Wednesday, December 11, 2013

This week’s winner and inspiration…


Pineaple, we’re not sure what’s going on, but the NSA wants to investigate your winning streak, as of late.  Congrats, you are the winner again!  Get on some good words for this Friday.

In the meantime, here are some inspirations for this week’s words:



sti·let·to [sti-let-oh] noun, plural sti·let·tos, sti·let·toes, verb, sti·let·toed, sti·let·to·ing.


1.a short dagger with a blade that is thick in proportion to its width.

2.a pointed instrument for making eyelet holes in needlework.

verb (used with object) stab or kill with a stiletto.


thun·der  [thuhn-der]


1.a loud, explosive, resounding noise produced by the explosive expansion of air heated by a lightning discharge.

2.any loud, resounding noise: the thunder of applause.

3.a threatening or startling utterance, denunciation, or the like.

verb (used without object) give forth thunder (often used impersonally with it as the subject): It thundered last night. make a loud, resounding noise like thunder: The artillery thundered in the hills. utter loud or vehement denunciations, threats, or the like. speak in a very loud tone. move or go with a loud noise or violent action: The train thundered through the village.