Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Word Verification Wednesday!

Go to the comment box. Read the word verification code and give it a definition.

Please, nothing rude, crude or unrefined. (my kids read my blog)

Play as many times as you wish!

Don't like the word you got? Refresh the page until you get one that you like.

For previous posts and examples, go here.

Keep your arms and legs inside the ride at all times, and HAVE FUN!

29 comments:

Melissa said...

hingis - definition not for a family friendly site. Will play again next week, but in the meantime will be giggling over my new word.

Tana said...

I love this idea.

grathipi-Graffiti done by someone with a speech and spelling disorder.

Kristina P. said...

You know how I roll. But I wanted to wish you a good morning anyway.

the letter Bee said...

Swamb: Common misspelling for the word swam. Most often used by those who also spell bummed as bumbed.

Shelley said...

Skins? What happens when your word verification word is actually a word? Well, Skins are a delicious superbowl snack, everyone knows that! Either that, or the slightly colder team in the shirts v. skins game.

Jillene said...

Remember how I SUCK AT THIS?! Maybe I can try later when my brain is more awake!!

Debbi said...

brifiest: the very most amount of an English way for say quick ie: a briff encounter, or the brifiest way to the store

Jo said...

ganabb- what my husband says women do, all the time!

Valerie said...

bacsdard - hmm...this takes very little imagination, but use yours.

InkMom said...

lorzhma -- for once, I am absolutely, totally at a loss. Or maybe I'm having a lorzhma -- a stupor of thought. Ha! I did it!

MamaHenClucks said...

I love word verification Wednesday! I haven't played in awhile. . . . Let's see what I've got:

nizzl
I love when my chickies just nizzl up close for a hug!

rychelle said...

i've decided i'm simply no good at this.....but i love the last line of your post. makes me feel like i'm at disneyland!

(my word is geart. can't think of a thing)

Mrs Ohtobe said...

phive - the number after phour.

Lola....L..O..L..A....lo--oh--luh! said...

Storki-
How the Manager gets into the locked stor.

JustRandi said...

ressnoss- Southern slang for "including whomever was left behind"

as in:

"Y'all go on ahead. The ressnoss are going to the store."

Karen said...

Persiona - the family member with the biggest personality. "My Mama is the persiona of the family".

Lola....L..O..L..A....lo--oh--luh! said...

Satorment- When the kids are rowdy at church. "We went to satorment meeting."

Dianne said...

gathswit--the name of my personal butler/manservant included with the mutimillion dollar mansion I win when Ed Mcmahon comes rolling up with the prize patrol ro my front door.

Staci K. said...

Vilon - the hooked-on-phonics version of the word villian

Jen said...

frons: Hons' friend. One of the two guys in that SNL sketch who wear grey sweats and are here to PUMP (clap) YOU UP!

Also, when the Fons had friends, maybe he called them his Frons.

Or Palm tree parts that don't get enough vitamin D.

Melissa said...

Moraphi-underachieving, youngest brother of Mormon. Didn't have enough faith to be a Nephite and was too lazy to be a Lamanite. Just came home from school, ate and went up to his room. Counselors suspect that he had issues about always being compared to older brother, Moroni.

Melissa said...

That should be son of Mormon. But you knew that!

Jessica G. said...

bisgrags - what you get when you forget to put the baking soda in your biscuit dough.

Kaye said...

balit - what I do when my boat is filling up with H2O.
This is the first time I have seen this. What fun! Thanks

Mum-me said...

birugra - this sounds like the name of an outback Australian town.

Wrighty - said...

Kaye sent me here and I love it! What a great idea!

nointest - one of the comments marked in my teenagers' report card.

example: Huey seems to have nointest in the chapter on Mongolian earthworms, much like his brothers Huey and Dewey.

Wrighty - said...

I had to do this one more time!


inght - the opposite of outght.

example: I don't know why she went the wrong way, the two doors were clearly marked INGHT and OUTGHT.

Cookie said...

I'm a little late, but I'd still like to play!
"multea" That's short for multitasking while drinking tea. People who multitask don't have time to type all of those letters!

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