30 Aug 2012

IN LACK OF "O" WORDS

Jenny Matlock
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Apparently I have a lack of "O's" in my life, other than saying "Oh" from time to time. But saying "Oh" is not a subject to write about. I also thought about "Oldies" because I thought an Oldie would be an elderly (not to say old) woman or man, but apparently it only concerns songs.

Sitting here in front of my blank canvas screen I finally asked Google to give me some ideas. I googled for words starting with O ! The result was amazing ! I learned so many expression that from now on I will talk like a scientist !

I stated that some of my plants look oligopetalous, which means that they have only few petals ! That the birds this year are oligotokous, they only produce few youngs.

When I looked at my feet while stepping into the swimming pool I stated that I am not oarfooted which means that my feet are not adapted for swimming. Fortunately I didn't have an onycholysis which means the separation of a nail from its normal attachment to the nail bed.

I also would need an opificer, to do some reparations in the house. It sounds much better then a workman. Next time I'll ask my neighbor if she doesn't know some efficient opificer !

And for supper tonight I told Mr. G. that I would cook some oryza together with chicken and vegetables, he of cours thought it was a very opiparous(sumptuous) meal but it's only rice.

With that I hope that my O level in school has improved.















  

14 comments:

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Gattina .. well done - what a good way to increase your vocabulary .. but you'll be spending so much time explaining all the words all the time .. but I loved the post.

I do enjoy oryza .. cheers Hilary

Mara said...

Oh!

edenhills said...

What a fun post! Who knew there were so many big and complicated O words!

Loree said...

Great post. You taught me some words tonight.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh! O! you are so funny Gattina.

A Lady's Life said...

I love doing stuff like this.
Makes me look intelligent. lol
Then I too forget the words cause they are never used.
But it's fun and this was a fun post. :)

Karen S. said...

Oh, oh, oh and OH! I loved it, especially the silly happy face guy!

storybeader said...

I have to admit, I didn't know even ONE of those O words you used. So don't feel like you were missing OUT on anything. My O words are that ONEROUS! {:-D

Kat said...

Hi Gattina,

Oh dear, I s enjoyed reading about all the letters with O - didn't realise there was another word for rice!Next time I will say oriza instead of rice! Good post dear!

Emille said...

I can tell you, you DO talk like a scientist now!!

anitamombanita said...

wow...that was quite an education!

Judie said...

Gattina, you are just soooo smart!! Great "O" post, and that cartoon is absolutely priceless!!!

AmyBird said...

Yaaaaaaaaaaaay! Big 'O' words :D Great 'O' post :D

Jenny said...

Your little graphic made me giggle.

I loved him!

And I am all kinds of impressed with your outstandingly long "O" words!

A++