42: the answer to everything

We all know that according to Douglas Adams, the answer to life, the universe and everything is 42.

This morning I noticed I have 42 blog followers. In honour of this, are you up for a little nonsense? After a very frustrating morning, I know I am.

So here it is, I am going to collect 42 words from my followers; submit any word you like as long as it’s not a profanity. Then I’m going to use those 42 words in a blog post.

Now I imagine that not all 42 of my blog followers are going to respond to this post with a word. So in an effort to get 42 words and also to give me some choice, people can submit up to 3 words each. Simply post a comment to this post with your 3 words. They don’t have to be related to each other or to what anyone else posts either.

I’ll start. My three words are:

cranky

grandmother

meatballs

Please post your comments by Friday 27th January and I’ll have fun with my 42 words on the weekend.

Now, play nice!

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Posted on January 24, 2012, in Waffle and Nonsense and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 34 Comments.

  1. OK here are three words.

    Oozy

    rain

    frustrated

  2. MOTHER-IN-LAW FROM HELL

  3. Too fun!

    Affinity

    Skulk

    Glisten

  4. Ubiquitous

  5. Macaroni, salty, rank (whichever meaning you like)

  6. Meatless (I am vegetarian after all, and don’t want my words snuggled up against meatballs or any other butchered beast)
    Rudely
    Fishing-rod
    The last two are the first and last words on the page I’ve reached in my book.

  7. Jeffrey Campbell

    Moose
    Lasagne
    Budgie

  8. Giggles

    Searching

    Doorstop

    Have fun with those 😀

  9. slathered

    blinkered

    orange

  10. I can think of little more sensible than meatless rain! How often does your rain have meat in it? Sounds like that scene from Le Boucher.

  11. The first word that sprung to mind (don’t ask me why): Tennessee. Number two: pirouette. Number three: rootbeer. And, for good measure, number four: harbour (which is both a verb and a noun).

    Good luck and I hope I was helpful 🙂 Looking forward to the finished post!

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