Saturday, January 31, 2009

Alliterative Adjectives

So, on Thursday, I was part of a group that did a get-to-know-you introduction game. Using alliteration, give your name and an adjective or animal that works with your name. It worked out well for Adorable Annah and Brilliant Brittany, but for someone who loves words and has an extensive vocabulary at her disposal, I couldn't think of anything appropriate for a church setting.

The only adjectives I could think of:
Tantalizing
Tempting
Titillating
Teasing

I know--awful, right? I mean, if we were playing a bar game, and I was trying to pick up someone by dropping anvils on their head, sure, but not at a scripture study class. So finally, I just said, "TRu-Tigger."

Thinking about it later, I could still only come up with Tempestuous T as the least awkward.

After a quick Google search, I am annoyed by the fact that my brain completely ignored:
Tasteful
Talented
Tested
Tough
Tender
Talkative
Teachable
Traditional (Family History oriented)
Transparent
Tuneful
Truthful
Trendy

Some work more than others and wouldn't have been too egocentric. Sheesh. Any others I should add to the list for next time?

3 comments:

Lady Holiday said...

Terrific

Karen (but sometimes Chris) said...

Tenacious. Of course, you would've had every right to go with any one of your unfiltered ideas. You always were my favorite Temptress. . .

Don & Tess said...

Rebellious Ruch.

;)

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