WOUND/SARCASM art’s up! Votes R needed!

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Cheese and fries!  It’s Friday already?  Where does the time go?  Technically speaking, time passes at the same speed every week, it’s just that some weeks seem to go by faster than others.  Am I right?  Is this thing on?  Oh well, thanks to all those that threw in this week.  Shout out to newbie Maybee!  Never have we had worse words to work with and you can thank Pineaple for that.  BUT, the harder the words, the more CHALLUUNGING it is.  Am I right? Am I RIGHT?  Oh never mind… let’s get on with it, shall we?


Next weeks words will be:




And now, with out further furthering… we bring you this week’s submissions for:


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Cast your votes for all your favorites at the end.

Brian D.:Brian D

Chocolate Thunder:Chocolate Thunder





Here is where you vote!  ¿Por favor?

We have inspiration and a winner!

DANimal, DANimal, he's our man, if he can't do it, a polar bear can!

Well DANimal, you pulled it out this week as our big winner! 
Kudos!  Huzzah!  Bully!  Zorionak!  Complimenti!  Gefeliciteerd!  おめでとうございます!
Now if you don’t mind, shoot us two words by Friday @ 2pm and the bear will get his Coke®!

Speaking of Friday at 2pm, that’s when this week’s art challuunge is due!  Here’s some inspiration for your journey to your submission.







1.an injury, usually involving division of tissue or rupture of the integument or mucous membrane, due to external violence or some mechanical agency rather than disease.

2.a similar injury to the tissue of a plant.

3.an injury or hurt to feelings, sensibilities, reputation, etc.

verb (used without object), wound or ( Rare ) wind·ed [wahyn-did] Show IPA , wind·ing.

past tense of wind

1.to change direction; bend; turn; take a frequently bending course; meander: The river winds through the forest.

2.to have a circular or spiral course or direction.

3.to coil or twine about something: The ivy wound around the house.








1.harsh or bitter derision or irony.

2.a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark: a review full of sarcasms.

3.you really think there are three definitions?  Huh?