The ALL SEASONS post of June 3-6 is below this one!
Scroll down to the marine blue part and click on the first of the column
of blog posts listed:)
Happy that Debbie told us all what a Oojamaflip is – where you temporarily forget the name of something. In neuropsychology it is a condition that is called “a word finding problem,” lol! McKenzie was very clever, kept saying “her head was cold “(while eating an ice -cream). Her dad filled in “It’s a brain freeze:)”
One Word Sunday
Tree in Old Town San Diego
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LOL! Our little man is has discovered Brain Freeze while having ice cream. 🙂 I’d never heard of that word oojamaflip before, and I was a lot of British TV. I guess they use only the most common slang on the telly.
Ha ha! I often have that “word finding problem” Great entry, Jesh
I love the look of that tree. But that first picture is amazing – that put a smile on my face.
Yeah, I’m on some days also battling my memory
Can’t remember if I replied on this comment (my top right “bell” does not work anymore, and finally have found a way to answer to reply to wordpress people in a quick way – from the comments page:) Ah, yes, brain freexe can be quite frightening for the first time. The only UK-English thing we watch is Father Brown – to satisfy hubby’s like for mysteries.
I like Father Brown too and watch it every week. They don’t use too much British slang in that show.
Eastenders does though, and now I can’t get it anymore.
At what time is Eastenders – I don’t think I know that show (channel?)
It used to be on our local PBS channel 54, but they lost the licensing so I wasn’t able to view it anymore. I’m years behind now.
I was hooked on that soap opera. I learned slang words like Gutted, gobsmacked, and chuffed. I never heard Omajamflip. 🙂
Oh, didn’t know these were UK slag words- thought it was American:):)
Used to love Eastenders and still watch Coronation Street. Much prefer British TV to North American.