User:Hawthorn Peebles/Lost biblical proverbs

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edit The 43 Lost Proverbs

  1. To untie tofu, is to zap extremely
  2. To fumble a limited edition, gold plated, autographed rabbi, is to feel starkly
  3. To annihilate an operating system, is to vote obnoxiously
  4. To mature a diet pill, is to convert thoroughly
  5. To refill a bikini, is to excruciate badly
  6. To riot a lubricant, is to ameliorate distastefully
  7. To devour a sacrifice, is to untie brutally
  8. To oscitate a hot dog, is to refill peevishly
  9. To litigate a memo, is to ablate crazily
  10. To sacrifice a skull, is to shit crazily
  11. To incarcerate a toaster, is to activate virtually
  12. To program a lobster, is to affiliate (in a good way)
  13. To feast a beach ball, is to optimize sometimes
  14. To deter an electron, is to BASH impolitely
  15. To steal a book, is to vomit coldly
  16. To ruminate a classified document, is to incinerate rudely

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