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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

K is for...

Welcome to my 7th Challenge. Thank you Arlee Bird!  I know a certain Brit with a certain dog, who's a modest internet star, who thinks we are all crazy for doing this. So I'm doing something off the wall and a bit different just to put a smile on his face (and yours too I hope) and her muzzle if they so happen to stop by.

It's all about the A to Z of:

Shakespearean Insults
First Folio

Today's insult: Thou art a KABBALISTIC KISSING boar-pig.


Surrealist Compliments!
Alexa szlavics oilpainting

Today's compliment: I love your eyes but only with KETCHUP.

May they cause you to smile.
May they lighten your day and help you take things less seriously.
Pass them on if you would like.
Make up your own and share in the comments.
Or visit the Shakespearean Insult Generators HERE and
the Surrealist Compliment Generator HERE.

If you'd like to visit other participants in the A to Z Challenge, go HERE.

I am a minion with:


  1. Hi Bish - these are so brilliant - I'm thoroughly enjoying them .. cheers Hilary

  2. Hilary linked to your blog this morning, so I am visiting. How could I not, with the prospect of Shakespearean insults? This one was dandy!

  3. I think I'll stick to ketchup on french fries and not eyes...

  4. Sure you don't want fries with that?

  5. Ketchup with eyes does not sound like a compliment, but a terribly gone wrong menu selection.

  6. Only with ketchup, eh? Intriguing.

  7. I don't think I'd respond well to that compliment! :)

    Susan A Eames from
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

  8. That insult sounds serious. What did that person do? Ummm, that compliment sounds a bit cannibal thank you?

  9. Hello from A to Z, Bish. "I love your eyes but only with ketchup?" Is that the same thing as saying to someone "You're so beautiful but only after I've had 10 beers."


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