User:Hawthorn Peebles/Lost biblical proverbs

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edit The 43 Lost Proverbs

  1. To fumble an anvil, is to hurt chaotically
  2. To agree magma, is to detect 100%
  3. To overthrow a leash, is to ASPLODE oddly
  4. To oscillate a paper, is to fart heartlessly
  5. To annihilate a chromosome, is to sniff senselessly
  6. To pass a cadaver, is to erect abrasively
  7. To break a rifle, is to baste nervously
  8. To cuddle a salad fork, is to exterminate virtually
  9. To extrude a plague, is to deter clearly
  10. To complement a rock, is to hear sadistically
  11. To explicate a boat, is to spit hatefully
  12. To multiply an electron, is to fumble pleasantly
  13. To speak a tire, is to enumerate mysteriously
  14. To duel a rake, is to veto distastefully
  15. To crankle a kitten, is to urinate with composure
  16. To frack an igneous protrusion, is to admonish (in an unimpressed manner)

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