Künstliches Mädchen | ☘Lara Kelley Gallagher☘ (artemisofluna) wrote,
Künstliches Mädchen | ☘Lara Kelley Gallagher☘

We were playing the game Apples to Apples, which is a game where one person pulls a card with a describing word, and the rest of the people have hands of seven nouns. The point of the game is to find one or two nouns from your hand which the describing word describes and then the person who had the describing word judges which noun works best. SO, if I pull the card and it says 'Snazzy' and you have a hand of seven cards you have to choose which fits best. Like 'tuxedo' or 'James Bond' or even something funny like 'potatoes'.

So, the word was 'Spunky'. MMhmmm. The card suggested 'Spunky' meant Upbeat, uplifting, cheerful. Of course, it means other things in slang terms. Which I won't link from my mother's work computer, but look it up in the urban dictionary, okay. Anyway, the person judging ended up with lots of cards, and one among them which said 'My Bedroom'. Which is HILARIOUS in the slang way! It won, and guess who put it in there?


Which is SHOCKING if you know her. And when we asked if she knew what the slang term meant? She did. Which is why she put it in there.

I am going to laugh about it FOREVER. :D!
Tags: 2009 trip, haha, mommy, montana, quotes

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