Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Word Verification: Brallama

Dear Deb,
You say in your post dated June 22nd 8:04 PM:

Word verification: brallama

I know that has to mean something.

Although I already know the meanings of this word, it would be nice if you could give me a context in which it would be used. I would not like to give you the wrong definition, as this word has multiple definitions. Sort of like how "fluke" can mean either:
1) A stroke of luck.
2) A fish or flatworm.
3) The fins on a whale's tail.
4) The end parts of an anchor.
5) The part of an envelope you bend over and seal.

Thank you for your cooperation.

In other news, I found my leiopelmatidae. He was hiding on my map of the world just over New Zealand.



Deb said...

Dear D.A.V.E.,

I am the first to admit that I do not have your capacity for incredible brilliance, so I was forced to Google. In my intensive 43.8 seconds of research, the only thing I could come up with was someone's screen name and a bunch of gibberish that people claim is another language (yeah right).

I hope you aren't too disappointed in me.


Captain Awesome said...

I myself detest leiopelmatidae and am saddened that you found it. However, my Acinonyx Awesomus thoroughly enjoys the company, and taste, of leiopelmatidae.