Finally, my last Top 5 list of the Top 5 Group Writing Project. Yesterday submission was closed by Darren after receiving a total of 893 entries in only four days.
I already found some nice blogs through his project and I’ll list you again my top 5 list for the last day. I hope you will also stumble upon some good stuff. Otherwise there is still the whole list to browse through.
[...] Pisolino: noun, nap. Speaking of man parts, be careful to pronounce this one exactly as written with that long “o” in the middle. If you get lazy, you might be saying “pisellino,” which although literally means “small pea” and is what Popeye’s Swee’Pea is called in Italian, is slang for a tiny pene. [...]
[...] Despite my continual efforts to audit my own waste, some obvious things never crossed my mind until I learned about them and some of the things I was doing, actually were not doing any good! [...]
[...] The name of the software is PowerPoint. So, it is important for you to do just that. Get to the point, and do it quickly. [...]
- The game show question
- Sliding Cards brain buster
- The missing square
- Accountant puzzle
- Red Wine brain teaser
[...] When writers are in “the zone” — their stories finally unfold and their characters start speaking in complete, intelligible sentences — it’s easy to disconnect from real life. Here’s a quick guide to knowing when it’s time to turn off the wordy spigot for a bit. [...]
Reading through the last featured article, tells me, that I should stop now. My previous lists of day one, day two and day three might also send you to some nice places to browse. With this post I close this week of many posts and go back to write about color blindness in my usual rhythm of about two to three articles a week.