Saturday, November 11, 2006

The Doofey Definitions Dance


It's been almost unnaturally warm and muggy (for November) today. My new windows are flung wide open. Alas, that won't last long; rains from hell are coming this evening. If two inches of rain actually fall as predicted, I could well be bailing out the basement in the morning.

For the uninitiated, these are prime examples of the Twisted Linguistics we talk about so often.

devistated
irresistable
rebord
heavan
relegion
breeeds
simply and pure
I glad you was
I have know her
going in lif
soorow

We're running a special today -- we find them, you define 'em. In fact, I'd be delighted beyond words to see you make limericks with them. Have at it. Have fun. Grab your corsage (and your date), put on your defining shoes, and move those dictionaries.

*Note: There's also a limerick drive in progress at Moristotle's place:
http://www.moristotle.blogspot.com

6 comments:

ithinkearthisheaven said...

having bath in rain is great experience

RexZeitgiest said...

There once was a man named Deeds, so ugly he couldn't breeeds,
So he put on a hat,
grew nice and fat,
and spent his days grooming his steeds.

Serena Joy said...

{insert the sound of 2 hands clapping}

Good one, Rex.:)

RexZeitgiest said...

ahahahahhah....Not my forte', but I tried...

Serena Joy said...

Au contraire. You did a fine job.

RexZeitgiest said...

Thanks!