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Malapropisms-A



clevercloggsClevercloggs on 11/09/2009

A malapropism is an accidentally inappropriate, often humorous choice, omission, or alteration of words. Please replace the blanks from the suggestions offered, good luck.
10 Questions




Rating:  (7.75/9)
Difficulty:  Easy
Taken: 130 times



Kerblunk Leaderboard
Player: Level: % Correct: Time to Complete:
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Dutchman 245100.00%    53.14 seconds    
2
Patchee 169100.00%    67.71 seconds    
3
Marybee 5100.00%    77.74 seconds    
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Coffeepot 3100.00%    88.20 seconds    
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Triviamistress 87100.00%    94.52 seconds    
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Pensionista 27100.00%    97.57 seconds    
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Venigk222 88100.00%    105.18 seconds    
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Zeedee 235100.00%    106.98 seconds    
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Wolfie860 190100.00%    116.88 seconds    
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Oldpink 20100.00%    119.45 seconds    



Comments (4)
rowlanda
Rowlanda  (Level: 70.0)
Mon, 9th Nov '09 9:22 PM

CC....
I take issue with some of your "correct" answers. Some of them are simply matters of opinion
e.g. #5 where several of the choices had similar meanings
And In #6....Oral Contracts do have some value in Law, if there is some proof that one existed.
Is the answer to #8 just your idea of a joke???? Racist or not....
#9 - I've heard of cloves of garlics, but not a plural of "garlic"
#10 - Another joke???? Maybe the other half have wings???? The question was not clearly defined.
Just because it's a Kerblunk - and the silliest of all the quizes on Sploofus - doesn't mean you should
submit such a carelessly written quiz. Sorry but.... Rowlanda


bikerbabe
Bikerbabe  (Level: 20.4)
Mon, 9th Nov '09 4:49 PM

Good quiz


buzzerman
Buzzerman  (Level: 84.9)
Mon, 9th Nov '09 12:02 PM

A number of these were not true malapropisms,but rather lapses in logic. A true malapropism substitutes words or phrases that sound "very close" (e.g. "varicose") to the proper usage.


venigk222
Venigk222  (Level: 88.8)
Mon, 9th Nov '09 9:13 AM

Amusing







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