HOT DAMN!!

 

 

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…as opposed to cold damn, which isn’t quite as expressive. “Hot damn” is usually used when one is very much pleased/excited.

“Hot damn! I thought those laxatives would never work!”

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=hot%20damn

 

I did it!  Yes, today is August 31 and I have completed the August BlogHer challenge. Yea, me! Yea, challenge! 

Truth be told, I enjoyed it.  It was a great exercise – not only to post each day for 31 days but to come up with a variation on the theme of “hot”.  I have to thank Terri Hilt and my sisters for sending me suggestions. Terri Hilt sent a long a long wonderful list that was inspirational. 

What is next?  Not the September challenge, I promise.  Do you have any suggestions? Is there anything that you have seen in the last 31 days that you wish would be expanded? More fiction? More poetry? More on hot cross buns, hot tamales, or hot wheels? 

I am open to suggestions.  You can comment below or tweet (@carolearlycoone) or email me (cecsweeps55@gmail.com) Let me know.  I would love to hear from you!

 

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                                                         Cheers!

Thanks for reading!

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2 Responses to HOT DAMN!!

  1. Congratulations for seeing your work through to the 31st! Not everyone has that determination.

  2. Hot diggity dog, you did it! And no thanks needed. YOU did all the work, and I must say you did a fine, bang-up job. I’m proud of you for seeing your challenge through to the end. Atta girl!

    Now, I think I’ll go to a movie and have some hot buttered popcorn.

    “I wish I had a million dollars! …” 🙂

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