seven words

Seven words: day 3, from Mr. Lipton

(What is the game of 'seven words'? See this entry for explanations, or to contribute potential words.)

Those of you who have watched Inside the Actor's Studio are familiar with the ten questions that James Lipton asks his guests at the end of each show. Here, I have the luxury of thinking about my answers longer than I would than if I were actually being interviewed, but I suspect the answers aren't much better.

For those of you looking for how this ties in with today's word, might I suggest you look at number seven...

  1. What is your favorite word?
    Either discombobulating or rutabaga. 'Discombobulating' because it's funny, 'rutabaga' because it's such a funny memory for me.
  2. What is your least favorite word?
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Seven Words: the game

I'm in the middle of working up words and photos from last week's vacation. In the meantime, I'm in the mood for a bit of a word game, if anyone's interested in tossing in a bit of help.

The game du jour: Seven Words. The original idea is to select seven words, though I don't guarantee I'll go to (or stop at) seven. Each individual word will be used as the basis for a piece of writing, with an explanation at the end of how the story was derived from the word.

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