Monday, March 21, 2016

woller

So far we have only had .14" of rain this year but when Javier came in for dinner yesterday, he obviously had found some mud to woller in... 68,79,38,0,B

9 comments:

Rita B. said...

Javier is a cutie.

bigfoot said...

It's "waller"...not "woller"

(damn yankees...)

Ronald Mahan said...

Let's see now? Neither "waller" nor "woller" - can be found in Webster's dictionary. The correct word is "wallow" -with the meaning - "To roll about, as in mud." I don't believe John or Bigfoot won any spelling contest today - but they were both close enough for Terlingua!

John Wells said...

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=woller

Margery Bills said...

TY Ronald. :-)

Janet said...

I'll go with Webster too -- "wallow" I never used the word "woller" before, but then it is in an Urban dictionary. My mom was a country gal from Alabama and used the word "wallow" but sometimes she accused us of "wallering" around in our beds when we were children. Well, you say tom-ah-to and I say tom-a-toe, let's call the whole thing off.

George Alexander said...

Who doesn't enjoy a good wobbler in the mud.

Joel White said...

John's blog, his spelling......;)

(Old Newspaper saying - " Never argue with the man who buys his ink (electrons) in a drum" )

Wyowanderer said...

What Joel said.