Friday, June 5, 2009

Say Wet?

Well well well, what have we here? GAME TIME!

Last week we got so excited over the Spelling Bee that we decided to have three, yes THREE, games dedicated to the linguistical challenge. We're not gonna go over every answer, so here are the highlights:

In our game of Headliners, we liked big A's "Kavya and Champagne to the Winer" but you can't have a misspelled word in a headline about a spelling bee, can you?

Tony's "All Children Left Behind - By Shivashankar" would be a great name for Kavya's autobiography, but not so great for a headline. (It probably wouldn't be a great name for an autobiography either, but we're just being nice.) (Well, we were being nice until we changed our minds in the first set of parentheses).

So the winner for the Spelling Headliners goes to ... Max! "Chand Is Loser, It’s Official" would be a perfect headline. It doesn't mention who won the Bee, and it manages to pick on a kid who will probably hear a lot of that for the rest of his life.

In the round of Bests and Worsts, we asked for the worst word to misspell in the Bee. We got "b", "unpreparedness", "misspelling", "champion", and "home-schooling," but the winner goes to "moron". That would be a tough way to lose on national television. So congrats to Tony for winning that one after coming close in Autobiography Titlers.

Finally, we played a round of Little Known Facts. Those answers tend to be longer than a single word, so check out the comments on your own since they are all pretty funny. We epecially liked Bee-yourslef's answer because we find it amusing when people don't exactly understand our games.

Anyway, the winner of that game goes to DJ for his answer regarding shivalry and Zeb Roid's sister.

And now on to this week!

It's time for another round of the once played PSB Original Game, "Say What?" Well, it's not too original, but all you got to do is come up with a clever caption for the picture and post it in the comments. Here's the picture:

(Remember it from yesterday's post about umbrellas?)

And here's our caption:
I feel like Eeyore. And you're like Tigger if Tigger ever had a flamethrower on his head.

Wanna play? Post your answer in the comments.


  1. In the olden days, before Thomas Edison, this is what ideas looked like.

  2. Rainy Days and Sterno Always Get Me Down

  3. "Someone left the Shlake out in the rain"

  4. Johnny! You burned my sombrero!!

  5. "So, how do you like my St. Jude Halloween costume?"