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I love playing with the English language. For instance:-

It is not meet to mete out meat whenever you meet a vegetarian. smile001.gif

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Oh good grief!
And I dared to duel with the master earlier!

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Close. Meet should be meant. But I like it.

Which "Meet"? The one that means suitable, or the one that means encounter?

Actually,

 ... not "meet" to mete... 

is correct.
That "meet" meaning "appropriate".

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The tough coughed as he ploughed the dough.

Or "through the dough"?

@Petter
No more verbal duels with you. You have an unfair advantage.

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