Friday, February 22, 2013

Want to waste time & Have fun?


Of course you do, it's Friday.
This gave me such a giggle, my 4 words were, elegant, genuine, mental and independent, ahem.
My  other half's were peace, love, serve - do you think he's Catholic? He could only find three - I should have had him checked out before marriage.
Your turn.

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  1. Happy. Elegant. Wity. Peaceful. Must be the Prozac. (Kidding!) Thanks for the Friday fun!!! xxx

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  2. But what does it mean when you misspell/imagine words that are not actually there?
    I hope Friday is FUN, I have just left a comment on your Cheetah post, it was so short and yet (with all of the comments) one of the most thought provoking things I have read in ages.

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    1. It means - beware men in white coats today.

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  3. passionate, insecure,thoughtful.Thats thought inducing ,I know what I'm doing this weekend! Hope you are feeling brighter.Liz 2b

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  4. sorry forgot wrestless .perhaps I can't multitask as I thought I could.Liz 2b

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  5. Patient grace eloquent? This for me work as the three I am not! But a lot of fun, gonna make hub do it now!

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  6. Happy,impatient,elegant and peaceful. hhmm hardly recognise myself!
    Want to waste time and have fun? That is practically my mission statement.
    Have a happy weekend with your altar boy other half!

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    1. That's an excellent mission statement Claire.

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  7. Happy, patient, genuine, elegant! I love this!

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    1. So glad it's not just me who was squeaking with delight over it! I'm going to make mum do it today.

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    2. You know that some will want to know what mumsie got out of this delight!

      Some= The World

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  8. oh good. Mine started with mental.

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  9. My first word was ugjrchari (which must mean idiot) closely followed by thoughtful,restless and sweet. Your hubs is a shoe-in to be the new Pope with his holy trinity of words!

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  10. harumph....
    Mental, of course, but aparently also genuine, outgoing and outspoken.
    Seems we have plenty in common, however stylish, i'm obviously not.

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  11. Peaceful, genuine, elegant & happy...loved it! Happy weekend doll xx

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  12. Secure. Sweet. Naive. Dramatic. How can anyone be 56 years old an naive? I hate drama queens, am loathe to think I might be one. I should have looked harder for 'mental'.

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  13. Charming, sentimental, elegant and (oh oh) lazy.

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  14. Lazy, Happy, Impatient, Elegant - guess I can live with that! I love this, such fun. Who can I wind up by testing them - he he he

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  15. The grinning word zombie held me in his gaze...I couldn't escape those piercing eyes.

    His name seems to be ROB.
    He has it tattooed between those hollow lifeless orbs.

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  16. love, thoughtful, stubborn, dramatic

    love this, I am going to print it out and make everyone do it!

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  17. compassionate, loyal caring and outspoken!

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  18. Mine were: sentimental, lovely, dependent, and naive.

    Fun!

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  19. Charismatic, dependent, loyal, honest.

    I like yours better.

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  20. Glad dim not the only lazy out there...lazy,dramatic,passionate,sweet.

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  21. I only glanced and saw "passion". Didn't bother looking any further :)

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  22. Witty, genuine, elegant & peaceful! Me to a t! Lol xx

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  23. Patient, happy, genuine, drama. I'm sure my husband would agree with that last one!!
    Have a great weekend!

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  24. SEARCH PARTY Impatient, genuine, elegant, wanted witty but serve hit first. Those are pretty good descriptors for Preacher Husband ;-) Thanks for sharing the fun T.

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  25. I checked the source and it was a Swedish blog. Talar du svenska också?

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  26. secure
    thoughtful
    stubborn
    going

    Hilarious Tabitha!

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  27. loyal
    elegant
    passionate

    wow...i am loyal.

    xo

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  28. talented charismatic thoughtful outspoken
    That's amazing, the words jump right out! Good fun Tabs!

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  29. happy dependent thoughtful passionate

    I'm surprised mental and stubborn didn't jump out at me!

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    1. LR I should have had stubborn and mental as well, I don't think I'm any of my words, maybe they're aspirational?

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  30. Naive, passionate, elegant and ... wrestles??! Can I have a do-over? :0)

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  31. funny
    loyal
    calm
    sensitive

    Have a great weekend and I'll do this during our Sunday night supper. love it

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  32. Happy, passionate (!!!), thoughtful, loyal. Passionate. Snort. ;) The other three are pretty much spot on.

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  33. Thoughtful, sweet, lovely, lethargic? oh no, its the dam Canadian winters, thankful spring is around the corner lol.

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  34. Thoughtful, Outgoing, Eloquent, Restless.

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    1. That restless is a curse I have it too.

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  35. Happy - Elegant - Peaceful - Reserved

    What fun! Hope you have a great weekend.

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  36. outgoing, witty, patient, loyal. I somehow think my kids are not going to agree with at least two of these. This is so funny! I love your words and your husbands...gotta love that he can admit that he only found three...was he not as amused as us? Like Audrey said...going to print and "make" everyone do it...there something about that choice of word that makes me laugh.

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  37. That was fun. My words were genuine, eloquent, peaceful, and thoughtful. Dramatic leapt out a nanosecond after thoughtful, and I was sorely tempted to substitute that for peaceful since the other words are all so beige.

