Saturday, September 10, 2005

Some Weekend Fun

I think that we deserve some fun today:

I'm going for a swim. Over and out.

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David E. Patton said...

I saw your comment at Easy Writer's and thought that I'll come over and check you out. If you like poetry check out mys.

Melly said...

David, I'm always happy to meet new people.

To be honest, I'm not big on poetry. I think poetry is meant for much brighter people who can actually understand it. I often remain at a loss when I read poetry.

However, I find poets fascinating. They tend to be most insightful. I may skip the poetry posts, but I love the prose posts. So you bet I'm going to visit your blog :)
And right now too!

ME Strauss said...

What a great post. Some new fun for the weekend and a recap of the week. Really inspired idea!

Melly said...

Oh my, thank you, Liz.

Did you try the game?

elcapitanhink said...

Apparently I too am a disgusting, french-speaking hedonist. I just know it was the alarm clock question that got me.

elcapitanhink said...

That google game is rigged, I tell ya.
I got 9/10, with a 303, but it couldn't be clearer that the 10th answer was



Anonymous said...

This is a great post. I'm going to try the Google game. Looks like fun!

Melly said...

Josh, mais oui, je savais sa. I just knew we were the same disgusting kindred spirits. You make me laugh too much.

You got 9/10? 303? How???

Oh well, I must succumb to the idea that there are smarter people than me in the world...

oooh, I see you have a new post. Going to read it now.

Melly said...

Hey, thanks easywriter. How'd you do? Better than Josh?

elcapitanhink said...

How? Good question.

Well, let's just say--for the sake of argument that is--if someone was going to score that well, it might be--hypothetically speaking--the result of a long career pilfering images from Google for design projects, which said person then rendered unrecognizeable and therefore free of any malfeasance vis-a-vis fair use statutes.

Of course I'm just speculating here. For speculation's sake. Yep. That's what I'm doing.

Melly said...

Perhaps, perhaps. I like your theory. That's definitely one possibility. But what if the person in question were highly proficient in the knowledge and use of the English language, as per comment above, and combined that with fast keyboarding skills.
What then? Could that explain this abnormality?

Thanks for making me laugh (again) this morning.

Pat Kirby said...

Hell Level 2, although I think I was a smidgen less naughty than you. Hmmm. Probably a function of being a boring married person.

And uh, thanks for the compliment 'n all.

melly said...

3 cheers for hell !!!

Oh my goodness, Pat.
Were you actually, dare I even say it... Nice???


Canadian Mark said...

I came in to post a comment on you're blog yesterday, but got wrapped up in the google game, and have been there since. :-) Well, not quite, but it is rather addictive. Nice blog. I like the mix.

Melly said...

That's so funny, Canadian Mark.
Actually, you had the same effect on me 'cause I spent all day yesterday cooking.
Thanks for stopping by and I'm glad you like the mix.

rannie said...


Melly said...

No way, Rannie!


You beat Josh!

rannie said...

there is a screen shot of me being in the top scores yesterday, on my site...

Mind you, I played on and off throughout the day yesterday. And montages start to repeat after awhile.

There are still one or two the stump me. Some are way too obvious, and some are tricky, but not entirely impossible.

Melly said...

I Know :)
I saw !

That's so amazing.

I already wrote about you in today's post :)