Silly word challenge

sillytortoiseI’m still in a playful mood after my Black & White photo challenge, so I want to see what else we can play online. Have you ever played the game where one person says silly words, and if the other person laughs or chuckles, then they lose? Let’s try that here.

I will give a list of words and if any of them make you laugh, snort, giggle or snigger, then I win and you must click the “Like” button. Otherwise, you win. OK? Let’s start.

Mongoose. Camel. Snorkel. Ostrich. Boobs. Electrify. Disambiguation. Oscillate. Twiddle. Rambunctious. Distend. Ambidextrous. Juggle. Pontificate. Extraneous. Crocodile. Disenfranchise. Bazooka. Narwhal. Lozenge. Boson. Bifurcation. Burger. Antidisestablishmentarianism. Ocelot. Rabid. Mango. Saskatchewan.

OK, did I win? If yes, click “Like”. If not, feel free to leave a comment below, or just feel smug for the rest of the day.

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23 responses to “Silly word challenge

  1. Metagrobolized by your boobs Steve.

  2. My turn:

    Copula, cornichon, fallacy, onomatopoeia, uranus, kumquat, abreast, bangers, mash, dangling participle.

  3. Boobs always make me chuckle. Pontificate always makes me angry. I’m split on bifurcation, though.

  4. You lost me at snorkel …

  5. I oscillated between bosons and burgers. You get my like.

  6. NotAPunkRocker

    Twiddle. Hee hee! 😀

  7. I’ve found that “water buffalo” really does it for second graders, and “aardvark” is pretty successful with college students. I have no idea why.

  8. Geez…I didn’t even make it to the list. I was already a bit giggly at “laugh, snort, giggle or snigger.” Apparently lists of laughing words are all it takes. 😀

    Teehee…boobs. 😉

  9. Giggle and snigger make me snort too.

  10. Pondering the term antidisestablishmentarianism, my lack of floccinaucinihilipilification here, with the associated laughing, snorting, giggling, or sniggering might possibly result in Honorificabilitudini-tatibus, if I’m not careful.

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