what’s more wrecking

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    skndrbg

    IMHO it depends in large measure on who cuts the cheese. If he does, as long as she isn’t choking or trying to breathe cross-eyed through her top layer of clothing, and provided it hasn’t knocked her cat off the back of the couch it should be okay. If she does, then there is a vast range for assessment. ‘Silent’ is lady like even if it leads gasping or burning eyes because silence … in this context only …is feminine.. as is deniability. Something that goes on for a respectable amount of time and sputters like a Harley exhaust or… Read more »

    WistfulD

    Just need to get a pet daschund that likes to eat people food. Plausible deniability for all.

    Robbo

    It’s traditionally nerve-racking, I think, but this is a cool example of an eggcorn.

    pepperdick

    Wracking.

    Robbo

    Both spellings are legitimate www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/nerve-racking

    pepperdick

    dictionary.reference.com/ (emphasis mine) WRACK noun 1. wreck or wreckage. 2. damage or destruction: wrack and ruin. 3. a trace of something destroyed: leaving not a wrack behind. 4. seaweed or other vegetation cast on the shore. verb (used with object) 5. to wreck: He wracked his car up on the river road. RACK noun 1. a framework of bars, wires, or pegs on which articles are arranged or deposited: a clothes rack; a luggage rack. 2. a fixture containing several tiered shelves, often affixed to a wall: a book rack; a spice rack. 3. a spreading framework set on a… Read more »