Thursday, November 02, 2006
Really Twisted Stuff
After some dinner and another long, good-smelling soak, I feel human again. As human as I'm likely to get, anyway. I just made a pot of coffee so, yep, it's a good bet I'll be up all night. Which is okay; I'm about to get back to the King book, find out what a Boo'ya Moon is. It took me about 200 pages to get into it, but I'm in it to the finish now.
Here are today's Words Gone Wild, rounded up by the brave Roxan, and their suggested definitions.
beyound - "Be Yound, Be Foolish, Be Happy," a song by the Toms that didn't quite catch on.
carachter - A super crotchety person; i.e., a real character.
wother - What they were talking about in "Wothering Heights."
mailboxews - Female sheep-shifting mail carriers.
wondn't - I wonda if that's really a word?
ciomes - A new breed of cat, a cross between a Siamese and a Calico.
Now, then -- I'd like to see you guys use each word in a sentence. I'm sadistic that way. Come on, you know you can do it.
Meanwhile, I feel the urge for a bit of Twisted Linguistics poetry coming on.
From beyound the grave,
The wother, a carachter more
Frightening than any ciomes,
Smote down innocent mailboxews and
Having wondn't and slain them,
Ate them whole.