Sunday, January 2, 2011


The word today is 'LATTE':

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  1. my goal for next year is compete in & win American Idol but i shall need several gallons of latte to keep my voice in shape.

    i also need my sweetie to keep ME in shape & fine singing form because whenever i ask him coffee, tea, latte or me ? i always win ;-)

  2. My goal for next year is to create the first duckling latte pie with world peas.

  3. My goal for next year is to keep Loqwacious going until 12/31/11 eveb if it means getting all players to send me cups of latte so that I don't fall asleep at the wheel. :)

    Happy, happy to all and thanks for playing!

  4. Hellish Prison Services / Memo

    From: Beelzebub
    To: Pandemonium
    cc: Lucifer

    Subject: How can we ensure maximum discomfort in our gaols for the coming year?

    1) TV. Obligatory, back-to-back reruns of all the world's Idol contests dubbed according to Cold-War Polish rules (the original sound-track almost BUT NOT QUITE muted and a single voice used to read the entire script in monotone).
    NB: will work for everyone who does not speak Polish. For Polish speakers - any suggestions?

    2) Ensure all meals are served in a replica of the Stockholm City Hall constructed entirely in ice. All diners to sit shoulder to shoulder with people with whom they have absolutely nothing in common and who do not speak the same language. Cold food to be served, slowly, and entertainment to consist of solely of lectures from past Nobel Economic Laureates (of whom, let's face it, we have a superabundance down here).

    3) Exercise to consist of a forced march around a replica of the globe, the seas having been drained to ensure prisoners will have to, for example, climb over the mid-Atlantic Ridge and down into the Mariana Trench. Without benefit of ropes.

    4) Time off for 'good' behaviour to be served assisting Bill Gates write grovelling apologies to everyone who has ever had a problem of any sort with Microsoft software. (Using a Windows 95 Operating System and a version of Word which repeatedly 'corrects' spelling and grammar in ways inconsistent with the sense of the sentence being typed.)

    5) No Latte. Ever.