Wednesday, April 30, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! Z is for . . .



Z is for Zoommary. As in zooming through a summary of . . . wait for it . . . my A to Z challenge words. Yikes, read slowly and try to catch up, will ya? Here it is:


“Annie!”
“Hey, Kev. Is that a list you’re working on?”
“Yeah, I’m making a glassary for the broquet I’m sending that wroser husband of yours.”
“Oh, come on. Don’t call Nick that just because he doesn’t get your you-isms.”
“Annie, they were standard texts words. Besides, that had nothing to do with it. He gave up on writing that report on O-riosity, he lost the bet and is now backing out. It’s so notriffic.”
“Just keep it a hushtory, will you? He’s productive-er when you don’t have him twitchilating over your U-no-y’s and your slang.”
“Okay, miss ish-aholic. Just because you’ve been kinetisized and are an extra-oldinary chick doesn’t make you Elftastic or cool. Let me mess with him or I’ll share some your momfessions with him.”
“Oh yeah, Kev? Like what?”
“Like the fact that you kinda do like to be feetckled, or that you take justcations whenever he’s going on and on about your cluttivating.”
“Two can play this game. How’s your queentacular girlfriend? Her leaving you to become a selfologist while still doing some x-pionage on you was a bit creepy. I can’t believe she wants to be diamoned to you with your vowllergy.”
Rejavu, Annie! This again? Why don’t you go work on your almbs?”
“I’m just doing a zoomary of all her craziness. Whatever, if she wants to marry such a lowmantic that’s her problem. But you, marrying her? Come on, U-no-Y you shouldn’t.”


*Umm, Sorry guys. That was painful even for me. But if it matters, zoommary is an S.K.’s original.
** Static and Kinetic characters. They would never say these things.
***I’m going away today on vacation, so I’ll catch up on comments when I get back.


OMG I survived my first A to Z challenge. Sorry for any pain I caused your brain.

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! Y is for . . .



Y is for You-isms. Stands for your own set of isms. Example:

My whole A to Z is about S.K.-isms. Well except for the few I didn’t come up with, but whatever! (Full disclosure is at bottom of each post.) I like them. I enjoy having some words that only a small group of people know is so me. One of my things, is to use “thing” & “thingy,” and I know many people do this, but I totally got it from my Mom. She can say something like: pass me the small thing that’s on top of the other thing, next to that thingy over on that back thing. And you know what? I get it. I know exactly what’s she’s asking for. My inner circle (yes, my mom is in there) know my isms and I know theirs. So, I thought I’d ask you for yours. What are some of your isms? As of now I’ve given you 25 of mine, so don’t be shy: share! (please?) :D


*Not S.K.’s original. I thought it was, like many of these, but turns out I’m not the only genius around here. O_0


Monday, April 28, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! X is for . . .



X is for x-pionage. That’s right: spying on your ex. Example:


There are crazy people out there. You know it. I know it. We’re probably part of the group, but if you’re not confessing, neither am I. Some do take it a step further, say . . . like become obsessed with their significant others. Err . . . even after that significant other has moved on from the relationship. Wonder why that might have happened?

Anyway, these crazies may, on occasion, engage in x-pionage. Why? Well, I suppose to check out the competition, to see if they still have a chance, to feel superior that they’re doing better than their ex, I don’t know. Whatever their reasons, I don’t care. I’m just here to provide a word for what they’re up to. And now you’re a witness that I’ve (not sure if proudly) contributed something to the world of the craycray.


*S.K.’s original. I’m on “X” guys, I’m tired. This is what you get :P

Saturday, April 26, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! W is for . . .




W is for Wrosers. Stands for loser writer. Calm down . . . I’m not calling you names. Just read the example:

Tips on how to become a Wroser:

1- When you feel a writer’s block coming on, embrace it.
2- If you feel like giving up, do it.
3- Go ahead and think you’re the best thing since sliced bread. And shout it across all social media available to you, especially if you haven’t published any books yet.
4- Hate reading.
5- Let fear win and never write again.

Don’t want to become a loser writer? Follow the complete opposite of the tips, and you’ll be fine. Pinky swear.

*S.K.’s original term. I’m working on the 5th tip. The opposite, that is.


Friday, April 25, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! V is for . . . [ & Time to Celebrate ]




V is for vowllergy. Stands for vows allergy. Example:


“Sup, dude?”
“She was okay with the birthday incident, but gave me an ultimatum.”
“What kind?”
“She’ll take me back if I propose, bro.”
“Dude!”
“Yeah.”
“Dude!”
“I know, bro. I’m not sure I can commit like that.”
“Nah, dude.”
“Not because I don’t want to. It’s only ‘cause of our bro-code-induced vowllergy.”
“That’s wassup.”



*S.K.’s original term. Because I can, that’s why.

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This hop comes with easy instructions: Sign up, post something to celebrate, 
hop around, cheer on others, and bask in warm glow. Full instructions and badge *here.*

This week I'm celebrating that I'll be on Vacation next week. Hubby and I are celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary and to party-it-up we're ditching the kids! Woohoo!! 

Well, not really ditching. 

We're not that selfish. They'll be with my sister and will be well taken cared of *just* so we can go to Jamaica and live it up, woot! On the other hand, it will be the first time we're away from them: cue anxiety attack! I'll try my best not to bug my sister more than twice a day . . . there's lots of alcohol at the resort so I'm sure I don't have to try too hard to forget them. Sort of. I guess I'll find out.

I'm also celebrating an interview over at The Writer Diaries as a new contributor. Go find out some new stuff about me. Yes, I'm over sharing a little bit. You're welcome.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

A to Z Challenge—S.K.-isms! U is for . . .



U is for U-no-Y. Stands for two things: 1- Phonetically: You know why. And 2- You with no Y, err . . . a.k.a. “you”. Example:

Texts:

Nick: I need you to come over for something.
Kevin: let u know soon :-)
Nick: You
Kevin: ???? o_0
Nick: You is spelled Y-O-U
Kevin: lol we r texting, it’s spelled U no Y  :P
Nick: Whatever, please come over. I need your help.
Kevin: Gotz 2 wait 4 Gabby :-/
Nick: Why?
Kevin: U-no-Y, N., GF b craycray :-O. Imma wait, L8ter! B-)
Nick: I’m calling you.


*S.K.’s original stuff 4 U 2 Njoy.
*Static’s characters. Not something that will happen in the book. Ever.