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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. 🙂

Petter 9 May 27

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


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

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


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

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


The tough coughed as he ploughed the dough.

Or "through the dough"?

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

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