Whenever I hear the word "wizard" my brain goes numb. But if I hear it in combination with any of the following words: "Harry Potter," "Hermoine," Ron Weasley and "Dumbledore" I pray for spontaneous combustion. If I never see or hear the word "wizard" again it will be too soon.
Ugh. For obvious reasons.
A word which strikes terror in every living women.
Warhammer is a war game played with model soldiers that cost an absolute fortune and is mind-numbingly boring on a par with Monopoly (see my "M" post.) The manufacturers of Warhammer also have the audacity to sell the soldiers unfinished which means long-suffering parents of Warhammer addicts have to spend hours gluing the ruddy pieces together or sponging paint off the furniture.
|Warhammer - the game every parent loves to hate.|
No particular reason. *cough, cough*
I dislike them on men. I dislike them even more on myself. When people mistake you for Popeye it can be very dispiriting.
A word that has unpleasant connotations and is often used in conjunction with descriptions of my derriere.
A word that you increasingly grow to despise as you get older as it crops up in lots of forms and precedes lots of words. For example: weak spot, weak knees, weak heart, weak eyesight and worst of all - weak bladder.
A deeply unsatisfying word. Not one I like to use often.
Because you know that as soon as anyone says "Wittgenstein" they are going to be the most boring dinner guest ever.
A word that has too many associations with small children, earache and painful car journeys.
A word which I closely associate with British Telecommunications (BT) and which has the ability to cause week-long migraines and suicidal thoughts.
A legitimate word but unfortunately, if it is interpreted wrongly, can land you in serious trouble.
A word that grows on you but not in a good way.
You can check out the other Blogging A to Z candidates HERE.
I is for Igloos, Ignorance and Iguanas J is for Jason Statham K is for Kings and Kinkiness