Monday, October 4, 2010


Welcome to Loqwacious!! Where word play takes on new meanings. For full details on how to play Loqwacious on this blog, Twitter or Facebook, please visit the 'Be Loqwacious' page.

The word today is 'DEPAYSE':

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Keep all entries clean, creative, and courteous.
Enjoy the game!

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  1. From @19ish:

    Once came a man from Dépaysé.
    What could be making him sneezie?
    It tickled his nose,
    Which ran like a hose.
    To wife he was allergiezy

  2. If you're journeying far far away
    And you're starting to feel dépaysé
    Recall why you left home
    Because then when you roam
    You'll appreciate your liberté

  3. I left Belgium for a first job.
    My family thought me a snob.
    Dépaysée at first sight
    I overcame my fright
    And dated Harry, Bill, and Bob.

  4. Once I threw an used tire
    Into the lake.
    Fishes jumped out of the water
    One of them said:
    All the others in chorus shouted:
    Dépaysée Dépaysée Dépaysée

  5. There once was a boy from BelPaese
    Who away from home felt dépaysé
    He fell into hard drugs
    When he needed hugs
    Now he feels is hazy

  6. while in europe & gay Paris
    i was never in ennui
    nor in dépaysé
    such lovely views
    and handsome monsieurs
    potential beaus, cheri

  7. From @19ish:

    Marysé, Marysé, ♫ give me your answer, do; ♫ I'm dépaysé all for the love of you.♫ Ode to @Wifsie 4 your #lqw efforts. :D

    (Not a haiku, based on the song "A bicycle built for two" which starts out "Daisy, Daisy"