a dictionary bwa ha hathats me!!!
My favorite have to be Keep Calm and Merry On. Very adequate for this season. Dragon Hugs!
I once got a dictionary for Christmas and this was before FB. I'm a horrible speller. Happy holidays!
The Elf on the Shelf is creepy!! And I know a lot of people who should get dictionaries for Christmas. ;)Merry Christmas, Christine!
That's a really cool tree.The ones I featured from RiffTrax were funny to me. I wonder how many people will get a branch with Groot on it in their stocking now?
Hi Christine - fun ideas to look at .. and yes a dictionary is a definite requirement for all of us .. Cheers Hilary
I love my huge Oxford Dictionary. However, one does need to be able to spell to actually benefit from it. As a teacher it used to really irritate me when a fellow teacher told a student to look a word up in the dictionary if he/she couldn't spell it. How on earth can they find a word they can't spell. Doh!!Great post, Christine.
Those are good! Yes, the Elf on the Shelf is kind of creepy. Now kids are giving them names. There are boy ones and girl ones, and they spy on the kids for Santa. My student told me she named hers, Sparkle. She's convinced that Sparkle is alive.
That Dalek tree is awesome.
I fondly remember the year I got a big dictionary for Christmas. I still have it even though I haven't opened it in five or six years! I also have my thesaurus which sat beside my computer for several years.
Ok, that Dalek tree is fantsmagorical! Love it!!
oops, fantasmagorical. The a makes a difference! lol.
yours are way better than mine. especially the first because we all know it's totally true!!!
Dictionaries can be great gifts. : )