Six Word Story #160

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Best blogs are always somewhat slapdash… (Embrace the chaos- it’s fun)

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29 responses to “Six Word Story #160”

  1. Not slapdash exactly, good appears effortless 😉

  2. When does slapdash become fully apathetic

    1. Sometimes very quickly and sometimes never 🤷🏽‍♀️

  3. But hey, so are best people.

  4. He slapdash the test… never again…

    1. He learnt his lesson…

  5. That ‘s a challeng: six worded comments.
    (Oh I just did it)

    1. You sure did!

  6. Aim for slapdash in every post 💕

    1. Haha same here!

      1. 🤣 can’t always make it but it’s a good objective 💕

  7. Being slapdash hurts, but it works.

  8. A slipshod photographer watching blank film😉

    1. Ooh good one!

  9. My life is a slapdash effort!

    1. Same here lol!

  10. my blog is definitely slipshod, and hazardous to readers..

    1. And I love it 😂

  11. Wow, don’t know this word and it sounds really like in a state of hurry. I mean slap and dash, each with a hint of quickness and hurrying to it. I tried to emulate those people who are super organized before, only to realize that my life is so much different from theirs. It makes me who I am today…

    1. Yeah that’s exactly what I thought too when I first read the word. Especially since it has “dash” in it which is always associated with hurrying. I actually enjoy having somewhat of an unorganized life these days lol. Keeps it exciting I think.

  12. When I created my blogs, I did not want them to be haphazard, or slipshod, so I took my time and created them to be inspiring. Slapdash sounds like something put together in a rushed, and hurried manner; effortless. Thanks for sharing those words with us. I am going to look more into them just to get a better understanding of the meaning behind them. Have a wonderful day. Stay safe.

    1. Thanks so much and have a wonderful and safe day too.

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