The Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: Antimacassar

The prompt for today is Antimacassar.

How many ways you can find to interpret the prompt? I wonder how many of you have an antimacassar in your house? Will it bring back memories? This could be prompt an easy one for our photographers and our writers, who are quite creative, can weave words around the prompt.

Your fabulous post can be anything – poetry, prose, a drawing, a photograph, wherever the word Antimacassar send you.

Compose a post on your interpretation of “ Antimacassar ” and go wild. You know the rules. Use #RagtagDailyPrompt #RDP or #Photography as tags. Pingback your posts to this page or copy-paste your links in this posts comment thread. And while you’re around, browse through the thoughts and ideas of the posts other bloggers have created.

Just read, write, click, share. We love to hear and see it all!

Ragtag Daily Prompt, RDP

30 Comments

  1. I am so proud that I actually knew this word before you used it as a prompt – I had looked it up when I was reading a Conan Doyle story, I think 🙂 Nevertheless: we don’t have one.

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  2. The last place I saw antimacassars actually being used was in China on the trains in the 1970’s. They were the old crocheted fancy kind Grandmas used to make. Guess they’ve now gone the way of “Wildroot Cream Oil, Charlie!”

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  3. Reading through some of the comments I just realised although we don’t call them antimacassar anymore the principle is still used in airlines with those disposable throws.

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