Thursday, December 30, 2010

Fonetic Friday: Word of the Day

Hey, you know those cool words they make you type when you comment on a blog, the ones that prevent spammers from commenting? If they were real words, what would they mean? See if you can come up with a definition and use it in a sentence.


Today’s word is: Boffiati

HAVE FUN! AND HAPPY FRIDAY? (and Thursday)

I saw this word and knew I had to use it right away.  Boffiati- How do I put this? This is what a British/Italian couple call "fooling around".

Hey Cara mia, let's leave this boring opera and head home for a little boffiati.

Hope this gave you a New Years Eve laugh.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

10 comments:

  1. Hi Melissa,
    Boffiati are some Sicilian buiscuits that "nonna" grandma used to make. ;) LOL!
    Happy New Year!

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  2. I thought sports car - what's wrong with me??
    Happy New Year!

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  3. Boffiati--it's a super-secret pasta recipe that no one knows. Except those who know, of course.

    Happy New Year!

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  4. These are all great Boffiatis!!! LOL! Take care
    x

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  5. Well I don't know about boffiati -- but I call my dog "bumbalatti". Maybe I'll change it.

    Happy Happy New Year, Melissa!!!

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  6. Okay so I'm the only one with a dirty mind I see. These are all great.

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  7. I thought it was the medical term for "pain in the rear-end".

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  8. Hi Melissa,

    A very Happy New Year to you, and thanks for joining me. Hugs..

    Carole.

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  9. Happy new Year to you too!!
    Boffiati sounds to me like a sticky dessert with caramel and cream.

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  10. Boffiati - the offspring of boffins.

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