RDP Wednesday – MIST

Our prompt for today is “mist”.

What does the word mean to you? Compose a post, and share your interpretation of the day’s prompt in words or pictures. You know the rules. Use “ragtag daily prompt” , “RDP” , and “mist” as tags. Add “photo” if you’re sharing a picture, as specific tags make your posts easier for fellow bloggers to find you. Pingback your posts to this page or copy-paste your links in the comment thread here. And while you’re around, browse through the other posts bloggers have worked on.

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  1. Lovely featured, almost abstract photo. I almost decided on a German interpretation of mist (it means “dung” or “muck” and is often used as an expletive (a very gentle one, possibly comparable with “oh bother!”). 😉

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      1. Yes, that’s one possibility. But here you can also use it as “Mist!” if something goes wrong (rather than using a word with Sch… or the English F-Word is heard quite often these days [it’s always easier swearing in a foreign language]). As a normal discreptive word it just means “dung” as in “dunghill” (Misthaufen) in a farmyard. I always like to use it because it works in English (sounds like “missed”) as in German.

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