Wednesday, August 1, 2007

What is *#$%@

"Oh NO!" I thought as I heard Charlotte ask the definition of a word.
I was sure that a word on the radio had prompted her to add the wrong vocabulary word to her collection. I did not even hear it myself.

"What is shrewd."
Thank goodness, I thought that she had asked about the word "screwed".
And why did she want to know the definition of this word.
Well, she said that in the movie "Ice Age" the sloth called the mammoth "shrewd".

Now, it was up to me to define the word and I think that I did a pretty good job.
How would YOU define that word?

2 comments:

Kira said...

smart with money?
i remember a funny blog post i once read. the woman was hard of hearing and she thought her son said "I like whores".
what he said was "I like horace". his pet frog.

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