No, not Voldemort. Read on.
I was placing my lips on his chin as that man took his aim to shoot.”Ma’am? I’m afraid you must not touch or..kiss anything on display.” Huh? Wait, what? Why had folks built wax idols of famous actors if it’s not for us to hug or kiss? My ‘grown-up’ dad got the gist and swiftly shut his DSLR to act ignorant. It was all a part of his brilliantly thought out plan for having a humorous story of his child’s lust by lunch. My mom didn’t find it funny, told the family to not applaud immaturity and also to look out for our family’s baby. I was six but I think my mom was divulging about my dad.
Hopefully there aren’t any ‘E‘s in that paragraph and even if there are, I’m sure all of you will have the grace to ignore it politely like I did! 😉 The allergic to E challenge, I am soooo relieved I’m going to be using random E’s everywhere for a while.
First things first, I would like to
strangle thank Aadhira for nominating me! Her blog is simply unique and fun! 😀 Check it out, I guarantee it won’t disappoint.
As most ‘wild fun’ things in the world, there are rules even to this challenge so things obviously don’t get out of hand!
The rules of are as follows:
Write a whole paragraph (a paragraph sounds easy right?) without any word containing the letter “e” (still easy for ya?)
By reading this you are already signed up.
Challenge at least five bloggers to do the challenge.
They must do it within 24 hours or it is considered as failure.
If you fail or pass, suffer in the Page of Lame.
If you win, wallow in the Page of Fame.
That’s it! I nominate everyone who reads this post but to ensure it’s survival here are a few names I’m putting forth just in case.
You have 24 hours to do this 😉 I think I took more than that but I was travelling so I excused myself. Enjoy- no wait, have a blast? Yikes, another ‘E’. You poor, poor souls!