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Tale Weaver No 120 18/5/17 – Make Sense of Nonsense – Flamhsures


Today’s word: flamhsures ( can be used as both noun and verb)

Example might be: We arrived just in time to see flamhsures taking place.

The task is to create a meaning for this word and construct a tale using it as your meaning.

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10 comments on “Tale Weaver No 120 18/5/17 – Make Sense of Nonsense – Flamhsures

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  2. Lorraine
    May 18, 2017

    Another wonderful piece of non-sensical tale weaving promptitude.

    • Michael
      May 18, 2017

      Yes all that is probably true, I think….thanks for stopping by…

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  7. scribblersdip
    May 25, 2017

    Because I couldn’t leave it at just one entry – LOL – what an enticing word!

    • Michael
      May 25, 2017

      Thank you Pat, hours of research go into each word…NOT….lol….but I’m glad it has inspired you so..

      • scribblersdip
        May 25, 2017

        LOL – I can see you scratching your dome and checking out middle Latin roots and trying to pick and pull things together 😉

        A creative mind at play is a curious mind – and nonsense words are interesting 🙂

        thanks again 🙂

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