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Wednesday, 31 October 2007


I have decided the post-a-blog-a-day for NaBloPoMo may as well start now.

The posts will be probably be just like me: short.

Maybe even just an American Sentence

Here's my American Sentence for today (in kiwi-vernacular):

'Exsqueeze me? Whatever rocks yours. I must get back to the orifice.'


Cynthia E. Bagley said...

Hey there. I am also doing nanowrimo. :-) Good luck

wendy said...

Awesome link...contraints never used to interest me much..but, now i find them tantalizing...

mapiprincesa! said...

ok, back atcha in text vernacular:



A blog a day and a novel in a month? You ARE WonderWoman, aren't you?

From She Who Needs No Mask...but will still don her hat and carry her broom tonight...

pepektheassassin said...

Hehe. Wonderful! :D

chiefbiscuit said...

cyn - Great - will keep up with your upadates.

wendy - constraints are great for allowing freedom within the boundaries. ;)

mapi - Did you roam well and wicked last night?
I'm no wonder woman - I'm just a woman who wonders ... why ... did I ever think I could do it? ;)

pepek - Glad tou appreciated it. Just some comments I hear today cobbled together into an American 17-syllable sentence. Great fun.

Marie said...

I love the birds - are they a type of cormorant? We only see black, glossy ones here and they are universally loathed. Poor things.

Fantastic link as I love a linguistic puzzle.

kj said...

oooh, this should be fun, chief!

chiefbiscuit said...

marie - Yes they are also called cormorants and are looked at with benign interest over here I believe. There are more attractive species as well.

kj - Yep, looking forward to it all.


'how this all harbours light'