BBBC #16 – Stupid, Weird, or Silly

Yet another prompt that doesn’t lend itself to a let’s-do-this-first-thing-in-the-morning sorta plan.

“Stupid, weird, or silly thing you did today, on purpose or accidentally.”

Sadly, I didn’t do one thing today that would qualify as stupid, weird, or silly.

But I did see a fun picture on Facebook that I snagged to modify for my own purpose.


I put “Blog” where “imaginary” used to be. Because I know you all are real people.

I guess some might find that image stupid, weird, and/or silly, but I thought it cried out to be added to my blog as soon as it popped up on my screen.

I’m still behind on my reading. I hope to catch up with everyone soon.

Oh, hey, by the way… the month is half over already. 🙂


See how other BBBC 2016 participants
interpreted today’s prompt.

How did the other brave, bold bloggers respond and/or interpret this daily challenge? See for yourself!

  • Richard of Richard’s Page
  • Rachael (aka Fuzzy) of
  • Steve of Scooter In The Sticks
  • Mark of
  • David of Life on Two Wheels
  • Dar aka Princess Scooterpie

If there’s no link in the above list, that blogger hadn’t yet posted at the time of my writing. I’ll do an update as soon as I can. You can always use the link to each blogger’s home page in the list provided below.

10 Replies to “BBBC #16 – Stupid, Weird, or Silly”

    1. Richard, you have just figured out how to keep life interesting. Wanna know what’s really stupid, weird, and silly? Being serious all the time. What fun is there in that?

  1. Sooo, is it just your assessment that you didn’t do anything that would qualify as stupid, weird, or silly, or did you source that from those who know you best? Because, well, others might disagree. Some just might declare that you did at least one weird or silly thing today, ToadMama. What’s the word on the street?

    Here’s to hoping that your day didn’t end without your tossing some weirdness or silliness into the big, wide world around you. 🙂

    1. Ry, “never ask a question if you don’t REALLY want to know the answer” is a lesson I learned a long time ago. So, no, I didn’t ask. Besides, stupid, weird, and silly are all relative terms.

      It was a completely normal, uneventful day. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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