Nothing tickles my funny bone more when commenting on a blog than verifying that I am a real person. Apparently nobody likes spam. What makes me laugh are the nonsensical words I must retype to acknowledge that I am, indeed, commenting with a fully functioning brain inside my head.
Yet, they couldn’t be more wrong.
Because I easily see something that isn’t supposed to be there. It’s a bit like cloud gazing where some kind of animal is waiting in the sky to be spotted by the more whimsical of the world.
So, inspired by my imagination and a plethora of uselessly hilarious words, I present Word Wars: the contest.
If you feel inclined to participate, define any or all of the words listed below in a comment. A panel of judges (check out my family if you’d like to see them) will vote on the ones that tickle their funny bones. I’ll try not to let the dog vote, as she’s only interested in food.
Winners will be posted for the cyber world to enjoy.
For your efforts, I will atribute each “winning” definition with a link to the author’s blog, website or another cyber way-stop of their choice. (That is appropriate for my eyes.)
Definitions will be accepted through 8:00pm Monday and will be posted on Tuesday.
WORD WAR WORDS
As a bonus, please share your funniest word verification words along with your personal defintitions. The one that tickles my tweeter the most will recieve a copy of Lynn Price’s The Writer’s Essential Tackle Box.
Spread the word and it will spread the joy!