Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week


MMMmmmmmmm, oh, Ms, how we love what you do to our lips! Making them tingle in all the right places and working our larynges warmly. And when Ss turn gently into Zs so that our tongues tickle. PHs that sound like Fs. That bottom lip really gets to contact our sharpened top teeth. Then end on an S that could go on for days...Change me into someone desirous of life's simple pleasures.

adj--of, relating to, or existing in a state of matter intermediate between liquid and crystal.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

Boys and Girls. We are here on the verge of seasons and it's humid and the wind blows and sun peeks around the clouds so that girls wear those sunglasses that make the boys melt. Boys and Girls.


We like this word from a couple different angles. Let's first notice that the Spanish word "calor" is present, as in "hot". Oh, yeah. Yes, that first C is HARD. Short A just after it then that L that we all love so much. That L lets our tongues play against the backs of our front top teeth. We could almost bite our tongues as they scrape across. Then let the L pull into that O and R as you cock one eyebrow up in the way that you look across the bar at that shining young thing whose body is swaying just perfectly to the music. This word is so finely sewn together that we can hardly separate the syllables. So we'll roll that R right into the ESC. Oh, S how you tease us with your serpentine ways! We get pushed by that soft C into the E that sounds almost like a short I. And here's my favourite part: N and T as one beautiful combination. You know how we like our Ts. Hard and sure. T! Not TUH! Just T!

--noun. Incandescence caused by absorption of radiation having a frequency below that of visible light.

Look at all those sexy words! Wowza. Yeah, we found another sexy sounding word with a sexy definition. You. Are. Welcome.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

It's warming up. You should have lost all that winter pudge by now. You should be getting ready to wear that cute little two-piece. You should know that I'd prefer you don't wear that two-piece. You know how I prefer you to show up everytime.


We love S words. (Scimitar, that's an S word. Saber.) And when a word's first syllable is 'suck', there's just no avoiding it. So we've determined that the first C is hard. Then the second must make our S sound for the transition. I'm going to let you make a decision on your own, my lovelies. You may make the E long or short. I've found that short makes it slightly more possible to stress the next syllable but do what you will. Just be sure that the D starts a syllable, it does not end one. It's with the long A. Day! Then that sensuous N. Feel your tongue on the roof of your mouth and relish it. Then push off hard as your mouth curves around the long E. Then drop your jaw for that last schwa sound which you may hold as long as desired.

Want an alternate ending? Okay: Succedaneum. This one can be really nice, too, because you can make that U almost long as opposed to the drab schwa. Then your lips will almost pucker as you hit that M and hold it as if you were enjoying the last bite of that mint chocolate chip ice cream that got slightly melty as you walked in the park beside that girl with the long brown hair and freckles on her shoulders.

Want to know what this Latin word means? It's such a simple one.

noun--a substitute.

I'm hoping you guys can figure that one version is the plural form.