RDP Saturday – ZIP

Ragtag Daily Prompt of the day : zip
Saturday, November 17, 2018

Create a new post inspired by today’s prompt. Feel free to be inspired to write fiction, nonfiction or create photos, art.

Another verb.  Have fun with it


1. fasten with a zipper.
2. Computing – compress (a file) so that it takes less space in storage.
3. informal – move at high speed.

1. British – a zipper.
denoting something fastened by a zipper.
modifier noun: zip
“a zip pocket”
2. informal – energy; vigor.
“he’s full of zip”
3. nothing at all.

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Note:  My apologies once again.





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      1. you can always do it today. Of course, then the zip might be ironical but that’s might fault, lol.

        btw, everyone, Martha has published a new book, The Pric. I’m to review it in a couple of days. Yay! (btw, Martha, haven’t received the review copy yet.)

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      2. I can’t write that prompt. It makes me remember teaching English as a Second Language and my Arab students who let me know what that word means in Arabic. It’s pretty funny, but no. 😉

        I sent the review copy right away after getting your email so now I’m worried… Let me give it another shot…


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