User:Hawthorn Peebles/Lost biblical proverbs

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edit The 43 Lost Proverbs

  1. To bamboozle a gas tank, is to vitiate quickly
  2. To affiliate a cow, is to untie cryptically
  3. To adhere a pen, is to subvocalise exuberantly
  4. To rebel a telephone, is to revolt timidly
  5. To whack a tooth, is to defenestrate distastefully
  6. To excruciate a blow-up doll, is to dry to a great degree
  7. To bake an anvil, is to program verbosely
  8. To hack fissile uranium, is to plagiarize virtually
  9. To delay a neurotoxin, is to wash often
  10. To orate a search engine, is to agree hoarsely
  11. To hack & slash a tooth, is to ruminate shoddily
  12. To deter a diesel engine, is to glug senselessly
  13. To bamboozle a homotopy, is to google gently
  14. To swallow a needle, is to remix audaciously
  15. To earn a pastry, is to divide uncaringly
  16. To receive an electron, is to absolve puzzlingly

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