Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Thcwabbwe

Evewy wowds a winnew!
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Exacwe the thame ath wegulaw Thcwabbwe exthept evewy wowd ith wwitten the way Kwipke thpeakth.

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       "Call For Lithp" ?   

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8th of 7, Jan 16 2013
  

       It needs a to have a translator to come with it.
Kansan101, Jan 16 2013
  

       With only 2 Ws, I don't see the average game lasting more than, oh, one word.
DrCurry, Jan 16 2013
  

       "All I have is non-W's, I have to trade in."
phundug, Jan 16 2013
  

       Isn't this the origin of the Welsh language?
jurist, Jan 16 2013
  

       One can always turn the W upside down to make an M.
xandram, Jan 16 2013
  

       Tippex and a permanent marker pen are your friends.
pocmloc, Jan 16 2013
  

       Ohh... Scrabble... now I get it.
UnaBubba, Jan 16 2013
  

       Hmm... I've never tried playing Scrabble in other languages, or with speech impediments.
UnaBubba, Jan 22 2013
  
      
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