21 April 2009

Today's word is close

7 comments:

Liza said...

awesome concept for a blog. Where did yo get the illustrations?

Bruce said...
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nojuanhere said...

Hi Ross,

I just chanced upon the site and I really like the concept! Really love the dry humor behind them.

I'm looking to conduct interviews with different websites/individuals of interest for my blog nojuanhere.wordpress.com. I was hoping if I could have a casual interview or Q&A about My First Dictionary?

Juan
nojuanhere@gmail.com

The Imaginary Reviewer said...

Awesome. Just awesome. Best blog I've seen in a long, long time.

Pranayama mama said...

disturbingly funny!

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