Thursday, July 30, 2009

Quilly's Words

It is a Quilly day. Time to take Quilly’s three words for the day and write a story.

Click on the blue highlighted words for definitions.
sevidical; morsicant; veteratorian

I know you consider me to be speaking in a sevidical manner but there is nothing veteratorian about a spell that produces morsicant symptoms

The never veteratorian zoilist made sevidical remarks about the play that produced a moriscant pain in the producer.

The angry dragon withheld his sevidical remarks about Phrog preferring the veteratorian spell causing all Salamanders to experience morsicant pain

The angry politican put aside his ordinarily veteratorian casuistry and used the kind of sevidical language that caused his handlers to have morisicant pain in the side.

To use sevidical or veteratorian remarks is one of those choices that always gives me morsicant pain.

We feel a need to warn you that if you don't begin t One approach to describe the person who smashed into your car and the other for the boss you can't stand.o use Quilly's words on your blog you will begin to feel morsicant pain. The trick is to know when to write in a sevidical manner and when to use a more veteratorian approach.


  1. You guys do very well with these. Glad you're not all extinct ;-)

  2. Amazing ... Wonderful ... Bravo! The masters of brevity. :)

  3. Fandandgo..I love the warning. That was so clever. All of these as usual are the bomb. #3 was my favorite this week. Excellent Fandango :)

  4. I like the idea of politicians having handlers. Could we also keep politicians in a zoo? We would be ever so much safer then!

    Wonderful use of the words as always.

  5. there are 2 things i could never be (i know, never say never..) 1) a dragon with the ability to use Quilly words and 2) a dragon slayer ...

    you do these very well!!
    smiles to you all,