Wicked Word Wednesday (1.8)

Greetings logophiles and other creative types!

It’s time for another

Wicked Word Wednesday Logo 3
 

But First, An Apology

Apparently I never posted the winner from last week. How did that happen?

Well, better late than never. Our winner was . . .

kim881

Decent average human beings
Demonstrate just how ordinary
They are
Uninspired
Not even shades of grey
Living dull lives
Conventional
Pedestrian
Run-of-the-mill

Let’s shake them up
Show how to be
Exciting
Bold
Cherry chocolate coconut
Fizzy fancy flavour
Not
Vanilla

@kim88110

Congratulations, Kim – don’t forget your badge!

 

And now, back to our regularly scheduled program:

 

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

 


 

Being as this is Banned Books Week, the Wicked Word is . . .

 

BOOKISH

 

The Game is Afoot!

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GO!

 


 

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6 thoughts on “Wicked Word Wednesday (1.8)

  1. Thank you so much for letting me know that I am a winner of Wicked Word Wednesday. I had fun writing a poem using the prompt word ‘mediocre’. I have downloaded a badge and have one question, where is the best place to display it? Thanks again, Kim 🙂

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  2. “Good consultants have a mix of soft skills and bookish expertise in their field. Their personality should match with your project team’s; while their depth in industry knowledge leads them to ask the right questions to develop a well thought out solution.” @lilyotron

    Thank you for the fun “wicked” word!

    Posted at lilyotron.wordpress.com

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  3. I wore thick spectacles and had the unfortunate name – Prudence. I suffered the teasing, but I finally reached the end of my rope when Mr. Eldridge referred to me as “bookish”. I cast the spell and turned him into a frog!

    Muah hahaha! (Wicked laugh not part of the entry!)

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