Flangiprop!

#32: Invent a definition for the word “flangiprop,” then use the word in a post.

Flangiprop: to stumble or fall over whilst holding something fragile, yet not having dropped and/or broken said fragile item.

I have never been able to flangiprop and it is something I hope to master, subsequently adding it my long list of specific skills. I think the way forward with this is to work on my core strength and balance ability, in the hope that I’ll trip less. Failing this, I will then look at taking lessons on how not to drop/throw items in moments of surprise or shock … should such classes exist! Even though failing flangiprop’s is not something I do often, it would still be a really handy skill to have when such occasion arises. Maybe, to practise, I should place several glasses on a tea tray (of course not fastened in any way, shape or form … cheats never succeed!) and pop a pair of skates on … surely that should improve my flangipropability and I’d soon be on the road to becoming a flangiprop queen!

P.s. I can’t wait to read other peoples definitions of this!

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4 thoughts on “Flangiprop!

  1. Pingback: 365 Days of Writing Challenge: Day 32 | Nicole Sloan's Writing

    • Of course – the more interactivity the better! Hmm, back in the days when I still didn’t know what to do with my life career wise, I was always a half empty kinda girl. Now that I’ve found my passion in life and am on the right path, which is partly thanks to WordPress making a regular appearance in each of my days, I can now happily say that I am a glasses half full girl! 😀 (who also plans to keep on filling it right to the top!) x

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