WOW – Rhymed Confusion!

“Confusion is a word we have invented for an order which is not understood.” - Henry Miller.

Write Over the Weekend theme for this week

She said ____. He mistook it to be ____.

The words used in the blanks have to rhyme and your post should revolve around the confusion thus created as a result of the miscommunication.

For e.g. She said book. He mistook it to be hook.

Are we all set? This time let the confused creativity flow 😛

Start writing and keep blogging. Remember, you have time till Sunday midnight!

Include this code:

This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda


What is WOW?

With social media taking over our lives, do you feel your blog is not getting all the attention it deserves? Are you one of those who want to write, but are either spoiled for choices or having nothing that is inspiring you to write? We, at BlogAdda, understand just that and thus decide to bring to you an initiative that you shall await just as eagerly as you await weekends. We are very happy to announce a brand new initiative at your Adda which will rekindle your love for writing again. Presenting to you ‘WOW – Write Over the Weekend’. Write Over the Weekend (WOW). As the name suggests, we at BlogAdda want to rekindle your love for writing. We want you to continue writing just for the love of it. We want to bring your creativity back to the fore. We want the community to know you for your creative writing. It is as simple as that.

WOW! This is exciting. What do I do next?

We want it to be very simple. Every weekend (well, almost), starting from today, we will announce a creative writing prompt for Indian bloggers on which you can WOW. You can submit your blogpost links in the comments section below. The best entries will get special badges to flaunt on their blogs.

All those who are featured in WOW can now flaunt the WOW badge on your blog. Download your badge now!

 

 

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