It just crossed my mind that sometimes you can form sentences out of the tags under blog posts. Ok, maybe my mind wanders a lot, but at least it gets out now and then. Anyhow, here’s the rules of the game:
- You must use all the tag words in a given post, words may not be duplicated.
- You must form a grammatically correct sentence, or a plausible newspaper-style headline sentence.
- You may add your own punctuation.
- Optionally, you may chose to allow pluralization / depluralization of available words.
- One point is awarded for the first sentence you can come up with from a given blog post’s tags. Two points if you can make a second unique sentence. Three points for the third sentence, and so on.
- There is no time limit, no competition, and no way to win – you can lose however, but only if you don’t play.
Here are some examples, using the tags from some recent posts:
Tags: early, insomnia, morning, sucks.
This is a very easy one, it becomes “Early morning insomnia sucks.”
Tags: army, battle, fish, rebellion, snail.
This one makes a good newspaper headline: “Fish army battle snail rebellion!”
There you go! Now you try – but not with this blog post, the tags suck.