Tuesday, April 9, 2013

We have a POISON / DESTRUCTION winner!!!

zwinner Dear challuungers of the world… we have a winner for POISON / DESTRUCTION.  I give you your champion HOT ROD!  Hot Rod, you are a challuunger among challuungers, my friend.  Now, your prize is you owe us two words by Friday, so pick wisely.  There are many different ways to get random words for the challuunges… all of which we are not going to go into here… so good luck!  Also, thanks to everyone that threw in, the submissions were a delight to view. 

So now, we have this week’s words and some inspiration for each:

zom·bie  /ˈzɒmbi/  [zom-bee]


1.     a.  the body of a dead person given the semblance of life, but mute and will-less, by a supernatural force, usually for some evil purpose.

1.     b.  the supernatural force itself.

2.  Informal.
     a. a person whose behavior or responses are wooden, listless, or seemingly rote; automaton.

        b. an eccentric or peculiar person.

3. a snake god worshiped in West Indian and Brazilian religious practices of African origin.

4. a tall drink made typically with several kinds of rum, citrus juice, and often apricot liqueur.

5. Canadian Slang. an army conscript assigned to home defense during World War II.


de·struc·tion  /dɪˈstrʌkʃən/   [dih-struhk-shuhn]  


1. the act of destroying: wanton destruction of a town.

2. the condition of being destroyed; demolition; annihilation.

3. a cause or means of destroying.

1275–1325; Middle English  (< Anglo-French ) < Latin dēstructiōn- (stem of dēstructiō ), equivalent to dēstruct ( us ) (past participle of dēstruere; see destroy) + -iōn- -ion

Related forms:
non·de·struc·tion, noun
pre·de·struc·tion, noun
sem·i·de·struc·tion, noun