Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Spelling Bee

Announcer: The word is “Demoralized”.

Contestant: “Demoralized”. Can I have the definition please?

Announcer: “Demoralized” To have one’s confidence undermined, to be disheartened.

Contestant: “Demoralized”. Can I hear it used in a sentence please?

Announcer: “Demoralized” After a long day at the office she felt “demoralized” when her family turned up their collective nose picked at her homemade, cooked from scratch dinner.

Contestant: “Demoralized”, D-E-M-O-R-A-L-I-Z-E-D, “Demoralized”.

Announcer: Correct.

7 comments:

Swirl Girl said...

"Hello ? Domino's?"

Shelley said...

Bad form, Precious Family, bad form. Well, since they didn't appreciate your efforts, I'm assuming that Precious Youngest will be cooking dinner tomorrow night?

Ree said...

You are soooooo funny. I'm sorry though. After 4 days of living in a hotel, I'd LOVE a homecooked meal.

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

I would have "moralized" you if you cooked me dinner.

Holly (me.) said...

Cook for some people who do not live with you on occasion. I have found that those who do not live here tend to appreciate my cooking, and if they are eating said meal with my family it tends to mean no one else is crappy about the food I shopped for, prepared, and graciously served. Because doing so would make 'em look like [bleeping bleeps].

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

That? Made me laugh. I SO identified with that picking at dinner part.

Madame Queen said...

That is dinner at my house. Every. Day.