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This is my own idea so let's have fun...."Let the Games Begin!"

Rules: I will start with a word & I will give the first comment
so you can see how it is done. I give the definition to the
word give and give a new word for the next person. One
turn at a time, please. & wait until someone else gives a
new word.

Any word can be used, just play nice & remember we have
teenagers that play. Please..no politics here! I blog on the
political questions & blogs but come to the games for fun.

If you care to chit-chat with players & post pictures, feel
free to do so. I am a very outgoing person & like to
interact with other players ....I know some of you do too.

I will not block anyone unless it is absolutely necessary!
If I have a problem with anything, I'll send you a private
email on SH.

We will start with easy words, then as the game goes along,
we will have harder words....I am sure. So if you need a
dictionary...that is alright.

First Word: Happy

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  • Jenni 2010/08/05 05:54:35
    Jenni
    +12
    Ambivalent: simultaneous and contradictory attitudes or feelings (as attraction and repulsion) toward an object, person, or action.

    New Word: Prosy.

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  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 09:01:49
    Joe61
    +1
    Hi yes sure Marianne...and thanks for the compliment...an a Good day to you too, when it cracks your skies.
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/08 09:52:46
    Marianne
    +1
    Hi Joe61,

    Glad to hear from you. I am not quite sure if you refer to the song, resp. album Crack the Skye or to one of the many, many meanings of the verb to "crack", including slang - right now, I see a firework of great fun or perhaps a thunderstorm with flashes of lightning - which are "cracking my skies", resp. making them explode. Thank you for your information.

    Well, how about a little firework of laughs to begin with?

    The Gods Must Be Crazy 1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... (landrover)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... (shoes, classroom)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... (declaration: it's really an interesting psychological phenomenon)

    Notre Dame des courants d'air (Our Lady of the Drafts)
    http://www.dailymotion.com/vi...

    Charlie Chaplin as an escaping prisoner
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Circus - the mirrors (the scene with the mule is missing ...)
    http://www.funnyordie.com/vid...

    Laurel and Hardy, pants
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Enjoy and have a great day!
    Hi Joe61,

    Glad to hear from you. I am not quite sure if you refer to the song, resp. album Crack the Skye or to one of the many, many meanings of the verb to "crack", including slang - right now, I see a firework of great fun or perhaps a thunderstorm with flashes of lightning - which are "cracking my skies", resp. making them explode. Thank you for your information.

    Well, how about a little firework of laughs to begin with?

    The Gods Must Be Crazy 1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... (landrover)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... (shoes, classroom)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?... (declaration: it's really an interesting psychological phenomenon)

    Notre Dame des courants d'air (Our Lady of the Drafts)
    http://www.dailymotion.com/vi...

    Charlie Chaplin as an escaping prisoner
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Circus - the mirrors (the scene with the mule is missing ...)
    http://www.funnyordie.com/vid...

    Laurel and Hardy, pants
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Enjoy and have a great day!
    (more)
  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 10:00:51
    Joe61
    +1
    No drug reference intended....Crack the skies means Day Break....We are at least 6 hours ahead of your time zone, depending on which part of America you live in.....Like it is 10:56 am here...so in America it will only be about 6:56 am.....In Texas it will only be about 4:56am and the further South you travel the earlier it will be!
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/08 11:24:36
    Marianne
    +1
    Oh thank you, good to know; that sounds somehow like classic slang, but without the rhyming ... Where is this expression from? I'll need some good links with reliable information, because there are many different slang types. But you are Scottish (congrats for Andy Murray - he finally did it), and you have your own expressions, and I think that you are also interested in the ancient cultures and languages of Scotland.

    Actually, it is past noon here - lol. I am not on trip and live in Western Europe ... The USA have usually more sun than us here.

