Thursday, 7 April 2011

F is for ... ???

Thanks to all who dropped by yesterday. I didn't comment on many blogs yesterday. Sorry, I just didn't have the time. Anyhoo, the answer to yesterday's post was, EMBARRASSMENT. Yes, it was an easy one! Today's is going to be quite easy too.

If you are new to this blog please read the note in the header above this post so you know what to do! Thanks!

New follower. No comment. No link to blog through profile. No email attached to profile to let them know. Argh! New commenter. Didn't leave blog link. Haven't enabled access to their profile. Argh! New follower. Left comment. Ahh ... . Locate blog. Wordpress. Discus. Argh! Spend time entering details. Comment doesn't get accepted. Argh! Try again. Lose Internet connection. Argh! Third time lucky. Leave comment. Again. Another new follower. Blogger. Ahh ... . Leave long comment because blog post really touching. Press post. Word verification. Argh! Type in word verification. Error message. Long comment eaten by blogger. ARGHHHHH!!!!!

So, can you guess the emotion / feeling / state of mind (a noun) depicted in this piece that begins with the letter ‘F’? Please nip over to Nicole's blog to read her interpretation of our F-prompt word. Here’s the link!



 

54 comments:

  1. LOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!! Hilarious and a perfect description of today's F-word! *wink* (My son's next to me, reading over my shoulder. Thought this was funny, too!)

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  2. +JMJ+

    I'm guessing frustration.

    (Or perhaps a more colourful F-word that slips out whenever one encounters such problems? LOL!)

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  3. Oh, definitely frustration

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  4. Just dripping with frustration! Those comment boxes that pop back up with a word verification after I think it's already been posted, those are the ones that get me.

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  5. Didn't even have to finish: FRUSTRATED! (oh, and maybe frig.)

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  6. Frustration is what I always feel in these cases and it's so frustrating.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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  7. I'm with the others: Frustration. I would add fury, and fits! Maybe I'd throw in an f-word or two, but I wouldn't because I don't like to swear...much.

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  8. This is obviously Feeling Fabulous, because who doesn't love dicking around with blog comments until they still don't work?

    I don't mind disqus as much as I hate WV when it reloads the page.

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  9. Flabbergasted and forlorn might also work. Or flummoxed.

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  10. I have the same problem, the word must be FRUSTRATION!!!!!!!

    Yvonne.

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  11. Frustration, fuming, furious, frantic, feverish, ferocious, and furor. All my feelings for all this stuff. ;) Great idea you two had. *wishing she;d been in on this*

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  12. Typo alert above^ I meant she'd and now I say SHEESH!

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  13. Matt's got it - definitely Feeling Fabulous.

    Well, that's how I felt reading it 'cause I thought I was the only one who hated having to dig up passwords for WordPress and Disqus, and now I know I'm not alone. :-)

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  14. I'm thinking this is F word is frustration. Awesome post because boy have I been there.

    Sorry about the link, there was a mix up, but it's working now. Thank you for the support, it means a lot to me. :)

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  15. Frustration, and I'm feeling the same about the same issue. Also, the ones that don't open a different window so when you close it, you get out of the internet.
    Karen

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  16. I've felt this many a times myself. Good point - and gets the point across in an excellent manner.

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  17. Frustration!

    And, familiarity--I come across this way too much. ;)

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  18. Yup I'm with others- Frustration!

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  19. F this, I'm not guessing. Your paragraph brought back too many horrible memories... :)

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  20. LOL - great f word, and great a to Z game ! I'm a new follower now, can't wait to play along. Gonna post a link to this on my blog as well ;-)

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  21. A very nice depiction of frustration. :)

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  22. Frustration. I hate feeling that way!

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  23. Frustration - and I know the feeling!

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  24. yep, completely frustrating, lol.

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  25. FRUSTRATION!!

    I swear that more than half of the new followers I've gotten in the last month DO NOT have their google profiles set up so I can find them!! Yep. Makes me crazy.

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  26. Uh oh. Is is an F-bomb? ; )

    http://weavingataleortwo.blogspot.com/

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  27. Great (and accurate!) depiction of FRUSTRATION. And neat game! And yes, we've all been there, haven't we? Odd how so many people seem to want to use blogging to develop their network, but don't know how to use it effectively.

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  28. It Frustration! I guessed wrong on Nicole's blog.

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  29. Definitely frustration. Hmmm. I'm on WordPress, and I might not have included the link to my blog in my last comment. *blush* Sorry.

    Erin's blog

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  30. Hehe. i'm going with frustration. Intense frustration ;0)

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  31. Really, the FRUSTRATION does not shout at me at all :)

    ......dhole

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  32. I know that feeling - F for frustration!

    Ellie Garratt

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  33. I'm a little late to the party today, but it's definitely frustration, and I've personally experienced each one of those scenarios you mentioned.

    Dan

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  34. If my comment fails to post because the person has banned people from commenting from behind a firewall (which I am doing during the day), I just give up & forget the blog :P

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  35. Frustrated, must be :-)
    http://eliza-twaddle.blogspot.com

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  36. comment FAIL! Although, I'm sure the word is Frustration.

    somehow that seems too polite for the feeling this scenario conjurs... Me = effer!!! :D xoxo

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  37. clearly it's frustration, although I guessed another word for Nicole's description. I guess I'm kind of fragmented myself. This is such a clever approach. Lots of fun.

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  38. Definitely frustration. This is how I feel when trying to comment on blogs just about every day!!

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  39. hehe frustration. Blogs that are full of widgets and large photos argghhh take ages to load. :)

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  40. Hahaha! This sounds oh so familiar.

    Frustration?

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  41. I visited Nicole's blog last night. You're both going for frustrated.

    When I first blogged, I didn't realize my profile didn't link to my blog, although I at least commented on other blogs. When I finally realized my error, my follower count shot up.

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  42. I'll go with frustration as well.

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