Sunday, August 19, 2007

Unconscious Mutterings 3

  1. Darling :: husband

  2. Majesty :: queen

  3. Pebble :: Flintstone (boy that dates me)

  4. Fate :: Karma (look at my Saturday's Six)

  5. Instant :: coffee

  6. Screen :: flat

  7. Unplugged :: plugged

  8. Dairy :: cow (but I almost said Anne Frank because I wasn't reading clearly)

  9. Benefactor :: Bill Gates

  10. Market :: super

9 comments:

Gracie said...

I almost choked laughing at #3 and #9. I like your answers!

Gracie said...

oops - I meant #3 and #8 -
I guess that means Bill Gates won't be giving me anything in the future. . .

meowminx said...

LOL I enjoyed your mutterings for this week. Ive read a couple of mutterings who read dairy as diary!

Hmmm, I wish Bill Gates was my benefactor too. I just better stick playing the Lotto lol

Mine's posted over here :)

a.k.a. Zooomabooma said...

Bill Gates is perhaps one of the greatest benefactors this world has ever seen, nothing to choke laughing at! Seeing as how his little computer company is doing pretty good in the marketplace, he'll surely continue to give billions to keep helping so many people. God Bless Bill Gates!

And putting the Flintstones doesn't date you at all. I bet they're on TV sometime in the next 24 hrs on Boomerang! A 5 or 6 year old child could associate Flintstones with Pebble as easily as someone 40 or 50 yrs old

See ya :)

Kwizgiver said...

I thought about the Flintstones, too! But I was more of the Bam Bam answer. but I realized that I was actually humming a song that includes a lyric with pebble.

dawn said...

loved your mutterings. I didn't think of the Flinstones or BamBam. Karma was great too!
Happy Sunday

BookGal said...

Thanks all for your comments. Now I wonder if my eight year old knows who Pebbles is ... I may need to continue her pop culture education.

Wil said...

Never think that a reference to the Fintstones "dates" you. Like fine brandy, you've "mellowed"! LOL

Thanks for stopping by The Daily Snooze. Come back again real soon, y'hear?

BookGal said...

Wil - I'm all for a fine brandy. By the way, my eight year old has no clue who they are. Sigh!