Sometimes on the way to your dream,

you get lost and find a better one.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Whimsical Wednesday # 75

Welcome back to Whimsical Wednesday!

The day for your googled giggle that gets you over the hump that is Wednesday and sliding down into the weekend.

I love my Thesaurus.
I had no idea they'd been around this long....

12 comments:

  1. Merlesworld; they do come in handy.

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  2. I love this idea ... you should make it a meme so others could be whimsical with you. I am definately enjoying your "Thesaurus".

    Andrea @ Fronm The Sol

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  3. haha I didn't even realise they could read back then!!! Perhaps I should begin to use our thesaurus...I know there is one somewhere in the bookcase.
    Thanks for the laugh and love the 'newsy' dinosaur.

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  4. And now I am wondering what the eight character word could be... I love my dictionaries and thesaurus. Thanks River - this is a beauty.

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  5. Mimsie; I can't imagine not being able to read. If you do crosswords, you'll value your thesaurus.

    Elephant's Child; my thesaurus has phyllite, xenolith, felstone, obsidian, porphyry, mudstone, hornfels, pumicate, rhyolite and others. Probably many of the crystals and other quartzes have eight letters, like sapphire.

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  6. :) good one...big grin on my face...do you know that thesaurus is one word I have the most difficulty saying out loud, it sounds perfect in my brain, but outloud...nope!

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  7. Kymbo; glad you thought so, that's my aim.

    The Wicked Writer; I find it easy enough to say, but I have a friend who keeps saying theo-suarus.

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  8. Hahahaha... I love it. My perk for the day.

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  9. Cute cartoon! I have dictionaries and thesauruses within easy reach of my computer. Somehow, words that are trying to pop into my head need a little more help getting there these days than what they used to.

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  10. Manzanita; so we're both perky today.

    Susan; I have two dictionaries and two thesauruses within arm's reach. I used to keep one of each at work when I worked in the factory, to help with my lunchtime crossword.

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