Can't imagine working that one into a short story.
Oh go on, give it a try, Keith.
Right, I'm off to buy a lilo. You'll find me floating in the River Tyne waiting for the ideas to flow downstream!
Better write in pencil then, Beatrice - if you get splashed the ink will run.
Brilliant word, Patsy! Where did you find it?
I was looking something else up, Frances and got distracted. Not the first time that's happened.
Hydrochory dickory dockMy mind has gone a blockI like the wordIt's so absurdHydrochory dickory dockSorry!
!!!!!! Love it !!!!!!
Does Poohsticks count as hydrochory?
I should think it does, Christine.
FLORIDA is a hydrochory right now. It can stop raining any time it wants.
It's raining here too, Mac - but I suspect we're more used to it than you are!
Does it work with letters on alphabet soup too?
Shhh, don't give away all my plotting secrets, Lizy!
Well I knew it was something to do with water, Patsy.I suppose it can be applied to messages in bottles too, which you could create a story from. :-)
A new word to add to my vocabulary - although I'm not sure where I'd use it!
Is it a verb or noun? I think I've done it once or twice, but don't tell anyone.
Your secret is safe hear, Oscar.
Bloomin' Valerian. They seed everywhere and all the seeds take. Why is it that weedseeds 'do' and lovingly nurtured plant seeds don't?
I expect valerian would fail if we were desperate to grow it, Celia.
Well, I'm sure I'll manage that one into the next story!
Excellent, Charlie - I'm glad someone is up for the challenge. ;-)
Hydrochory us what we were hoping would happen to Bonnie's fleas when she went swimming in the river - no such luck!
Thanks so much for commenting!