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Gloom.

Gloomy.

Gloomering (?)

To gloomerize.

Where's Cogs? I think he's an English Prof, no?

Need a dictionary entry for the word . . . Gloomerize.

You know, like glamourize but . . . gloomerize.

Is it 'z' or 's'?

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How about begloom?

eg Leonard Cohen begloomed his audience with heart rending songs of misery and woe.

Actually I like Cohen, but you catch the drift.

Also seems to share etymology with gloaming - the period between sunset and proper night time darkness.

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How about begloom?

eg Leonard Cohen begloomed his audience with heart rending songs of misery and woe.

Actually I like Cohen, but you catch the drift.

Also seems to share etymology with gloaming - the period between sunset and proper night time darkness.

That reminds of root vegetables.

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Eh?

Do you mean like artichoke hearts? Very tenuous but all I can think of.

Maybe I'll understand when I've woken up and had a few cups of tea.

Leguminous vegetables!

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Damn, got you. Now I know it seems so obvious that I feel slightly stupid.

'Only slightly?' I hear you ask.

I spent five minutes trying spell it!

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Gloom.

Gloomy.

Gloomering (?)

To gloomerize.

Where's Cogs? I think he's an English Prof, no?

Need a dictionary entry for the word . . . Gloomerize.

You know, like glamourize but . . . gloomerize.

Is it 'z' or 's'?

We could have Gloom Rock.

Instead of Sweet: http://www.thesweet.com/HSH/

We could have bitter or sour.

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We could have Gloom Rock.

Instead of Sweet: http://www.thesweet.com/HSH/

We could have bitter or sour.

It's a grundge thing.

Remember the kids in the 90's. There was a fashion and misuc following. Very dark and depressing, clothes were black, lots of stainless steel jewllery.

What was that called?

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Where have you been? You're like a dog that goes missing and saunters back in without a care in the world.

Ummmm . . . still decorating. Slow process. Slow Parry. Lazy Parry.

Rains stopped play for today as well as laziness.

I'm finding spending less time on internet is giving me a brighter out look on life.

Anyway.

Is anyone coming over here soon? I need some computer stuff brought over.

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Gloomerise - to gloomenate in gloominous gloomery?

Think about how gloom is being glamourized.

Media people are making careers out of it. Max Keiser etc.

It's this seasons black.

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It's a grundge thing.

Remember the kids in the 90's. There was a fashion and misuc following. Very dark and depressing, clothes were black, lots of stainless steel jewllery.

What was that called?

Wigan.

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It's a grundge thing.

Remember the kids in the 90's. There was a fashion and misuc following. Very dark and depressing, clothes were black, lots of stainless steel jewllery.

What was that called?

Sweet....was fun, later the black goths were the gloomy ones.

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