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Word It for August

(in every sense of the word, of course)

Sizzling eggs
Burning pegs
Blistering soles
Searing floors
Scorching death
Stifling breath
Muggy room
Fiery doom
Intense horizon
Baking zonation
Fervent panting
Ardent hesitating
Smoldering perception
Warm inception
Hot speakupers
Very very hot speakupers

Hot is the Word It for August.

With that said, please read the specifications for submittal, and go create based on hot.
Word-its will be updated on a weekly basis.

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PUBLISHED ON Jul.28.2005 BY bryony
Mr.Frankie L’s comment is:

If the word is Hot, does that

mean we are going to see a lot of hot models

being posted?

hehe, jk.

On Jul.29.2005 at 10:02 AM
Sister J.T.’s comment is:

Who says you have to be a model to be hot?

Nun's have all the fun.

On Jul.29.2005 at 11:34 AM
Tselentis’s comment is:

That would be Nuns without an apostrophe you blessed idiot.

On Aug.03.2005 at 04:10 PM
BlueStreak’s comment is:

Brother, er, uuumm, Sister JT,

A few things I learned from a friend, who is in no way priestly, but has a liturgical fetish. (Well he is sort of priestly, but the church is trying to prevent that behavior.)

• If you have your driver's license photo made while wearing a clerical collar, you can prevent getting speeding and other tickets. A little lying my be required too.

• Wearing the collar while shopping in antique stores will help get great deals.

• Wearing the collar while traveling by air can make you the first to get an upgrade.

I'm sure it'll work with the drag version too. And your other Word It, that hairy mouth, scares the hell out of me every time it comes up on the rotation.

On Aug.04.2005 at 11:47 AM
Shahla’s comment is:

Very nice Word It Pesky!

On Aug.14.2005 at 11:13 PM
Shahla’s comment is:

… Mark, I mean. Pesky is a SpeakUp screenname right?


adj. Informal pes�ki�er, pes�ki�est

Troublesome; annoying: a pesky mosquito.

[Probably alteration of pest.]

peski�ly adv.

peski�ness n.

Nicely drawn, Mark.

On Aug.15.2005 at 12:27 AM