Welcome to all you wonderful wordsmiths who, at this stage, are also weary, washed-out, wrecked worrywarts and waffling along to the end of the challenge. Well done to all you whacky, wise-crack writers who are wavering and wringing your hands in wild wonder as you whoooooooosh warmheartedly across the blogoverse. Wow! Three days left. Whoopee! *whistles*
Yóu xì bî mò fãn yì fei huà……..
— is an old Chinese philosophy which refers to somebody who has the innate ability to decipher unusual words.
(you can read the details about this challenge and the competition running throughout the month of April)
The word for Day 23 is—
The thumping sound in my brain as it drains, minute-by-minute, trying to cope with the A to Z madness… WAQ–if WAQ–if WAQ–if WAQ–if WAQ–if WAQ–if WAQ–if……..
So that's my definition. What's yours? Post it in the comment box below. Remember you stand to win a prize.