Monday, December 15

No Holes Barge

Here's the city-girl daughter braving the elements to attend her 8:30 am class. She has two more days to go and she will have completed her first semester.

Her focus is psychology. She says she'd like to be either a substance abuse counselor or a marriage counselor. I assured her she has chosen a stable field, as the majority of the world is--and more than likely, always will be--whacked out.

We don't mince words, she and I.

When I suggested we play Scrabble free of restrictions--no holds barred, she admitted she had always thought it was no holes barge.


Here's what a scrabble board looks like between two forward-thinking females.

9 comments:

Jen on the Edge said...

I see quite a few interesting words there.

Poetikat and the Hyggecats said...

Oh, I like that "asshold" - that's a good one! Of course, no Scrabble game is any good without a little "sex", eh?

Kat

Poetikat and the Hyggecats said...

If you visit Poetikat's Mizmell, be sure to check out the "Foster Brooks's wife" post.

Kat

Kathy said...

"No holes barge." Funny! Oh, and what's a Scrabble game without an asshold? What's a "noog?" Inquiring minds want to know.

(un)relaxeddad said...

Asshold is so not a word! Actually, supermum and I hardly ever play scrabble now - major cause of common-law marital strife...

LisaBinDaCity said...

OMG, y'all are hilarious!!!

Nessa said...

I like the way you play.

Jay said...

I never used to like scrabble but we've been playing it a lot at work and generally getting ourselves into trouble.

Jen said...

I love Scrabble, I can't wait until my daughter can read and write so we can play. My college roommate and I used to play where we made up words but had to provide a convincing definition and use it in a sentence. Drinking was of course involved.