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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

11810. xymonau17 January 2016, 11:47 GMT +01:00

She's a good cat and doesn't

mock

you with a variety of trophies.

11811. gesinek17 January 2016, 12:31 GMT +01:00

Lucky you, we have 3 hunters.
One goes out for mice, ok he is a cat.
The second catches leaves and moth because he often sounds like Darth Vader because of the cat flue he had as a baby cat.
The third one is always part of the barbecues around here and comes back with a piece of grilled meat or sausage and he waits with eating it until one of us has seen his prey.

cock

11812. xymonau18 January 2016, 5:01 GMT +01:00

ROFL! The barbequeue cat is definitely the smartest.

coca

11813. Ayla8718 January 2016, 6:19 GMT +01:00

I find it very clever of them to specialise on the sort of their prey. This way they won't interfere with each other. Next thing would be a cat hunting for a

cola

11814. xymonau18 January 2016, 9:55 GMT +01:00

And we all know what caffeine does to Garfield! I like cats that kill their prey rapidly.

lock

and load, and whammo!
The problem is that house cats aren't hungry, and it's the excitement of the kill that inspires them, not hunger.

11815. Ayla8718 January 2016, 12:54 GMT +01:00

Yes, their prey needs

luck

to be killed before they realise that they are in trouble. Because of all the cat toys (artificial fur mice) the cats are trained to play with those mice even longer.

11816. xymonau19 January 2016, 6:53 GMT +01:00

This is where I'm going to see the specialist tomorrow - well, I see him Thursday, but I drive down tomorrow. It's about 2 and a half hours from here and not far from where I used to live on the Sunshine Coast. Very touristy and not my sort of place, but it is a really beautiful area. I'm taking my camera and if I have time I'll get a few beach shots from the esplanade. I'm staying in a cheap motel, so there are no water views! LOL https://images.trvl-media.com/media/content/shared/images/travelguides/destination/181627/Mooloolaba-62929.jpg

There will be no

lack

of heat, because it's the middle of summer.

11817. Ayla8719 January 2016, 8:02 GMT +01:00

What a nice outlook for a specialist. I hope you are excited when you are

back

and that specialist has good ideas to help you.

11818. gesinek19 January 2016, 10:42 GMT +01:00

I could stay there for weeks. What a wonderful area for someone like me who really loves to stay on the beach.

bark

11819. xymonau19 January 2016, 12:15 GMT +01:00

All along that section of the coast is magnificent. I hate the tourism, but I love the beauty. Where I lived was further inland, but it was still extremely pretty. Then just a few kilometres and you were up on the mountains and could look all the way down to the beaches in the distance. Millionaire country, sadly, as everyone wants to live there. Only an hour from Brisbane, too, so you can have the best of both worlds. Gesine, you would love Airlie Beach near Mackay, in north Queensland. Immaculate white sands. An amazing place. Sadly, it's hardly affordable these days because of tourism. Here's a pic: http://s1.at.atcdn.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/017-Whitsundays4.jpg There was a smaller version near Bundaberg at Elliott Heads when I was raising my son. When the tide was out there was miles of sand and shallow water. Really picturesque. It was about 25ks as I recall from Bundaberg, but we used to swim there a lot. http://i1.au.reastatic.net/800x600/584ee1d6e9459068e52a7eaab088dcde078daf80ba99b50dcceb17fc30d7ebcd/image10.jpg

Now my little travelogue is done, I have to pack a few things.

bard

11820. Ayla8719 January 2016, 14:09 GMT +01:00

You used to swim 25 kms from Bundy to the beach? ;-)
That sounds

hard

Don't pack too much, you will have to unpack it all when you are back.

11821. gesinek20 January 2016, 11:38 GMT +01:00

Wonderful beaches Dez. Our coasts or the coast in Denmark or Netherlands are more rough but also nice.

I will look for some pictures another time

dart

11822. Ayla8720 January 2016, 13:13 GMT +01:00

fart

sorry, that was Mimi ;-)

11823. gesinek20 January 2016, 15:38 GMT +01:00

Hihi,

fort

11824. Ayla8721 January 2016, 8:39 GMT +01:00

foot

like the big we live on

11825. gesinek21 January 2016, 19:21 GMT +01:00

Apropo big foot, did you find the silken

tofu

we talked about times ago?

11826. Ayla8722 January 2016, 6:21 GMT +01:00

Yes, we made a

tour

through several shops and then we found it and tried it. It was nice, but I must admit I still prefer the spiced variations of normal tofu. My favourite is smoked tofu with a nice smoke aroma.

11827. xymonau22 January 2016, 11:40 GMT +01:00

I love silken. Makes great fake scrambled eggs with a bit of flavour and some diced cooked veges tossed through.

Well, I'm back. And it seems I am not going to be considered fit enough to return to work in the short term, so I'll lose my job. He was a nice doctor, and very thorough. I never took any photos. I just didn't feel like getting out of the car, and I drove straight back home when he was finished. I'll come to terms with it all eventually, but right now I'm feeling sad about it.

true

11828. Ayla8722 January 2016, 12:53 GMT +01:00

Oh, it sounds as if the doctor wasn't

rude

to you. Even worse that he did not have better news. To lose your job is a hard consequence when your health is not up to your employers expectations. But then - many people who still do have a job work till their health is ruined, and this is no way better. Did the doctor give you any outlook on when you might be fit to work again? And do you think there is a perspective to find a new job then? I hope you won't get into too much trouble with the money for your house? Lots of Questions. But don't feel too sad - you still have us.

