Monday, April 22, 2013

A-toZ Blogging Challenge. The Affliction of Supercilious+ness



The brainchild of Arlee Bird, at Tossing it Out

Superciliousness



Is that a real word? If not, it should be. Or am I being supercilious?

One thing I know for sure is that all cats have the supercilious gene. Either that or they've just come into money and are waiting to see your expression when you find out.
The cat box need attention.

I'm not in the mood right now. Come back later.

I've got my limb. Go find your own.


This un-supercilious blog hop is brought to you by:
The Madlab Post (Nicole Ayers)
Tossing It Out (Arlee Bird)
Amlokiblogs (Damyanti Biswas)
Alex J. Cavanaugh (Alex J. Cavanaugh)
Life is Good (Tina Downey)
Cruising Altitude 2.0 (DL Hammons)
Retro-Zombie (Jeremy Hawkins)
The Warrior Muse (Shannon Lawrence)
The QQQE (Matthew MacNish)
Leave it to Livia (Livia Peterson)
No Thought 2 Small (Konstanz Silverbow)
Breakthrough Blogs (Stephen Tremp)
Spunk on a Stick (L. Diane Wolfe)

We also have a Facebook page, email address 2012azinfo@gmail.com, and the Twitter hashtag is #AtoZChallenge.  Join in. 

49 comments:

  1. My latest addition is like a 2 year old when he doesn't get his way (like when I'm shooing him off the counter); he actually growls like I shouldn't be the boss of him! Hello? Who's puttin' food in your dish?

    great picks and captions :)

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    1. They start so young with attitude. It's in preparation for adolescence.

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  2. That is just a fun word to say. It's like it's own tongue twister lol!

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    1. I seem to be into tongue twisters during this AtoZ Challenge.

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  3. Cats are brilliant at giving the look.

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  4. I think that word nails exactly why cats and I don't get along well.

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    1. Oh, that's just the dragon in you talking.

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  5. I love that word, Super-silly-ous-ness. :) That can be me sometimes, but not like the cats.
    Happy S day!
    tm

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    1. I know. We simply can't match that cat look, try as we may.

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  6. cats really are supersilly :)

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  7. Try saying that three times without adding an extra "ness" on the end!
    LOVE those pics. Such beautiful, superciliousness looks on their faces. :)

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    1. We seem to be into cats today, Laura. Of course, you're into them for the whole month--which I love BTW!

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  8. Love the captions with the cats. :-) I think that's why I love dogs. Their look always says, "Wanna be my friend?"

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    1. Dogs are pushovers. You have work at being friends with cats.

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  9. I seem to recall a line from the HMS Pinafore about a supercilious sneer. I picture someone looking like they've smelled something REALLY bad. :D

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    1. Sneer goes with supercilious as no other word can!

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  10. Loved this!Supercillious, so fun to say ;)
    Cats really know how to make us feel a tad inferior sometimes, like they know so much more than the fools staring at them lol

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  11. Fun pictures. I used to have a cat I loved. I agree with Barbara that dogs have such sweet looks. I'm now a total dog fan. Love this word too.

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    1. I kind of like a mix of canine and feline--sort of a different ying and yang!

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    1. I some ways they are. My cat is the only one enjoying the sun on the deck right now. She's sure I'm nuts staying inside.

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  13. Love the pics... from the woman to the kitties...

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  14. lol... i love it! Maybe thats why my cats always gave me those looks--they were sitting on millions!!
    I love how you always feel privileged when they sit with you.

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  15. I want a cat SO bad! But I'm so allergic and I have 2 annoying little dogs(that I adore and spoil but they are annoying.)

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  16. Yup, cats and that word go hand in hand, or is that paw?

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  17. Ah the, "what you want humon" face.

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  18. I like that word. And yes, cats have some kind of untoward conspiracy going on. I KNOW they do.

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  19. Ah yes, my human friend. A super silly pawsting. Watch out for cats. They have evil plans. You have been warned and please stay alert.

    With concern,

    Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar!

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  20. The cat pictures are hilarious. They do have quite the facial expressions! :)
    ~Jess

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  21. It's like all cats are in on some secret that they're not telling us :)

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  22. I love how expressive cats can be. They say everything with their eyes!

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  23. My favorite cat look is, "Turn your back. I dare you."

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  24. I love your word theme and the cat pics are awesome :)

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  25. My cats can go from sweet to supercilious fast.

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  26. A mighty fine word... but for some reason I thought you'd pick serendipity today ;)

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  27. If I'm not smiling I could be mistaken for being this. But I just keep to myself and really not unsociable. --Haha, the first cat pic is perfect!!

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  28. I would not want to get on the bad side of any of those cats! Great "S" word!

    Julie

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  29. I have to say I'm more of a dog person. :) They have supersnuggliness.

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  30. Hi Lee Great word, love the lady photo - she does look smug .. and the leopard just got the cream - Cornish by the look of him ... certainly not Pond Pudding ... he'd be airing his throat to rid himself of the lemon!

    Cheers Hilary

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