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Thursday, 19 February 2009

TOP prompt

Written for and posted to Totally Optional Prompts

Bluechester
Ragchester, Fanchester
Manchester
MANCHESTER
Manchester
Ragchester, Fanchester
Bluechester...
190209

If you think any of the above are new words then think again.
I googled Fanchester and it gave me 143,000,000 hits!

Have you taken the
NaisaiKu..
Challenge
yet?

15 comments:

  1. Hi Stan, I think it was The Happy Monday's who coined Madchester!


    The NaisaiKu.. Challenge!

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  2. Sounds interesting.And of course u remember me...u read my poems Helen n Reminiscence.I loved ur comments....pls drop by blog 2day.I've got a V-Day poem..it'll be nice 2 hear 4m u on my poem.Have a nice day!!!!!

    Cheers,
    Deptesh

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  3. I wonder how many Chesters live in Manchester.

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  4. I'd have never thought those were real words. Learn something new everyday.

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  5. Hi Deptesh, thanks for visiting STG..
    yeah I remember you and I enjoyed reading your work, I'm on my way over to your blog right now.

    The NaisaiKu.. Challenge!

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  6. Hi Philo! Good question, I have the central Manchester telephone book in front of me right now and I can only see 13, but that doesn't mean much these days does it?

    Hi Ofira, they're media words for describing things that go on here in Manchester. Crimechester,gunchester, drugchester, gangchester,lovechester sexchester, etc.
    Not to be confused with Westchester, Colchester, Winchester etc. which are all place names, phew!

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  7. Thanks Linda, they say: Wonders never cease!

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  8. Thanks 4 visiting deepteshpoetry.Good 2 hear u liked my poem.....Of course u can come back as many times as u like and comment again ....once u go deeper inside the words.It's my pleasure.

    Cheers,
    Deeptesh

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  9. I posted! I posted!

    LOL!

    http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2009/02/twilight-moments.html

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  10. Thanks Deeptesh, It'll be a pleasure!

    Hi Gautami, Thanks, I saw it... Twilight thoughts, phew!

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  11. My Gran always used to talk about Blackchester, but without explanation. Can't throw any light on that, can you?

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  12. Hi Dave, There's the Blackchester clock, then there's the Blackchester Fedora and then of course there was the Blackchester smog from 1,800+ Victorian mill chimneys which was finally laid to rest by the 1950's clean air act. I can't think of any other Blackchester apart from the one in Lancashire, unless you mean the Blackchester grape?
    Or maybe you're thinking of the Blackchester family but I believe they emigrated to Pennsylvania in 1805... Sorry Dave I don't really know anything about Blackchester!

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  13. quite a tongue twister :)
    -gel

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