Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Draggiest

Something which is the draggiest is even draggier than anything which is simply draggy. It's that which is the most draggy, in fact. Draggy means tedious or unpleasant.

Which is the draggiest - looking at all my photos, or reading the comments I type in an attempt to justify dragging them in?





18 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Nothing draggy about those images!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

uh....

oscar case said...

Both are fine.

Paula Martin said...

Love the scarecrows!

Miriam Drori said...

They're all lovely photos!

Maria said...

I like the one with the scarecrow wearing a red scarf. I'm not keen on any of those draggy words though, and can't see myself using any of them in the near future.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Alex.

Patsy said...

Tactful reply there, Mac!

Patsy said...

Thanks, Oscar.

Patsy said...

Me too, Paula.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Miriam.

Patsy said...

Not sure I'll work them into anything either, Maria.

Carol Warham said...

Lovely photos, not at all dragging!

Helen Laycock said...

I like that word - does what it says on the tin... I shall do my utmost to find something draggy today and comment upon it in a loud and resonant voice.

It can't be applied to those photos though; they're lovely!

Patsy said...

Thanks, Carol.

Patsy said...

Excellent!

Heather King said...

Great word, Patsy, and nothing unpleasant about this post at all... Love the scarecrow in particular!

Patsy said...

Thanks, Heather.