July 3rd, 2021

Hawaii Five 0::team::Ohana

Drabble/Icon Challenge .:. Day 33!


Every day you will see a post with 4 prompts like so: 1. a place, 2. a color, 3. an action and 4. a random word.

All you have to do is create an icon or a drabble (or more) for that day using at least one (or more) of the prompts.

There are no other rules! Any fandom/s (or none); any character/s; a one-off each day or a continuous story for several days; post it one day at a time, post 7 creations altogether once a week, or just post in one lump at the end! It's all up to you. Take the prompts and run with them; no interpretation is wrong!

Day 33
1. a place: College
2. a color: Off-White
3. an action: Eat
4. a random word: Fire

Feel free to leave suggestions on this post. All comments are screened.

Good luck and have fun!

Weekend Challenge

OMG y'all. I am so sorry! I KNEW I had this weekend... but I'm not working Fridays right now and I just couldn't get the day down. Soooo y'all can have an extra day (if it's okay) and if you post something by Friday I'll add some words to one of my WIPs. I've got 20 prompts... December holiday movies so give me a number 1-20 and I'll give you the title of a movie to use how ever you want.

Happy writing!
Hawaii Five 0::team::Ohana

Word of the Day 07/03/21 Fustigate

Fustigate (verb)
fustigate [ fuhs-ti-geyt ]

verb (used with object), fus·ti·gat·ed, fus·ti·gat·ing.
1. to cudgel; beat; punish severely.
2. to criticize harshly; castigate: a new satire that fustigates bureaucratic shilly-shallying.

fus·ti·ga·tion, noun
fus·ti·ga·tor, noun
fus·ti·ga·to·ry [fuhs-ti-guh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee], adjective

bash, clobber, pummel, whack, bludgeon, excoriate, chastise, denounce, chide, blame, censure, castigate, reprimand, blast, condemn, pound, beat, hammer, cudgel, clout

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Origin: 1650–60; < Late Latin fūstīgātus, past participle of fūstigāre to cudgel, derivative of Latin fūstis cudgel; for formation, see fumigate

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.