Word of The Day
It's about using words, of course, but, while an occasional favorite or boost happens, there's little engagement.
A two-part Challenge Proposal:
A) Post a toot using the word in any way, sentence, story, analysis, rhyme...
B) Doodlers and Artists, use the word as the subject of a #SketchChallenge
Get in on the fun of words and visual imagination.
Remember to use the #WordOfTheDay hashtag, of course.
Thanks to anyone who decides to follow this account.
I have a habit of responding to all who do so, but this is a second account, and I may mess up when trying to determine who is a new follower and who is "also" following after connecting by way of my mastodon.cloud account.
It is not my intent to litter myself all over the fediverse. I will see how things go. I've made connections with several others on mastodon.art and think I'll feel at home here while NOT restricting my toots to artistic attempts. It looks like the instance won't generally mind.
Words have art in them, too.
Good luck to all of us.
Strength to the fediverse through the efforts of individuals.
Clouds in the sky
Sun in my heart
No reason to cry
I know we'll never part.
A narrow, winding river gorge.
Late 17th century from Spanish.
Bob built a bridge over the barranca to avoid driving an extra ten miles to reach his ranch.
Who needs a #3DPrinting Harry Potter Deathly Hallows pendant?
(Probably nobody. It's been 12 years since the book and nine since part one of the movie. You people have moved on to new interests, after all.)
Still, I did have fun doing the design, so I'll leave it out here for you to see.
1 Without a bottom.
1.1 Very deep.
1.2 (of a supply of money or other resources) inexhaustible.
2 Naked below the waist.
We must not behave as if there were a bottomless supply of petroleum in the world.
"Happy Fathers Day"
Mothers have a day
Fathers also, 'ray!
Without a kid, none.
All year then, have fun.
Wicked Wonderful Wordies
Idioms or common phrases (Mostly American idioms in English) are represented by the position, shape or arrangement of words (or in the case of rebus style, words and images) in or around a square.
Can you figure out this week's wordie? It would be wicked wonderful if you can.
Please use CW/DM to submit your answers, thanks. Give everybody the chance to guess.
A member of the working class.
Late 19th century abbreviation of proletariat.
Proles make my cellphone, my car, my fast-food lunch. They build my house and repair the pipes. I wear fine clothes which they make and I tell others what to do. I am high class, their better.
A beautiful golden retriever was 10 yards ahead of its human companion. It looked to me as if the walk was coming close to its end.
Then I looked more closely and noticed one of those reel-style leash contraptions...
...in the dog's mouth.
A person or company which markets of goods or services by means of telephone calls, typically unsolicited, to potential customers.
In spite of low conversion rates, telemarketers continue to deluge potential customers with calls.
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