Thursday, September 29, 2011

Twisted Linguistics




Your Spelling is Perfect



You got 10/10 correct.



Your spelling is excellent. You also have a great memory and eye for detail.




Words Gone Wild pulled from the Worldwide Web this week:-

volunteerly
political correctness run a muck
rentry
incounter
dispicable
everynody
home and harth
bare the brunt
their is something wrong
universtity
anniverseries

8 comments:

G-Man said...

Dispicable!
What Bugs Bunny is to Daffy Duck!

Bare the Brunt!
Mooning someone in Germany!

Incounter!
Having coitus with an Accountant!

Home and Harth!
A Bed and Breakfast for illiterates!

snowelf said...

Everynody! That sounds so cute!! Almost like a horde of little brownies. :)

Serena, wishing you a great weekend!!

--snow

Skunkfeathers said...

volunteerly: by the *ow*nce

political correctness run a muck: or mucked a run, since it can't do anything right

rentry: fiscal trajectory failed to achieve stable orbit and a burn up during rentry is pending with the landlord...

incounter: the tracker of credits

dispicable: when the cable goes out during a favorite show

everynody: every polyp finds out

home and harth: harth, what thru yon window breaks?

bare the brunt: exposing a midget

their is something wrong: you've had neighbors like that...

universtity: a place where one keeps abreast of their education...

anniverseries: sequels best not made...

Serena said...

Those are some funny definitions, Mr. Gee. Have a great weekend.:)

I hadn't thought of it in that way, Snow, but it does sound cute. Wishing you a great weekend as well.:)

That's a superb defining job, Skunk. Made me laugh, which is worth a LOT.:)

/t. said...

political
correctness run a muck

hmmm, i dunno, SJ... but i have
seen political conventions run to muck

HEY, TGI... WEEKEND, SERENA JOY!

× × ×

/t.

Serena said...

Oftentimes, they get down and dirty in the muck, /t. Nasty business, politics. Hope your weekend has been good.;)

quid said...

Your Spelling Is Perfect

You got 10/10 correct.

Your spelling is excellent. You also have a great memory and eye for detail.


My favorite of your "words" was

"bare the brunt".

I sat at my computer, looked down, and, relieved, found that my brunt was completely covered up. Thank goodness!

quid

Serena said...

Good job on your spelling, Quid. I'm always careful to make sure my brunt is covered, too.:-)