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If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

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If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Katiedot on Fri Oct 12 2012, 17:34

Here's a question from twitter. Put your thinking caps on, it's time to get creative!

If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by cindigirl on Fri Oct 12 2012, 17:52

I'm not very creative but without saying something riske', we all know what we'd like to do to George.

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Katiedot on Fri Oct 12 2012, 18:01

you're welcome to get as risque as you risk, Cindigirl!

For me, it sounds like something that was successfully achieved with incredible charm. A modern version of to sweet talk someone into something, viz: "I totally George Clooney'd my way out of a speeding ticket".

Any other takers?

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Maggy on Fri Oct 12 2012, 18:06

I don't get the question.

If George was a verb what would it mean?
Or
What does George Clooney means to him as a verb?

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Joanna on Fri Oct 12 2012, 19:30

'I totally George Clooney'd my way through an intrusive interview while walking to my car !"

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Atalante on Fri Oct 12 2012, 19:35

It's an intransitive verb, meaning, dropping your pants ! pointing

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Lakin460 on Fri Oct 12 2012, 19:36

I George Clooney'd in an elevator once - it was silent but deadly! (get it?)

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Maggy on Fri Oct 12 2012, 20:01

Lol, Lakin.

Good one. Laughing

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by melbert on Fri Oct 12 2012, 20:10

I George Clooney'd myself, and it really felt good!!!!

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Lakin460 on Fri Oct 12 2012, 20:13

Suspect Is that what I think it means, mel?????

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by melbert on Fri Oct 12 2012, 20:15

Well, we're on the same wave length most of the time, so it probably does Lakin!!!

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Lakin460 on Fri Oct 12 2012, 20:27

I got another one.....

Two Girlfriends talking:
"Yeah, he George Clooneyed me and now I'll get sued if I talk about him!"

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by cindigirl on Fri Oct 12 2012, 21:03

I love your answers ladies, but it's not exactly what I was thinking but well, Mel came close. LOL

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by lelacorb on Fri Oct 12 2012, 21:06

cindigirl wrote:I'm not very creative but without saying something riske', we all know what we'd like to do to George.

We are two, there are Also I

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by it's me on Fri Oct 12 2012, 22:34

telling/making jokes
or
caring for others
or
smile/laugh with joy

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Best in Category on Sat Oct 13 2012, 06:54

I George Clooney┬┤d her = I dumped her (classic material?)

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by LornaDoone on Sat Oct 13 2012, 18:25

I George Clooney'd my dress

(bought it, wore it, gave it away to charity in a couple of months)

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Re: If to "George Clooney" something was a verb, what do you think it would mean?

Post by Katiedot on Sat Oct 13 2012, 19:41

And I think we have a winner there, Lorna!! Although I was rather fond of Lakin's suggestion too.

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