Anyway, have fun with this! Try to do as many as you can! More to come soon...
anticipation just makes me think about sweet transexual transalvanians..... Good ole rocky horror
If the word,
makes you think of three words, let us know what they are.
could certainly be the word that helps you think! This ain't Greek, folks! ... or maybe it is?!?
by Mark Ewbie 5 years ago
Hi Guys.Normally I am fairly sure of where I am at in terms of delivering my brand of content.This is the second or third time in a couple of weeks I have failed to get pass the QAP test.Please tell me what is wrong with it?http://markewbie.hubpages.com/hub/Stick … ring-PagesThanks.
by Fluffymetal 3 years ago
Ok... lets play a game. Someone will write a word and the next person will post the first word that comes to their mind, then so on and so forth... for example I type the word ear and I think of the word sound -- the next person will post whatever comes to their mind when they think of sound,...
by Sam 3 years ago
When you hear the word "rich" do you instantly think of money?I'm a strong believer that being rich in life is not related to money in anyway, you can be rich in time (have a life that gives you great freedom), rich in relationships (have amazingly strong relationships with those around...
by Beth Perry 12 months ago
Why do cats stare at walls?We've had a few cats that do this, for hours sometimes- just sit there staring or following something along the wall(s) with their line of sight we can't see at all. Does anyone have an idea why a cat does this or what, possibly, their eyes detect that a pair of human...
by Wissam Qawasmeh 9 months ago
What comes in your mind when you hear the word Islam or Muslim?And Why?
by GW Nichols 8 years ago
Over the years I've noticed more and more people in published literature following to the conformed style of everyone else. Dry unimaginative, and some of it feels like reading instructions to working on your car. What happened to us, the Bards, and Tale-Weavers? We used to master the written word...
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