Friday 22 April 2011

S is for ... ???

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

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(Short and sweet and in the form of a riddle/creative definition today as I'm busy busy busy!)

The act of making seafood available for purchase.

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



  1. Oooo, tricky! My first thought is sustainability... but that's not an emotion so I'm anxiously awaiting Nicole's post to see if I'm on the right track, haha!

  2. The first couple were easy and then you started getting tricky. Or maybe it's b/c I do this too early in the morning. I'm going to say selling even though I know it's wrong. And thanks for sharing your opinion this morning! I love the balance of opinions. :)

  3. Ooh, you're being good and cryptic today! :D

  4. Suicide, LOL!

    IDK, I'm stumped. ;)

  5. Just dropped by to tell you your book trailer is on my blog today. Tomorrow, my book trailer will be featured.
    N. R. Williams, The Treasures of Carmelidrium.

  6. Sad. I'd be so very sad if I had to sell all the scrumptious, delectable sea food.

  7. I got it, I got it!!! SELFISH! Sell Fish!!! Hahaha, so good, Jessica!

  8. It's not an emotion but sushi comes to mind!

  9. I'm going to roll with Selfish - just b/c of the whole emotion thing.
    And it brings a happy picture to mind. I used to live in Seattle, and the Pike Market has these fish throwers - super fun to watch - especially when they're serving people who have never been.

  10. I'd have to go with selfish, too. Now that I've read Nicole's post.

  11. Selfish of course! That was funny!

  12. I dislike seafood, so my first thought was "smell," but the people who posted before me are probably right with selfish.

  13. I just came from Nicole's blog. Great challenge you two gave yourselves. I love it! Christy

    visit to my BLOG too pls...


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