Thursday, February 11, 2010

Fun With Twisted Linguistics - Custom comment codes for MySpace, Hi5, Friendster and more
These are today's TWISTED LINGUISTICS Words Gone Wild blasfomys. I've defined them with a particular theme in mind. Why don't you see what you can come up with as well?

squallar - The sound of the hell winds blowing all that crap around outside right now.

pre madonnas - No wonder the anti-snow chants didn't work.

suppossudly - Medication I'm ready to administer to the snow gods where it hurts. Hard.

unheathly - The temperature outside my window.

herion - What I'm going to take up if this weather nonsense doesn't end soon.

criminous - What the frozen snow looks like with all those black blotches and yellow streaks.

reembursed - What Mother Nature keeps doing to us here.

inheritantly - What, this freakish Winter is the sins of the father?

regester - Those damn things that put out tepid air for an outrageous amount of money.


Marion said...

Twisted Linguistics day really messes with my head. LOL! It's sleeting here in the swamp with SNOW predicted for tonight. I feel like you! OY! LOL! Stay warm. Blessings!

Serena said...

Sleeting and snowing in the swamps, Marion?! As my granny would have said, Lawd Gawd A'mighty! Get out the blankets and the hot toddy fixings, girl. You're gonna need them. Stay warm, and for heaven's sake, take pictures!:)

g-man said...

Ya mean Early Divas from the 70's like Stevie Nicks and Cher?
PRE Madonna's?

When I see's Mah Honey next month, ya'll know where I'll be?
Her I On....hehehehehe

Serena said...

I have no idea what I mean, Galen. I just go with the flow. It's criminous.:)

Skunkfeathers said...

LOL..they messed too much with my head this time...I had nothing to add ;) Happy Weekend!

Serena said...

I know what you mean, Skunk. Happy Weekend to you, too.:)

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Serena said...

Thank you, /t., and a Happy <3 Day to you as well.:)

Lee said...

Glad to see you're still doing this, Serena - so much fun!

Serena said...

I think it's about time to retire it, Lee, but I'm glad you've enjoyed it.