    Say hello to Nessie and your wonderful landscapes:
    Skye Island
  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 21:56:26
    Joe61
    Here is a link to a dictionary with the phrase I used.
    Crack of Dawn of the mountain In Aviemore
    http://idioms.thefreedictiona...
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/08 09:55:18
    Marianne
    +1
    By the way, our weather is very cloudy, but no thunderstorms are expected today - lol!
  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 10:03:42
    Joe61
    +1
    Sunny here....there is not a cloud in the sky.
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/08 10:19:14
    Marianne
    +1
    Well, you are lucky - last week, only Monday was really bright ..., then it was something between clouded and brightenings, some rain, clouds and brightenings.
  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 10:33:42
    Joe61
    +1
    Sorry for assuming you are living in America, when your actually in Switzerland. A lovely country, that I spent a month in, back in the late 1970s.....
  • Marianne Joe61 2013/07/08 11:32:39
    Marianne
    +1
    Wow, that's long ago. Which part did you visit?

    The last time I was in London, only for 2 - 3 days, just before continuing to Paris for a meeting with friends, was in 2006.
  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 21:44:18
    Joe61
    +1
    I ended up in the Italian section at a town called Lugano.....It was very beautiful as there was a very large lake and had mountains in the foreground....I entered Switzerland through the Gotthard Pass and spent a couple of days in Basel....I remember it was late September 1976 and I had been picking grapes in a tiny little French village named Arbis which was about 14 miles north west of Bordeaux....I was hitch hiking.
  • Marianne Joe61 2014/03/17 11:55:56
    Marianne
    +1
    Hello Joe,

    I just came across your answer - there have been some technical problems, as I had repeatedly crashes, or answers showed in the "events", but not in the polls ... In any case, I missed your answer with several other ones.

    Sure, Lugano is facing Italy on the other side of the lake, the Lago di Lugano. Maybe that you visited the San Salvatore and Melide. The bigger, long stretched lake more West is the Lago Magggiore. You must have come from Italy, perhaps Milano, and continued North, over the border at Chiasso, and then gone up the Valley of the river Ticino, till reaching the Gotthard, resp. San Gottardo on the Italian speaking side.

    A picture to remind you of, hopefully, wonderful holidays
    San Salvatore

    and of the fortified castle of the "Vicomté de Benauge" near Arbis, Gironde
    Vicomt  de Benauge  Gironde
  • Joe61 Marianne 2013/07/08 21:46:07
    Joe61
    +1
    I was down in Essex for 7 months in 2011 and went to London a couple of times as it was only a kick in the backside away from where I was living..
  • Marianne Joe61 2014/03/17 12:18:03
    Marianne
    Wow, that must have been quite useful.

    I only remember having been visiting a little bit the region near and around Windsor, once Cambridge and also Hastings (all organised tours for students - lol), and London, of course, but that was very long ago (it was not Essex), and I can't remember much.
  • Marianne 2013/06/28 10:11:32
    Marianne
    +3
    Cacodemonomania
    an abnormal mental condition in which the patient claims to be possessed by an evil spirit; from the Greek: κακος = kakos = evil + δαιμων = daimon = demon / spirit + μανια = mania = madness

    New Word: Doohickey
  • Joe61 2013/06/27 17:48:42 (edited)
    Joe61
    +3
    Calumny, making false and slanderous statements about another individual, with the intention of destroying their reputation.

    New Word: Cacodemonomania.
  • Andrew 2013/06/27 00:20:20
    Andrew
    +4
    Sesquidepalian: characterized by long words; long-winded.

    New Word: Calumny
  • Joe61 2013/06/26 22:03:56 (edited)
    Joe61
    +4
    Defenestrate....To throw out of a window!

    New Word: Sesquipedalian
  • kudabux Joe61 2013/06/26 23:06:10
    kudabux
    +4
    I have fantasized of defenestrating many obnoxious people. LOL throw people out of window
  • kudabux 2013/06/26 20:57:30 (edited)
    kudabux
    +4
    Loggia: An open-sided, roofed or vaulted gallery, either free-standing or along the front or side of a building, often at an upper level. 2. An open balcony in a theater.


    New word: DEFENESTRATE

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