Wednesday, 27 April 2011

W is for ... ???

Thanks to all who dropped by yesterday! The answer to yesterday's post was, VANITY.

Another riddle today:

A licentious Chinese soup.

So, can you guess the noun depicted in this piece that begins with the letter ‘W’? Please nip over to Nicole's blog to read her interpretation of our W-prompt word. Here’s the link!



 

24 comments:

  1. Okay, I got this one, I'm sure of it! Wanton.

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  2. Easy! Wantonness. Loving your riddles!

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  3. ACK, Bish beat me to it. My vote goes to wanton

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  4. Oh, man. It's only 5:14 am. My brain doesn't wake up for another two hours. Plus I suck at riddles. :P

    Love Bish's answer. That is totally the one I would have picked if she hadn't said it first. Uh huh. :D

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  5. WONTON.... What else could it be?

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  6. Wanton! Now I want Chinese food for lunch..

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  7. Well....guess everyone else's answer already WON.

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  8. I'm going to say Wu-Shu, because I like to be different.

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  9. I got it.I didn't even have to cheat this time. LOL wonton

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  10. Though I suppose wanton is the word you looking for.

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  11. hahaha! Wantonness! *still chuckling*

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  12. I finally got one! It just needed to be a perverse Asian food product.

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  13. ahhh... Wanton. Good one. :D

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  14. Wonton -- This one was too easy -- makes me wonder if you're going to fool us.

    MM the Queen of English

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