11829. Ayla8722 January 2016, 12:53 GMT +01:00

Oh, it sounds as if the doctor wasn't

rude

to you. Even worse that he did not have better news. To lose your job is a hard consequence when your health is not up to your employers expectations. But then - many people who still do have a job work till their health is ruined, and this is no way better. Did the doctor give you any outlook on when you might be fit to work again? And do you think there is a perspective to find a new job then? I hope you won't get into too much trouble with the money for your house? Lots of Questions. But don't feel too sad - you still have us.

Oops, it seems that I've pressed the "send"-Button a little bit too hard???

Funny that you can see things twice here - without drinking...

11830. gesinek22 January 2016, 21:05 GMT +01:00

That is sad to hear Dez. I feel with you. Hope you can find something to gain money for your live according to your health level. What's about pension in Australia?

I never eat silken tofu but we often have meals with tofu from our canteen in hospital. I don't know what they do in kitchen but it always feels like rubber in the mouth. Even my veggy co workers don't like it.

true

11831. xymonau23 January 2016, 3:20 GMT +01:00

I will get over it. I just have to go through the actual dismissal process and it will be about two weeks or so. They drag their feet when I want them to do something, but I know they will make a very short process of this. Yes, there are pensions here, Gesine, but these days it is hard to get one. Instead, they give you unemployment benefits and a pensioner discount card. You have to be totally disabled and your condition must be "stable". One poor young man who had terminal cancer was not granted a pension because his condition was deteriorating and not stable. Years of right wing governments, and right - ish left wing governments have made the lives of the poor a lot harder. The pension wouldn't even pay my mortgage, unfortunately. I'll manage for now, and hopefully I will regain my health and be able to work again. The sickness insurance will go until I'm 65 if necessary. And I have some superannuation. Life changes, though, and I do believe in God, and something will come up. Michael, the doctor was talking about at least 12 months, but he was trying not to discourage me. I appreciated that about him. And thank you both for your kindness. I know people are limited re interactions with online friends, but I think of you as real friends, and we have certainly been in touch for a long time now!

I really hate that hard, rubbery tofu, but there are various kinds. There is one that is firm, but crumbly, and it cooks up without that rubbery texture. I don't mind it in stir fries. The silken breaks up when mixed with things, but it appeals to me most.

I laughed when I read your previous posts above, by the way. And even a post that echoed!

rule

11832. Ayla8725 January 2016, 7:34 GMT +01:00

Maybe it is because it is marinated - with that smoked tofu I don't have the impression to eat rubber.

It is good that the doctor did not discourage you, Dez. Surely it will take time to get better. 12 months are a long time, but when you are optimistic about it that will be very helpful. Things are always easier if you don't lose your faith. I hope you are not left alone by the doctors. They should accompany you well on your way back to better health.

When your sickness insurance works only until you are 65, who cares for your medical needs after that age? Over here most people are automatically health-insured life long when they get a pension. (In my case, of course, I will have to pay extra for that because I have that private health insurance).

Please keep us informed how things are going.

Yes, I also consider you as a real and

true

friend. and I'm very happy to know you even though chances are not very good that we will ever personally meet us. Looking back, I have begun with some four lettered words on the 29th December 2010. That is now more than 5 years ago and I think it must be the starting point of when our paths have crossed more often.

http://www.rgbstock.com/forum/msg/441/57

Cought your attention one month later by changing too many letters (what a way to get off with someone)

http://www.rgbstock.com/forum/msg/441/59

But shy, as I am, it took us about half a year to start some sort of discussion:

http://www.rgbstock.com/forum/msg/441/153

First longer exchange of more than four letters:

http://www.rgbstock.com/forum/msg/441/265

The rest is history ;)

11833. xymonau25 January 2016, 16:46 GMT +01:00

LOL! You have done your research, haven't you, Michael? Did you ever play on sxc? I haven't looked at the links yet, but I will (it's the wee small hours and my brain is unable to mesh right now).

The insurance is actually income protection during sickness. It's 75% of your wage. Medical care is totally free without any insurance. There are some specialists I choose to pay because it was quicker to see them originally rather than wait several months in the public system. But a lot of what is happening with surgeries and specialists is through the public hospital system, and completely free, so no medical insurance is needed. I do have to pay for updates by a private GP for the insurance company, but I don't have to pay him as he "bulk bills" the government. Some GPs choose to charge more than the government rebate, but this clinic doesn't, so money never changes hands for consultations. We have free universal medical treatment - with a sum taken out of taxes if you do not have private insurance. But private insurance is optional, and the only advantage is choosing your own doctor and a faster turnaround of appointments. Plus, they will keep you in the hospital longer after operations.

We appear to be stuck on the word, "true" above. It has been used three times very recently. I'll have to take the letters on a long journey.

hurt

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