It is a Quilly day. Time to take Quilly’s three words for the day and write a story.
The 3WT #41 words will be: incompossible; harl; thropple (Click on a word for a definition)
Placing his finger on Henry’s thropple he decided to harl him in to meet Brian which made no sense since the two men were incompossible.
If you want to harl somebody who thinks they know everything just ask about the existence of two incompossible objects. They will act as if you hit them in their thropple.
Since the dragon and the bear were incompossible the dragon crushed it’s thropple and decided to harl the body to his cave.
Peanut butter and jam are not incompossible but are meant to be together. By telling you this we do not mean to harl you but we do hope to keep peanut butter out of your thropple.
A thropple and a karate chop are incompossible. If you try to bring them together they will harl you into court for murder.
Quilly's words give you an advantage in a difficult world. For example if you tell someone that you just want to thropple them and give them a hug they will never know you'd like to strangle them. Thus you can use these words to harl together two seemingly incompossible people.
These words are advantage words and everybody ought to learn them.