We're going to create a really long sentence, one word at a time.ExamplePost 1:IPost 2: sawPost 3: sixPost 4: redpost 5: turtlesand so on.You can't use any full stops, and you can't use more than one word, even if all you get to say is "and," or "it," for example.I'll start us off:Yesterday
Urmila, try following each word so that the sentence makes sense. I know where you're coming from - a glass jar, but in this order "jar glass," it doesn't make much sense. I'm sorry - I don't mean to sound rude. Just a nudge in the right direction.
Continuing from "jar"full
by Mrvoodoo8 years ago
Just another pointless game.Your word must start with the last letter of the previous word, and be one letter longer. Longest word wins.My word = Up
by thaivalentine6 years ago
without the obvious food, shower, brushing your teeth, etc.Mine is giving my dog a hug:)
by dingdong5 years ago
Dingdong is my handle.(next entry should begin with the word - handle)
by WeddingConsultant8 years ago
In terms of word count?Mine is 2474. That particular hub needs to be broken up into at least two hubs, though.
by Myn Is Me6 years ago
Which is the biggest insect of all?
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
Yesterday when I was working on a Hub, each time I tried to cut and paste some text from Word, it appeared not to show up in the block, at all. I could not see it at all until I had saved the page. When it...
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