2011


The word today is DINGLE:

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  1. The Dingle is a real area of Liverpool, Merseyside, England - an area entirely within the boundaries of the old Twoxtweth Park. It's named after Dingle Brook which entered the River Mersey at Knott's Hole, which was a narrow bay or inlet next to where the Dingle flowed out to the Mersey. (Twuth is sometimes more interestwing than fictwion!)

  2. It's the twuth, it's the twuth! Listen. Jim Dingle has married our Del! they're now know as the Dingle-Dells. And they're honeymooning in the shade. Undisclosed destination.