18 April 2009

Today's word is reticuloendotheliosis

9 comments:

northwindbrat said...

You possess an awesome sense of humour... hahaha. Some will call it sick but it'll prolly mean the same thing anyways.

I'll love to discuss those gory slasher movies anytime XD

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cate said...

you rule.


timmy and jenny have studied your dictionary from what I can gather--

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Susan Echaore-McDavid said...

I am hooked on your blog. Great stuff. I wouldn't be a surprised if one of these days you get a call from a literary agent or a publisher about turning your stuff into a book.I know I would, if I worked for the right publishing house.

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Ross Horsley said...

Well, I may be going to Hell but at least I've got some great links and much-appreciated comments out of it. Thanks!

farukahmet said...

I don't say this often, believe me, but what you do with this blog is pure genius.

josh said...

i love this one.

Toby said...

Nobody noticed the little red hen was a rooster, either, apparently...

Melissa said...

Nah, it can pass as a chicken. When they're red like that, the roosters generally have bigger tails that are bright black or green.

Besides, what the hell does anyone expect out of a crappy line drawing anyway?

Hilarious word! Stands out a little!