Tuesday, April 5, 2011


The word today is 'PILASTER': dictionary.com
Hercules' 10th labor

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  1. Dear Oliver Reed

    I know that you like a cincture or two, or three, or ten.. (did I say cincture? I'm so sorry Oli, I meant 'tincture', of course).

    So here is my offer. You and I and Richard Harris and Dorothy Parker will all go out for the evening, and get well and truly pilastered :-)

    What's in it for me? Well, what with Dorothy's wit, Richard's alcohol-imbued Irish erudition, and your general alcoholic bonhomie, I will enjoy the show of a lifetime! Who needs cinema? (I know Dorothy will agree).

    Yours getting hazy


  2. Dear Osmar,

    Love your daily tweets
    when i'm feeling blue
    all i have to do is
    take a look at you
    and read your tweets.
    they're perky uppers
    & cause a pilaster.

    Tweet of the day RT @osmarjardim Want it pilaster? There´s viagra, you know? <-- now you confirmed you DO use - you risque cacoethes you :-).

    Obrigado meu amigo :-)

    Your friend,


  3. Dear Headmaster,

    I thought you would like to know that a group of wild young masters are sneaking out at night to pee on the marble pilasters. I'm sure they would prefer to do it over a fence but in the absence of such an electrifying experience, they've decided to water the asters.

    I trust that you will take the appropriate measures to avoid a complete disaster.

    Yours Faithfully,

    Pastor Astor

  4. Dear Lady Pilaster,

    Thank you for the lovely tour of your home. I was deeply touched by love and care you put in your decor.

    I was wondering where did you get those wonderful faux column that were in the table tennis room. I feel they would be perfect for our little breakfast nook.

    Thank you again for the tour of your superior home and in advance for your help.

    Yours splendidly,

    Hyacinth Bucket