Oh happy dance! It’s Friday! You know what that means! Yep, time for this week’s art challuunge! Thanks to everyone that threw in this week, especially the newbies! You all rock our knickers off!
Next week’s 3-Way Challuunge words will be:
Welcome back everyone. I trust you all had a “fulfilling” holiday? Good. Now don’t forget that the challuunge is due this Friday by 2pm PST. Why not gather up some old fishing pictures and old leaking faucet pictures and put together a collage?
Don’t forget, Dana, Pineaple and Wurm, you each owe one word , so send em in!
Anyway, here is your inspiration for LEAK / SALMON due this Friday by 2pm!
1.an unintended hole, crack, or the like, through which liquid, gas, light,etc., enters or escapes:
a leak in the roof.
2.an act or instance of leaking.
3.any means of unintended entrance or escape.
4.Electricity. the loss of current from a conductor, usually resulting frompoor insulation.
5.a disclosure of secret, especially official, information, as to the newsmedia, by an unnamed source.
verb (used without object)
6.to let a liquid, gas, light, etc., enter or escape, as through anunintended hole or crack:
The boat leaks.
7.to pass in or out in this manner, as liquid, gas, or light:
gas leaking from a pipe.
8.to become known unintentionally (usually followed by out):
The news leaked out.
9.to disclose secret, especially official, information anonymously, as tothe news media:
The official revealed that he had leaked to the press in the hope ofsaving his own reputation.
verb (used with object)
10.to let (liquid, gas, light, etc.) enter or escape:
This camera leaks light.
11.to allow to become known, as information given out covertly:
to leak the news of the ambassador's visit.
12.take a leak, Slang: Vulgar. to urinate.
noun, plural salmons (especially collectively) salmon for 1–3.
1.a marine and freshwater food fish, Salmo salar, of the familySalmonidae, having pink flesh, inhabiting waters off the North Atlanticcoasts of Europe and North America near the mouths of large rivers,which it enters to spawn.
3.any of several salmonoid food fishes of the genus Oncorhynchus,inhabiting the North Pacific.
4.a light yellowish-pink.
5.of the color salmon.