(I like the way words can be used - and misused!. Cryptic crosswords are a favourite with me.)
Leonard Cohen sang: "Forget your perfect offering, there's a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in."
Spike Milligan wrote that stars are the holes in the sky where the rain gets in.
I admire workers who put poles in the exact place to line up with power and telephone wires.
What's the difference between a duck? One of its legs is both the same.
I was poking myself in the eye the other day, when suddenly I washed my face. Gee it hurt!
dissection: Part of this site containing "dis" words
disconcert : Leave before music finishes
discredit: Cut up bank card
discriminate: Find not guilty
disembogue: Use handkerchief
disgorge: Fill up valley
disillusion: Close eyes
disincline: Level ramp
dismiss: Change gender
disappoint: Sack employee
disarticulate: Speak wrongly
disbar: Escape from jail
discard: Forget Wife's birthday
discord: Lose pyjama belt
discommode: Fall off toilet
disseminate: Use condom
distemper: Used to paint house, to calm it down
distress: Cut hair
dismay: Withdraw approval
discourse: Become lost
distill: Un-plough farmland
discount: Add backwards
dismember: Throw out of club
disorient: Return from Far East
disport: Sail away
display: Get serious
DO NOT BEND