Sunday, August 21, 2011

Bubbls from M and M

Thank you Marianne and Maisarah for bubbling! :)


  1. "Bubbling" doesn't really work here - it is an actual word.

    Extract from Google Dictionary (typos corrected by me):

    noun /ˈbəbəl/ 
    bubbles, plural

    A thin sphere of liquid enclosing air or another gas

    An air- or gas-filled spherical cavity in a liquid or a solidified liquid such as glass or amber

    A state or feeling that is unstable and unlikely to last
    - many companies enjoyed rapid expansion before the bubble burst
    - he said the plan was a bubble

    A brief, sudden, upward change from a general trend
    - the slide in soybean prices confirmed that Wednesday's rally was just a bubble

    A marine mollusc that typically has a thin scroll-like shell

    A transparent domed cover or enclosure
    - piglets born into a sterile bubble

    A place or position of isolated safety
    - they are not on tour packages seeing foreign ports from a bubble

    @Maisarah - Now I see your secret. You're basically breaking up information into smaller bubbls.

  2. For anyone who's mad at me for posting a mammoth comment, I apologise.

  3. I feel dizzy from reading the cramped words...


  4. @Ivan @MY name is Keane - You mean the bubbls right? Click on the links found in this line:

    Thank you Marianne and Maisarah for bubbling! :)

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  6. @Marianne - Wait, I was quoting a line...

  7. I put dashes in my smileys, like this :-)