23 February 2013

Defining "gullible"

It is an interesting fact that the word "gullible" is not found in any online dictionary.

13 comments:

  1. LOL that was just mean!

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    1. still waiting for the classic reply. We'll see...

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    2. Wait -- you think we're credulous, Minnesotastan?

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  2. Do you really believe that? ;0)

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  3. Stan, you have a fiendish streak in you a mile wide. Keep up the good work!

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  4. It's not in a standard dictionary either

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  5. Not used to you lying to us!

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    1. How would you know?

      But you're right. I should have phrased it as "it has been said that..." or something to that effect.

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  6. What do you mean? I just checked and it is...

    Really now, I can't believe I fell for that one. I don't usually do but, as others have pointed out, coming from you it took me by surprise. Good job :)

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  7. I hear it's because of Chief Gullible. He finds it offensive. I take it you've heard of Chief Gullible?

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  8. Rule #1 of online reading (if not all reading):

    TRUST BUT VERIFY.

    Even Stan...LOL

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