Lets play a game of Word chain! For the people who don't know how this game works:
You have to use the last letter of the last word posted in this thread as the first letter of your word. for example:
Person 1: hamburger
Person 2: racket
Person 3: tease
Here comes the first word:
It looks like Merriam Websters might be adding furry and fursona to the dictionary eventually. On the one hand it seems like furry should have been in there already, but after looking I noticed that "Trekkie" isn't even in there yet, and that should have been in there decades ago...
Hey all, I've got a rather odd question/request. I was recently reading an article on mental health in a Psychology magazine that suggested broadening one's vocabulary with words outside of one's natural language could help ease mental distress.
So I am curious. If English is not your first...
I’ve noticed that whenever I’m in an RP (which is once in a blue moon), I’m able to write hundreds of words per post, with over a thousand over the course of a day.
However, when I’m trying to write some fiction on my own, I can barely get a couple hundred a week.
Why am I so prolific when I’m...
This is a recommendation of a book that I make great use of over many years and still use.
The LDA "ACE Spelling Dictionary" by David Moseley
This is an aurally coded English dictionary so you find words by using the sound of the word. Through use it also helps with the recognition of word...
So, this is a thing I did going on two years ago now. I quite enjoyed it then, and the stories that came out of it were better than I was expecting. So, since my story output has been abysmal lately, I'm going to give this another bash. And this time, I invite others to join in on it too.
The idea of this games is to start with a word, and the next poster will find a synonym for that word. However, you need to find a synonym that does not relate to the word before the last poster. It should look like this: happy -> elated -> animated -> active, and so on.
Find a synonym for: kind.
This word game is quite challenging but will improve your creativity. ^^ And offer some laughs too.
I give you a set of four or five letters, and the subject matter. Your task is to come up with a phrase that fits the letters (or acronym) for the subject. As an example:
Why were you late to...