Friday, February 16, 2007


Good Friday...Auh! The weekend is here!

I've got some exciting news, our Christian Fiction Blog Alliance Store is up and running. The product selection is still small but it will grow in the coming weeks. Stop by and visit!

I love this list of 50 Oxymorons! Enjoy the weekend

Act naturally
Found missing
Resident alien
Advanced BASIC
Genuine imitation
Airline Food
Good grief
Same difference
Almost exactly
Government organization
Sanitary landfill
Alone together
Legally drunk
Silent scream
British fashion
Living dead
Small crowd
Business ethics
Soft rock
Military Intelligence
Software documentation
New York culture
New classic
Sweet sorrow
"Now, then ..."
Synthetic natural gas
Christian Scientists
Passive aggression
Taped live
Clearly misunderstood
Peace force
Extinct Life
Temporary tax increase
Plastic glasses
Terribly pleased
Computer security
Political science
Tight slacks
Definite maybe
Pretty ugly
Twelve-ounce pound cake
Diet ice cream
Rap music
Working vacation
Exact estimate
Friendly Fire

And the Number one top OXY-Moron,

1. Microsoft Works


  1. Bernita said...
    You've just about covered the ground, Bonnie!
    Unknown said...
    I love that picture.

    One of my favorite oxymorons...
    Jumbo Shrimp
    Paris David said...
    Oooooo...some of those are just wickedly funny.

    Happy weekend,
    Leon said...
    Hehe, Oxymorons keep word lovers in stitches and politicians in office.

    I finally got around to your help group question.

    lindley (: said...
    found your url through blogger group help. =)

    love the oxymorons. xD
    Donnetta said...
    Hi, Bonnie. Found your blog through a comment you left for Bernita. I am enjoying reading...You strike me as a really nice person. And that's a big deal! Donnetta
    Anonymous said...
    Oh So Funny!
    God Bless You!
    Anonymous said...
    I luv anything with moron in it!
    There are lots here for those interested.
    Valerie said...
    GREAT POST!!!!
    Made me laugh. Especially the picture. Now can you imagine using all those oxymorons in a piece of fiction. That would be a fun and crazy project. :)

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