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    thanks for all the words!

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    Thanks for all the new words

    Love the idea of posting words in one post daily or so instead of single words posted - get busy at work somedays and don't get in here and if busy at home and don't get in some nights can mean soooo many pages to go through or at least post the words you have in one post if going to post more words right away

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    Today's code word is HOME for 200 points!

    Redeem your points now.
    Good thru 2/1/11.



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    SUPERPOINTS IS BACK!!!!
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    This week's code word is BEHAPPIER for 200 points! Redeem your points now. Good thru 2/1/11.
    Collecting Campbell's soup labels for our school RAKs greatly appreciated.
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    posting all the words in one post is not logistically possible, as the words are released througout the day.

    What I do is post a thank you for the words given once or twice a day, then I go back to where I posted the thank you and check for any words posted after that and then post another thank you, that way you don't miss any words.

    That serves two purposes, one you know where you last searched up too, and two which is as if not more important you are thanking the hard working people on here for finding all the new words for you.

    I may miss a day or two, but it doesn't matter as all I do is search for my last thank you post and go from there. Simple and effective.

    Drat had to edit as I forget to thank you all for the new words posted...LOL

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    I do the same

    and thanks for the new words!

    Quote Originally Posted by Appleby View Post
    posting all the words in one post is not logistically possible, as the words are released througout the day.

    What I do is post a thank you for the words given once or twice a day, then I go back to where I posted the thank you and check for any words posted after that and then post another thank you, that way you don't miss any words.

    That serves two purposes, one you know where you last searched up too, and two which is as if not more important you are thanking the hard working people on here for finding all the new words for you.

    I may miss a day or two, but it doesn't matter as all I do is search for my last thank you post and go from there. Simple and effective.

    Drat had to edit as I forget to thank you all for the new words posted...LOL
    Collecting Campbell's soup labels for our school RAKs greatly appreciated.
    Using WagJag for great deals!

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    This week's code word is SURVIVAL for 200 points!

    Redeem your points now.
    Good thru 2/1/11.



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    thanks appleby for your help

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    This week's code word is CLOTHING for 200 points!

    Redeem your points now.
    Good thru 2/1/11.



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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    wow!!!! how many points do you have??

    Thanks for the new words everyone!!!
    over 2.4 mil


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    Thanks

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    Thanks For all The words!! Havent been on in ages , but finally catching up!
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    thanks for the new words
    Happy Wednesday everyone (((hugs)))


    Life is Good

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