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This is one of those things that goes around on Facebook. Usually I can resist but I gave this one a looksee:

The first word I saw was “LAZY.” After that I quit looking.

True story.

I do see “MENTALRX” so that’s appropriate. Then there’s “PREYPEACEFUL,” not sure what that’s about.

Also, any female who gets “PASSIONATEZ,” I would love to hear from you 😉

Your WRESTLESS, SINCERED, LOYALNLETHARGIC friend Joe

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20 thoughts on “Graph of the Week – Encouragement ??? Through Biblical Words

  1. At first I couldn’t see anything and thought OMG. I’m an airhead. Happily, I finally started to see some words toward the bottom. Slow brain syndome. It took my brain a bit to make something of the chaos. I don’t know though . . .

    Graceful? No way, I’m anything but graceful.
    Polite? Again . . . please. Wait maybe . . . I did say please.
    Sincere? Okay, I’ll own that one.
    AND
    Onero? I thought it was oreo at first. Yeah I’m dyslexic and hungry.

    Maybe there’s something to this. LAMO . . . I mean LMAO.

    Nice to see you got time to post.

  2. Passiontez jumped RIGHT out at me…followed by thoughtfull.. wrestless and bogo (buy one get one). Makes me think facebook needz to look into spellchex!!

  3. Happy. Hard to come by these days, it seems. maybe only it seems that way right now on account of being tired.

    Patient. No. Actually I am anything but.

    Prey. Fits the bill, too often I feel like I am a target for people everywhere I go.

    Peaceful. Quite often I do manage to find peace during my day. then i go lose it and have to find time and space to get it again.

    • Peace is hard to hold on to 24/7 isn’t it?
      It’s not the most well-made puzzle…there are a couple unintentional (I think) words in there. “Prey” for example.

  4. I want to start by saying . . . if you’d rather not participate, I totally understand. I have declined in the past myself. It is kind of a pain in the arse. That said.

    I’m awarding you the Versatile Blogger Award because I like your blog and think others will too. As with everything in life, there are strings attached. 1) You are to give the award to 15 other bloggers you feel are deserving and notify them of the award. 2) Make a post thanking the person that gave you the award (moi’) and listing your 15 choices. Provide links to these 16 blogs in your post. 3) Lastly, in your post, list seven things the bloggy world doesn’t know about you.

    Here is the info I was given for the graphic of the award to be used in your post.

    Personally, I had trouble with it, so feel free to contact me if you need help.

    The bottom line . . . whether you participate or not . . . I think you have a rockin’ blog.

    • Thank you for the honor! Not even sure If I follow 15 blogs so it might take a while to get the list finalized…so many good bloggers out there that need encouragement.
      Thank you for encouraging me MDR! Whether I’m a great blogger or not, there’s no doubt that I have the best readers!

  5. I stared at that heart face so long that I started to sink into a John Nash-like trance, finding words where they didn’t exist. Except they DID exist because it was written all over that face!
    I got as far as Eloquent, Mental, and Dramatic… and then I started… to see… the patterns… OF COURSE!!

  6. @ McCaffery: Hahahaha, I had “prey” too! I told you we are birds of a feather 😀

    I also had “passionatez” “sweet” and “loyal”. Cool little chart, Joe. x.

    • That’s why I love you and McCaffery both so much. Birds of a feather? You’re a couple of flocking geniuses.

      BTW, I didn’t make the chart…just stole it from Facebook.

  7. I saw:

    1. passionate

    2. reserved

    3. naive

    4. sweet

    Now, I’m curious to know if people would get the same results, if there was an actual picture of a human face with these words superimposed on it . I think changing the background image (from white) to different things could lead to some interesting findings.

    • Yes, the actual face would be interesting. Also, if the face was smiling or frowning would people tend to see positive or negative words.
      That would make for a good research project.

  8. Out spoken,outgoing,sweet and the last was insecure.the 3 words really describe me but the last I dont think so.anyway had a great time.

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