Thursday Thirteen--words I like

yeah, so it's Friday. Sue me.

I was going to make a list of 13 things Aya left behind (smoke from fingertips, joke money grabber, insta-snow, bits of film, Pocky candy, silicon paint kit, a printer...) most of it on purpose.

But sticking with this week's theme of "I'm Too Lazy to Get Off My Butt" I don't want to wander the house looking for the various Ayaesque things. I'll just sit here and think of words I like the sound of. Not the meaning in particular--just words that are fun to say aloud.

1. Liquid
2. Apocryphal
3. Languid (must like those L words)
4. Snubnose
5. Template
6. Juicy
7. Whisper
8. Onomatopoeia (sort of standard likeable word)
9 Tenderloin
10 Swedenborgian
11 Osteoporosis
12 Silly
13 Momentum

Is ding-dong really a word? I like that one too. So? Which words appeal to you? ("appeal" is a good one. And which has a nice wind to it.)

Hey! Does anyone have a job or internship for a film type? Aya's done with school and looking. She showed us her senior projects--bunch of cute little movies. Also she's a good artist, like her mom, so she does killer story boards.

Here's yet another thing. Enter the contest. Win the big bucks gift certificates!

Comments

  1. Geez, you and Doug. Slackers! ;-)

    I'm rather fond of "apocryphal," if we're voting. Though "languid" fits today pretty well.

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  3. I like the word "dope." My Gramma used to use it, referring to people, not the drug. I like the word "lobotomy" but not anything else about it. I like the words "walking stick" when referring to the insect.

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  4. Whoa! Thanks for the plug! By the way, I think think I did leave something else by mistake.
    I kind of want to tell my film group members that you referred to "Snakepit" as a cute lil movie. They would probably laugh.

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  5. just spent several minutes checking out JOR's art - wow - WOW...

    think I especially like her pastels.

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  6. Here's another fun one to say: echolalia.

    Darla, better late than never!

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  7. I've always liked the word "spawn." (As Kate already knows because it's how I refer to my kids.) And "degenerate" is a great one, too.

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  8. I put up my review on Taming Him. Well I am moving this weekend and so busy so I put up something small. But I"m gonna elaborate on it later.

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