Thursday, March 17, 2011


The word today is 'BROWNIE':

Looking for a challenge? Thursday is for Nutty Newspapers: Come up with catchy newspaper headlines using today's word (and/or write brief news reports on this blog)

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

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  1. NO MORE BLONDIE!!!!!!!!!!!

    The famous rock band is changing its name to BROWNIE. Following the renewed interest in brunettes sparked by Prince Williams' for Kate, Ms. Harry (and not Prince Harry, please) has decided to change her hair color and rename her band.
    Commemorative plates showing off her now obsolete platinum head are selling like hot cakes.
    You can get your own here:

    From our trusted reporter, Chip Morsel.

  2. Brownie with a Brownie snaps Brownie-Eating Brownie

    (Leavenworth, KS, USA) - The mystery of the disappearing brownies of Leavenworth was solved yesterday by Noccia Cacao, a Brownie of Troop 666. The enterprising youngster put a plate of brownies on a plate in her living room and hid. Using her grandfather’s Brownie camera she snapped a pic of a house sprite eating the delicious treat.

    “I am just thought it might work,” said the intrepid young Miss Cacao. The brownie had been arrested and is awaiting arraignment in the Leavenworth jail.

    Your Reporter – B. King-Powder


    Tots Shouldn't Have To Deal With This

    by Lettie Ourkidsgrowupslowly, our Social Correspondent

    Brownies all over the world are starting to 'act out' like Britney Spears, and mums, school teachers, and social workers are increasingly worried. "She's just not a good role model for eight-year-old girls" says Mrs Imnotaprudami Butwehavetodrawalinesomewhere. Apparently, the little girls are not wearing short skirts and swaggering along school corridors, but are cutting off all their hair and demanding admittance to the Betty Ford Clinic. "It's not natural," said Mrs [cont. p94]