(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


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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



Oh, yes they do!