Monday, March 29, 2010

Having a little fun with words

Am I the only one that will look at the word verification and attempt to pronounce the word and come up with a meaning?

I don't normally have word verification on my blog but in order to get you all out in the sun and enjoying the spring weather, I'm going to keep this post short.

Before you comment, type out your word verification word here and then, either tell me what it means or use it in a sentence. It can be anything. I just want to see how creative you all are!

I'll go first. Check out my attempt on my comment. Have fun!


Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...


'meaning (according to me) sit awhile


If ya'll just sityll, I'll bring you some tea. :)

Murr Brewster said...


Oh this won't be an ardsell at all. Way too easy. Lemme try again.

Mari said...

I do that too! Sometimes it's easier than others.

gradebem (grading them)

The teacher was working on gradebem papers.

Farila said...

Cloul ---
The floating cloul were sticky and leaky...

Danica said...


Um how about inscensitive. But that's not me and that's certainly not you!

My name is PJ. said...

You're not the only one. Some of them should definitely be included in the newest version of Webster's Collegiate.

'Torecoz' Pronounced 'tore ee coz'

Mama weed me a torecoz I be good.

blueviolet said...

I don't come up with meaning but I thoroughly enjoy pronouncing them!

Sherry said...

Loving the new look here!!!

Okay, I admit it...I am the goof who tries to pronounce the verification word...sometimes just to make sure I can retype it -- some of the letters are often just a jumble..and I feel like a dork when I get it "wrong"!!!

My word today is "digaud"....I see this as a French word .... a garden utensil.

"Henri turned the soil dans le jardin avec le grande digaud il prend from the shed...."

Nezzy said...

Oh baby I always do this but I have a booger here.

scopho (scop.ho)n. A newly designed instrument designed to scope the female organs. v. The act or process of using the scopho.

The Dr. said," just put your feet in the stirrups and relax while I use my brand new Scopho to scopho your vajay-ja."

Mandy's Life After 30 said...


Should I blert (blurt) out an answer or think before I speak? (that's what I thought of anyway)!

Cute post Simone! I recently had to turn on my word verification b/c I've gotten so much spam lately. But this is a great way to look at that sometimes annoying word you have to type in!

I may use this idea in my April challenge! April will be my literacy month and I'm going to attempt to read four novels, learn new words, and take Vivian to the library each week. I'll be revealing more later this week...

Ina in Alaska said...


Meaning: On my next vacation, I am heading to VERMONT! HO! HO! HO!!!!

That was fun Simone!! xoxo

Ace said...


Meaning: pretentiousness, or thinking one is classier than one really is.

The old money crowd was underwhelmed by Vivian's clesse display of her wealth.

Wonderful World of Weiners said...


I ate so much on vacation, my clothes nofity me anymore!


Erin said...


meaning = adj., "a little."

sentence: I'm alail irritated with my father-in-law, so won't be attending the family dinner tonight.

Anita said...

Nice bit of trivia. :)

My word is corsesse. Because of the vowels, we can make it a word...I guess.

Janie B said...

a pet name

Muffie, you are lookin' good today!

Heart2Heart said...


I love this idea and play it each time I comment someeones blog and try to come up with words!

Mine was rapaers, just another way of saying how to fix anything that breaks in your house, you rapaers it!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Kwana said...


meaning: supercharged turbo housecat

Coming from the vet with his new bionic limbs, my hemicat took off like a shot as soon as I opened the car door never to be seen again.

Veronica Lee said...


er... er.....

Sorry, still in zombie mode!!

Have a great day!!

Buckeroomama said...


One who is an expert in sonatas.

SMJ said...


MUCH more serious that the plain ol' sars China experienced. Also, its pronounced eww-vay-sars, with a silent T, similar to duvat (comforter cover).

Organic Motherhood with Cool Whip said...


kinda like poop but a little ploopier...

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