Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Three Words ...

Three words that best describe you?

Three words that best describe who you are NOT?

Three words that make you smile?

Three words that make you cringe?

Three words that you can't ever seem to spell correctly?

Three words you overuse?

Three words you wish you could use more often in every day conversation?

20 Comments:

At 12:21 PM , Blogger Tamara said...

Three words that best describe you:
selfish, anxious, lazy

Three words that best describe who you are NOT:
loving, relaxed, certain

Three words that make you smile: mango, sticky, rice

Three words that make you cringe:
out, of, mango

Three words that you can't ever seem to spell correctly:
necessary, occasion, wreak

Three words you overuse:
totally, like, fuck

Three words you wish you could use more often in every day conversation:
love, glad, yes

(I hate this place! I hate these people! I hate relationships! I want to go back on vacation! WAHHHH!!!!)

 
At 2:30 PM , Anonymous boo augustus said...

Three words that best describe you?

compulsive, addlepated, gentlemanly

Three words that best describe who you are NOT?

woebegone, supercilious, constipated

Three words that make you smile?

ooslik, flitterbick, delicatessen

Three words that make you cringe?

tax, scalia, coulter

Three words that you can't ever seem to spell correctly?

porposal, ocasion, congradulations

Three words you overuse?

um, great, later

Three words you wish you could use more often in every day conversation?

supercilious, ineptitude, insouciance

 
At 3:52 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

1. weird, funny, happy

2. serious, organised, late

3. I love you

4. It's tax season
be vewy, vewy quiet.. I'm hunting taxes..

5. I can almost always spell stuff correctly, I just can't type.

6. Yes (then my brain says "oh crap.. what did I agree to do now?"), whatever (If I say this will you shut up?), uh-huh (means that I'm probably not listening)

7. nictitation, pusillanimous, sesquipedalian

What does it say about my sense of optimism that I'm still hoping that one day my verification word will make sense in a language other than Klingon?

 
At 7:48 PM , Blogger Mad Scientist said...

Me:
Fun, organized, analytical

Not Me:
Succinct, motivated, thin

Smile:
Tickle Weasel now!

Cringe:
Tickle Mad now!

Can't spell:
Most words. I wish the blogs would get a spell check

overuse:
Tickle Weasel now! (well if you ask him, can't use them enough for me)

More often:
rich, vacation, dreams

 
At 9:00 PM , Blogger Graz said...

Describe me: Goofy, silly, light-hearted

Don't descibe me: Morose, serious, forward-thinking.

Smile: Boing, beer and rudabaga

Cringe: Uh-oh, Whoops and Duck!

Can't spell: rudabaga, percieve and Ulysses.

Overuse: Damnit, basically and spit.

Wish I could use more everyday: Honey, I'm home.

 
At 10:03 PM , Blogger punky said...

Me:
warm, pensive, wise

Not Me:
careless, extroverted, mean

Smile:
Sour Patch Kids

Cringe:
Mustard Vegetables Shopping

Can't spell:
labyrinth, bourgeoisie, kaleidoscope

overuse:
fuck, fine, google

More often:
do that again!

 
At 10:56 PM , Anonymous Sallyacious said...

loud, red-haired, smart

thin, short, manipulative

I love you (this of course depends on the speaker)

no, momentarily, moral (all for different reasons)

mabye, Protland, teh

hello, and, I

anthropophagy, assron, tiddlyacious (Yeah, I made the last two up. An assron is the combination between an a**hole and a moron, you know, both stupid and a jerkface. And tiddlyacious is the quality of being slightly drunk and in love with everything.)

 
At 8:36 AM , Blogger Higgy said...

Ooooh, good ones....

Three words to describe me - witty, gregarious, easygoing.

Three words I'm NOT - religious, paranoid, slim.

I smile at - wobbly, donut, spelunking.

I cringe when I hear - never, diet, unchangeable (or any other absolute word)

I have issues spelling - permanent (keep wanting it to be permenant), the (I type too fast, it comes up teh), apparantly (I always want to stick an e in between l and y)

I overuse - yes, sure, absolutely.

I wish I could use more often - vacation (as in, I'm on vacation), winnings (as in, I'm on vacation permanently with my lottery winnings) and sex (easy one there!)

 
At 9:33 AM , Blogger MrFisher said...

affable, thoughtful, and anomalous,

callous, controlling, or menial

Toot, vibration, dad (those three are in no way related btw)

Stuck, stopped, Sabriety ;)

Definitely, psychiatrist, tomorrow (again, no relation here)

Lovely, shit, right

moor, mare, more

 
At 12:23 PM , Anonymous Bismuth said...

Describe me: subtle, distractable, unexplained

Don't descibe me: loud, depressed, aquamarine

Smile: kitties, splunge, goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooal!

Cringe: bonesaw, philosophical, Bucknell

Can't spell: none, actually; I am an expert speler.

Overuse: yeah, boobies, Constantinople

Wish I could use more everyday: paycheck, balmy, bacon

 
At 12:32 PM , Anonymous kingw said...

smartass sarcastic honest

mean, slender, linear

I love you

no more beer

hwere teh opportunity

fuck right ok

willy nilly, again? , where ?

 
At 4:06 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Me: omniscient, spectacular, humble

NotMe: aluminum, orbital, Steve

Smile: niptacular, beer, daddy

Cringe: nookyuler, irregardless, majorly

Spell: onomatopeaiouc, cellulofungaliscious, pornacopia

Overuse: zambonic, arachniphallic, boogertopia

Use More: that feels good

-cbol

 
At 11:50 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

I have issues spelling - permanent (keep wanting it to be permenant), the (I type too fast, it comes up teh), apparantly (I always want to stick an e in between l and y)

Higgy.. that's because it's apparently.
8
cbol... is arachnaphallic having a pen!s shaped like a spider.. or 8 pen!!?

 
At 11:07 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

kaf - it's having 8 spider shaped peni.

-cbol

 
At 11:09 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

just kidding. i like to use it to call someone "eight kinds of dick"

As in, "There's Tom. He's arachniphallic."

-cbol

 
At 11:13 AM , Blogger punky said...

Or perhaps those who screw you eight kinds of ways. Like a boss, for example ... or an ex husband

 
At 2:00 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh man, my ex-husband boss was a dodecaphallic mofo.

-cbol

 
At 2:44 PM , Blogger punky said...

I think we worked for (and married) the same guy. So weird.

 
At 2:45 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

now there's a word that should be in the dictionary.. if it's not already.

Thanks for the definition!

 
At 2:30 PM , Blogger Kafaleni said...

okay.. I always have to think before spelling either desert or dessert.

 

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