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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

How Fast Can You Guess These Words??

From my 89 year old friend, Fran! Always breaks me up!!

1. F_ _K
2. PU_S_
3. S_X ?
4. P_N_S
5. BOO_S
6. _ _NDOM?

Answers are below

3. SIX

You got all 6 wrong….didn’t you?

And the doormat for the day is ........


Serline said...

... and D is for Doormat, although you could just as well hang this on someone's door ;-P

Nessa said...

Yes. Yes, I did.

Al said...

And I thought #5 was BOOTS.

Bonnie said...

Oh my ... you got me!

Arija said...

. . .and I came up with a lot of alternative answers as well, after all, we used to make up crosswords at school.

Naturedigital said...

You got me again Sylvia. Well Done.

jabblog said...

I resisted the obvious, difficult though that was ;-)

kRiZ cPEc said...

ah, didn't your 'correct' answer didn't mean mine are wrong. :)
So tell me, what comes to your mind first for as_?

peripheralperceptions said...

These are great! Love the doormat. Sad but true, I has different answers for most of the words. What does that say about our culture?! :-(

George said...

Guilty! But I really like the doormat.

Kay said...

Oh dear! You're right! I got all six wrong. Sheesh!

Jay said...

Hahahaha! We all find the 'rude' words first don't we? And there's a reason for that - we're used to seeing that kind of word with asterisks inserted to disguise what they really are.

But thinking about it on my second go around, I had purse and pond instead of the ones on your list and it took me a while to get 'random'.


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