Little Jimmy was staring at a dog in the park whilst the dog was licking himself in inappropriate parts and said to his dad, "I wish I could do that."
Jimmy"s dad looked down at Jimmy and said, "Maybe if you ask the dog nicely, he might let you!!"
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n. (pl. Genii) (in arabian tales) spirit or goblin with magical powers. [french genie *genius: cf. *jinnee]
n. - kind or style of art etc.
- painting of scenes from ordinary life. [french: related to *gender] GENUS
n. (pl. Genera) 1 taxonomic category of animals or plants with common structural characteristics, usu. Containing several species.
- (in logic) kind of things including subordinate kinds or species. - colloq. Kind, class. [latin genus -eris] GEODE
n. - cavity lined with crystals.
- rock containing this. [greek geodes earthy] GESSO
n. (pl. -es) gypsum as used in painting or sculpture. [italian: related to *gypsum]
n. Colloq. Style or arrangement of dress etc.
town n. Town with few or no remaining inhabitants.
- train n. (at a funfair) open-topped miniature railway in which the rider experiences ghoulish sights, sounds, etc. - —n. - supposed apparition of a dead person or animal; disembodied spirit. - shadow or semblance (not a ghost of a chance). - secondary image in a defective telescope or television picture. —v. (often foll. By for) act as ghost-writer of (a work). ghostliness n. Ghostly adj. (-ier, -iest). [old english] GHOUL
n. - person morbidly interested in death etc.
- evil spirit or phantom. - spirit in muslim folklore preying on corpses. ghoulish adj. Ghoulishly adv. [arabic] GHYLL
var. Of *gill3.
—n. - (fem. Giantess) imaginary or mythical being of human form but superhuman size.
- person or thing of great size, ability, courage, etc. —attrib. Adj. - gigantic. - of a very large kind. [greek gigas gigant-]
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A cat uses whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through. The whiskers act as antennae, helping the animal to judge the precise width of any passage.