Welcome, welcome! This idea has been brewing for awhile and I decided to post it now, even before it’s fully cooked, LOL! If you’re willing and able, we’re going to work together on a project called “Words and Pictures.”
It’s long been known that our dictionaries do not include enough words to describe Richard Armitage, his talent, and his characters. So we have had to make words up. One example is the word “chesticles” which means “Richard Armitage’s bare chest.” 😀
So here is your challenge. If you can think of a word (or phrase) that applies to Richard Armitage or one of his characters, please post it with a link to an appropriate image in the comments box below. Also include a short definition. This word need not be of your own making, but it can be one you saw elsewhere. 🙂
The deadline is Monday, March 26 at 12 noon, New York City time.
Here’s an example:
If you have not yet played before, please feel free to jump right in. “All comers, all welcome!” 😀
I really look forward to your contributions. Have fun and good luck!
The results of our collaborative project will be posted sometime next week. Let’s see, shall we? 😉
EDIT: Your contributions need not be in English. All languages are very welcome!!!
NOTE: Thanks for all your submissions. The deadline has passed so please check for your results by Saturday at the latest. I hope to have one bonus post between now and then. 😀