Wicked Word Wednesday (3)

Greetings logophiles and other creative types! It’s time for another

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Quick Overview:

One entry per person.

42 words max.

Leave your entry in the comment box below.

Please include Twitter handle or pseudonym.

Entries must be posted by midnight Eastern Time (New York City time).

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A Reminder: Changes Since the First Event

Last week was the very first Wicked Word Wednesday, and while things went swimmingly, some things needed ironing out.

If you participated last week, please note:

You must leave your entry in the comment section of this post.

Pingbacks cannot be accepted since it’s not possible to “like” pingbacks.

In fact, I’ve disabled pingback notifications.

Feel free to post your entry on your own blog!

If you decide to promote Wicked Word Wednesday on your own site, please link back to the current event.

Some interested participants missed out; let’s avoid tragic misunderstandings!

Make sure your followers know to come here to vote! Only “likes” cast here will count towards the weekly winners.

Since photographs cannot be embedded in the comments section of WordPress.com hosted sites, photography is no longer an entry option.

I apologize for any inconvenience.

 


 

Enough chit-chat – what’s the Wicked Word?

 


The Wicked Word is . . .

SEDENTARY

The Game is Afoot!

You have 24 hours.

GO!


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12 thoughts on “Wicked Word Wednesday (3)

    1. You should be able to save the badge from the Wicked Word Wednesday page by right-clicking and selecting “save image as”.. Upload it to your image gallery on your blog; if you use a WordPress hosted site, you can insert the image into your sidebar using the “image” widget found under site admin – appearance – widgets.

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  1. Studying volcanoes is how my volcanologist husband likes to spend our vacations. Nothing Sedentary for him. No lounging on beaches. Whether slogging up the side of a volcano or battling recalcitrant technology, his favorite line? “You can’t keep a good scientist down!”

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