3WW CCCLXVIII

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

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Here goes:

Absurd, adjective: (Of an idea or suggestion) wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate; (of a person or a person's behavior or actions) foolish; unreasonable; (of an object or situation) arousing amusement or derision; ridiculous.

Groan, verb: Make a deep inarticulate sound in response to pain or despair; (of a thing) make a low creaking or moaning sound when pressure or weight is applied; noun: A deep, inarticulate sound made in pain or despair; a low creaking or moaning sound made by an object or device under pressure.

Weak, adjective: Lacking the power to perform physically demanding tasks; lacking physical strength and energy; lacking the force of character to hold to one's own decisions, beliefs, or principles; irresolute; liable to break or give way under pressure; easily damaged; lacking intensity or brightness.

5 comments:

Shari Lynne Smothers said...

Something quippy begged to get out before I leave for work. Thanks for the fun of it all!

Bastet said...

Thanks for the fun prompt .. Idon't usually write about trolls, hope you don't mind, it just came out this way :-) Bastet

Andrew said...

Well, this certainly brightens up my Wednesday. Thank you very much for the prompt.

~Andrew

ccchampagne said...

Late to the party (Happy Thursday everyone), but sometimes the muse can't be rushed!

Sheilagh Lee said...

thank you as always Thom for the prompt

For Belva@ Mainely Mug Ups lovely piece, showing great strength