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Not In My Living Room A-Z

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In alphabetical order, list things you would not want in your living room.

 

You can have more than one word as long as the first word remains in alphabetical order.

 

(You can skip X, Y, & Z as those letters tend to get pretty repetitive due to lack of appropriate words.)

 

Shall we start?...........

 

Apples that are rotten

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Cat poop

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Dirty smelly socks

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Elf on the shelf!

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garbage can

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Jack! (my brother)

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Kooka, my cockatoo!

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Noose

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Orange carpet..!!

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Sand castle

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Unicorn farting rainbows

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Vaseline covered stick of the day..🤢

 

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X-Men - they'd tear the place to shreds

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Yabba dabba doooing Flintstones 

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