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4 Letter Words

1. krayker16 July 2010, 13:45 GMT +02:00

You can only change ONE letter, AND/OR rearrange the letters currently available. The first word is:

WINS

7706. Ayla8727 September 2012, 6:14 GMT +02:00

a nice and

free

way of entertainment is to visit Londons parks and toy with the squirrels as I did in this video from one of my last visits:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rNAQmH-jXaA

7707. micromoth27 September 2012, 6:53 GMT +02:00

Lol! This is how Alien started. Feel the

fear

7708. Ayla8727 September 2012, 6:59 GMT +02:00

some squirrels live right

near

us outside our living room window, we see them from time to time, but they are quite shy over here. We have those with the red fur here, not the grey ones.

7709. xymonau27 September 2012, 10:31 GMT +02:00

I had never seen a live squirrel until I went to the USA, but I was disappointed that I couldn't try to pat one because of the risk of rabies. I thought they were so cute. I wish we had them in this

area

Was that your video, Michael?

7710. Ayla8727 September 2012, 10:52 GMT +02:00

oh yes, it's a

real

pleasure to watch them. I made this video with my good old point&shoot camera which is able to film for up to 30 seconds. Long enough for this one squirrel :-)

7711. xymonau27 September 2012, 11:48 GMT +02:00

I didn't check while I was there - do you have other videos?

you can always

rely

on a point and shoot!

7712. micromoth27 September 2012, 11:52 GMT +02:00

Many years ago when I lived in London, a grey squirrel had its

lair

in a tree in my back garden. I still remember seeing it return there one afternoon only to find that a cat had taken up residence! The scolding that the squirrel gave to the cat was astonishing in its ferocity and lnogevity, but the cat completely ignored it. Eventually the squirrel gave up and made a temporary bivouac for the night...

7713. xymonau27 September 2012, 12:39 GMT +02:00

I was first this time!

I'm amazed the cat didn't just kill it.

The word is "rely".

7714. Ayla8727 September 2012, 12:45 GMT +02:00

I wouldn't want to become the

prey

of a cat. I'm content with the role of a tin opener. And I'm lucky enough with a P&S to build up our gallery, no need for a heavier camera as far as I'm concerned.

7715. xymonau27 September 2012, 13:10 GMT +02:00

I'm too technologically challenged for fancy cameras. I learn really slowly and sometimes it feels overwhelming. I want a genius "auto" button.

and I want it this

year

7716. micromoth27 September 2012, 13:22 GMT +02:00

@7713 Oops! You're right. Oh

dear!

7717. Ayla8727 September 2012, 13:55 GMT +02:00

I have no

idea

where I would be without that "auto" button. Must admit that I rely on it quite heavily.

7718. xymonau27 September 2012, 15:56 GMT +02:00

if someone would make me a

deal

I couldn't refuse on a new camera, even without an auto button, I'd take it!

7719. micromoth27 September 2012, 19:50 GMT +02:00

But every few months there's a new model with the latest "must have" features. Who is

able

to keep up?

7720. xymonau27 September 2012, 22:09 GMT +02:00

and you can

blab

all about the technology abd buy everything with bells and whistles, but if you can't compose a shot, it won't make you a better photographer

7721. Ayla8728 September 2012, 6:34 GMT +02:00

perhaps with a large

bulb

it is easier to spot a good motif when it suddenly jumps around a corner ;-)

7722. micromoth28 September 2012, 7:15 GMT +02:00

Whereas some of the advertisers just spout a lot of

bull

For example, why do so many of them claim that their product is "ultimate" as if that makes it wonderful? It's only ultimate until the next one comes along.

7723. Ayla8728 September 2012, 7:37 GMT +02:00

don't let them

lull

you, they will never tell you about the weaknesses of their products. If one really was ultimate, they would never have a reason to get money from you again (which is of course their main goal)

7724. micromoth28 September 2012, 9:49 GMT +02:00

And some of these adverts can be a real

lulu.

Like the packet of breakfast cereal that claims it contains "plump juicy raisins" Really? Surely that would be, er, a grape...

7725. Ayla8728 September 2012, 9:57 GMT +02:00

I must admit, life would be quite

dull

without all of those ads. Some of them can be quite funny, mostly unintentional, though.

7726. micromoth28 September 2012, 11:25 GMT +02:00

Some are good, agreed. After all, they have a very high budget per minute of finished video and some very creative producers. But most of them really make me grit my teeth. There are very few I would

laud

7727. Ayla8728 September 2012, 12:30 GMT +02:00

most of us would be

glad

if we could spend half as much money from time to time as they blow out. What fascinates me most is that you can't even really measure the success of all those ads monetarily.

7728. micromoth28 September 2012, 12:51 GMT +02:00

And there's the social cost of the advertisers' reinforcing of stereotypes. Does an abundance of toiletries really make a

lady?

Wouldn't a gentle spirit be a better measure of this?

7729. Ayla8729 September 2012, 10:43 GMT +02:00

wouldn't the ladys feel naked if they have to

clad

themselves without all their toiletries? Nakedness can cause strong reactions, as I had the chance to observe already, so beware ;-)

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