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Thursday, April 26, 2012

A to Z Blogging Challenge-W


The Wow Factor
According to my urban dictionary the Wow Factor is a distinctive appeal that an object, behavior or person has on others.  So I started thinking about what or who has WOWED me lately?

 WMagazine kind of WOWED me this month, and  I guess it's because in one issue there was an article about the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. And in a current issue you can watch Nicole Kidman's screen tests. Very WOW.



If you've read my blog, you know that Andy wows me a lot, so I have to mention him in this WOW post. He doesn't have to do a screen test for me. He can be in my cast any day.


I kind of like cars with the WOW Factor, but I have a wide range when it comes to what WOWs me in this category.

This one is for the nostalgic WOW in me and . . .

this one's for the more modern WOW. 
That's my husband inspecting the interior of this beauty. He kind of WOWs me, too!


Okay, share your idea of what or who has the WOW Factor. 






20 comments:

  1. My wife wows me. And I'm not big into cars, but the Bugatti Veyron wows me. Shame I don't have a spare 1.5 million dollars...

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  2. Well, i'm pretty excited for Next Week's The Avenger's movie, so i'd definitely say that has the WOW factor for me

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  3. I'm a simple man who lives on a farm so WoW factors are abundant.
    Right now we are having our first big rainy day and it's thundering and hailing at the same time. That's a huge WOW. Thunder in Cape Town is a rarity and hail almost unheard of. One of my hen's babies hatched yesterday, nine little babies, wow. And so on and so on. :)
    Like I said, a simple man, easily pleased.
    Blessings from a cold, thundery Cape Town, Geoff.

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  4. I went to the SCBWI Writer's Days last weekend and WOW! I mean, really, it was worth several wows.

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  5. Lady Gaga - Absolute Wow Factor.

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  6. I Wow when I see my little grandbaby on Skype. I wow when I see a flowing river, as we don't have them in Cyprus.

    Loved your post, and the Nicole interview.

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  7. Ooh E-type Jags are my WOW factor too. Also Brad Pitt and George Clooney - Yummy-wow!

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  8. Hello, C. Lee! Zebras have the WOW factor for me. They're so beautiful and unique in the wild!

    Have a lovely week and happy A to Z!!

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  9. My daughter lost her first tooth today. She's almost 6. I looked at her, and her toothless grin and said "Wow." Growing up so fast... (: Great post.

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  10. I use that word a lot with my teaching! I've said it quite a few times today when we worked with elapsed time and they got it! a high 5 and a 'wow' is reward enough!

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  11. Some people really drip that wow factor. I guess that's what makes them stars. I'm wowed every time I look up at the sky at night.

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  12. I'll join you in your wow of Andy.

    Teresa

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  13. Every morning when I look out th window over the Caribbean Ocean. WOW!

    This post was pretty Wow. Great Job.

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  14. Today I listened to Sylvia Pippen, a Hawaiian quilter. She brought these beautiful quilts and talked about her 96-year-old mother who was a better quilter than she is. Wow! Makes me want to post a picture! http://www.sylvia-pippen.com/

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  15. I WOW! at little and big things. I most recently wowed at my best friend's photos from her trip with her father to Antarctica. They were amazing. And we've been friends since third grade and still amazingly close which is another Wow!

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  16. My husband and boys make me shout "WOW!" quite often! Julie

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  17. That is a cool modern car.

    I've seen a few screen tests. I find them interesting.

    Great WOW post.

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  18. What a nice words about your husband.

    Nicole Kidman looks gorgeous.

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  19. those are all wow worthy! i love nicole kidman, she's awesome!

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