Well, it had to be done, didn't it? And since this is both the first and last post, I have won. Thank you all.
One must make hay when the sun shines.
A party a day keeps the doldrums away.
Don't know the right saying for
celebrate a party when it appears (free translation)
Celebrate the parties as they come? I can't think of an English equivalent. But it's a great saying. I shall mention it in my winner's speech.
I think the English equivalent is "Smell the roses as you pass along the way".
Thanks for writing the speech for me!
I did write it for you. I wanted to rub it in that I am victorious.
Er, no. My speech, my victory, my win. All mine. (Yippee!)
There is no "I" in loser.
I wouldn't know.
For what do I need an "I" in loser? Mainly who is interested in "I"'s in loser? I really thought the word, we don't dare to say, is written with two "o". Means, I can't be that, what I'm (by a hair's breadth) not able to write.
Puh!! What I wan't to say to you is: I'm the winner !
This is a looser definition than I'm familiar with, so I'll just settle for saying that the Prize is mine!
Ah, you losers can't even spell. It's a good thing I, the winner, can. So I'll just take that p-r-i-z-e, thank you.
N-o-t s-o, i-t i-s m-i-n-e.
*sigh* Four letters is a very big challenge, little Moff, isn't it? I am suitably impressed. But you'll have to do better than that to spell "w-i-n-n-e-r".
I'm up to that:
A nice name, possibly even better than "Kevin", so, good for you!
I spring for a *y* and loan the letters from Post 4503
Ah, yes, but seven is a bit hard for him, Gesine. He had to use the dictionary for six letters, and that's as high as he can count.
A six letter word like - eehh - WINNER??
Not allowed. I already used that one. My word, my reality.
I little dodging and a little burning and you'll see me picking up the prize in the photograph. hehehe
There is a saying, "Cheats never prosper", Manoel. Altering a photo will not win you the prize. No, I am last, and I own it.
Sorry Dez, but I'd like to introduce you to a six-letter word that you can make all your own:
There's only one true winner - me!
It's a good thing you are related to the Maine Coons or you'd be limited to five letters, wouldn't you, Moffy? Then you could make l-o-s-e-r your own little prize word. And what's wrong with a wooden spoon, I ask you? Nothing, as long as it's yours.
Well, let's try eight letters. The wooden spoon is