Friday, February 4, 2011

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: Herymor

This is a fabulous new hair replacement product. You just cover the desired area with the thick foam substance, let it dry, and within 24 hours you will have 5 inches of new hair growth.

I accidentally put my husbands herymor on my legs, now I have to french braid my leg hairs.

Have fun! HAPPY FRIDAY!

18 comments:

  1. Herymor: Hairy forever more. I thought it was my face cream and I didn't know hubby was trying to grow a full thick beard. I discovered my gaffe too late. I might join the circus as the bearded lady.

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  2. Cousin It's new ladyfriend.

    (Yes, I know, feeble!! LOL!!!). Take care
    x

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  3. Good one! I'm seeing it as HER and AMORE' (just in time for Valentine's Day)!

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  4. Funny...Colene at the Journey sometimes does a fun post about word verification too.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams, fantasy author

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  5. Wonderful. Silly grin from ear to ear.

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  6. There's an open, peaty, wasteland in Scotland where the heath grows in fine purple tendrils and blows in the wind like a woman's hair. It's called Herymor
    Moor.

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  7. That was too good. I can't improve on it at all!

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  8. A place in Scotland where magical folk hang out.

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  9. Herymor:

    Slang term used to describe the event of asking dinner guests if they would care for any more braised hare.

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  10. Haha.. that one is great! I was thinking along the same lines as Christina... HER and AMORE, but maybe a cool new slang version? All the kids say it these days :D

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  11. Herymore: A predicament that greedy people find themselves in. It's an unsatiable hunger for anything a person can not have.

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  12. Herymor:

    The name of Hermione and Ron Weasley's first child.

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  13. Haha! I like your definition.

    Jai

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  14. I love your words and definitions. I'm just too brain dead to come up with my own right now!

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  15. We have hebivores and carnivores - herymore is the term for a cannibal with a taste for female flesh. Hope your computer issues are soon sorted.

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