    I've shared this with several friends, including someone at NASA; can't wait to see what his words are.

    Thanks and have a lovely weekend.

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  38. Lovely, loyal, thoughtful, outspoken

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  40. Witty,passionate, overdramatic and peaceful. Who knew? I was going with it until peaceful threw me for a loop. Maybe it means when I am asleep (except I snore like a pig)!

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  41. Elegant, Reserved, Peaceful, and Witty

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    1. Silver Bunny - did you implode? Easter is just around the corner.

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  43. Lazy, thoughtful, outspoken, sweet. What does that mean?

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  44. Happy, elegant, patient, loyal; more or less on the mark. Though I was always sure I was a Gryffie and not a Hufflepuff.

    This thing is fantastic. Think it's particularly revealing when someone reads a word that isn't even really there--e.g. I could be wrong, Tabs, but I'd swear it says "IKDEPENDENT"... your dear brain was just so far from seeing "DEPENDENT" that it just switched a letter instead! Haha marvelous. I'm sending this to everyone I know.

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    1. oh you're clever, I'm going to ask you to fill out all my forms now!

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  45. Earlier I found.....

    Charming, Elegant, Sweet and Thoughtful.

    That was a bit yucky for me, so now I've had a few cocktails and am trying again.

    Lovely, Loyal, Charming, Bog.

    Thats better! X

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  47. Happy. patient. elegant, serve. Some I am and some I work at being. I will not admit which is which. ;)

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  48. lazy, happy, impatient, & elegant. that about sums it up!

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  49. Hello Tabitha

    This is fun.


    elegant. passionate. star. serve

    Have a great weekend

    Helen xx

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  50. Glad the 'black dog' has left you Tabitha; I was about to parachute in and administer a Bugs Bunny glove slap to rouse you out of that funk. I also need one from time to time. February will be over soon.

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    1. GSL -I really wasn't down at all, that's just the other side of my personality away from 'the blogger'.
      I actually like February, I find January the most loathsome month.

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  51. Elegant
    Overdramatic
    Outgoing
    Reserved

    Hrm...seems to be a bit of a disconnect there. Guess it depends on what time of day you catch me!

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  52. Patient, elegant, peaceful , and witty. I am off to inform my family. Clearly they never knew.

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  54. Hi,
    I usually skip everything like these, but this was so simple that I could not resist.
    Lazy, happy, peaceful, elegant.
    I started from the top, so naturally these words just came in front of me.
    Happy W/e !

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  55. I got lazy (so true, sloth is my middle name), happy, patient and genuine. Sort of true I think. This is brilliant, I'm going to send it to all my friends.

    Have a great weekend!

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  56. Lazy, Happy, Genuine, Lovely. Fun game. I'm not surprised Lazy jumped out first.

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  57. Naive (that's scary), Outspoken, Sweet, Peaceful. Nope, not me at all. ;-)

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  58. Romantic..outspoken.. This is so fun! Whenever I travel I always bring a word find book.

    Sorry if I've missed your posts. I've had a bit of an issue with google and blogger.com so I've been taking a breather.

    leslie

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  59. Well, I think I started wrong because I went looking for words and came up with Lee, Tot, and Car.

    Thrn I stepped back and looked at the whole, and the following words emerged:

    Serve
    Dramatic
    Sentimental
    Passionate

    Oddly enough, I think those fit. Although I hate to admit I'm a bit of drama queen at times or at least used to be. Hopefully I've outgrown there, but drama does tend to follow me about. ;-)

    Elizabeth

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  60. Sorry, I was hurrying and didn't check my spelling. Is the word impulsive in there?

    E.

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  62. Lazy, happy, impatient, genuine.

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  64. Word searches always stress me out....are there diagonals or just horizontal words? Can we have a word bank? Just kidding (I've been around the kiddies too long :). I love that 'prey' is next to 'peaceful'. Thanks for showing us this one, T, and thanks to whoever made it. Great idea!
    Cheers,
    xoxox Jane

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  65. elegant
    impatient
    stubborn
    dramatic


    OUCH.

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  66. Naive Peaceful Thoughtful Mental - intriguing!

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  67. I always failed the Rorschach test too!!
    I will not admit to what I saw but it was quite illuminating!!
    You are so chic to have found your words. I was not that fortunate.

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  68. Patient. Loyal. Passionate.
    That's pretty much me in a nutshell (I was pleasantly surprised I didn't see bat shit crazy)

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  69. Lazy Sundays are perfect puzzles....elegant,lazy,lovely and outspoken.Only 2 of those words are true to me!! Ida

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  70. Lazy, happy, patient and elegant. I bet some of you are leaving off lazy. It's right at the top! lol I'm greedy. I want them all to be great.

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  71. Naive; talented; lethargic, and outspoken. The third and fourth are certainly true...

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  72. I love this! Mine were sentimental, passionate, wrestless and sweet. :) Thank you for sharing, what a fun little game!

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  73. This was fun: peaceful, patient, witty and fbay.

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  74. A bit late but shall join in none the less. My four words are lazy, elegant, outgoing and naive. The first is probably the only appropriate one.

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  75. happy, wit, outspoken, outgoing. I can live with that.

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