The Alphabet

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  1. #2771
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    Yeah, and this has got to be one of if not the longest continuously running Alphabet Photo games around. I mean: 3.5 years, 2,759 posts, 44,118 views... Wow.

    I personally like the short phrases in addition to the single words, e.g., "Zesty Cat" or "Yippee, no school!" (thank you They add another dimension to the creativity, in my view. And when I go back to Page #1, they were right there from the start. And personally again, I prefer this style (capturing the essence of the Subject) to the more literal one (showing the Letter in nature). Although there's more than one person making a nice business from selling custom Alphabet Photo words as display art.

    So I've got a couple Waiting in the Wings (and not "W"s!).

    Quote Originally Posted by marionet View Post
    I think it's nice to have new pictures for Alphabet but I think that's sort of a more personal challenge and not really necessary for the game. I think not using a picture you've used before for the same letter is a good practice except maybe sometimes for Q, X, Z, and a few others but Rincewind found a way around that by using phrases in addition to single words. I believe the most important thing - and the most fun - is to keep the cycles cycling.

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    I do remember a stretch were "extra credit" was awarded for a double.


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    behind all the discernible concatenations, there remains something subtle, intangible and inexplicable.
    Veneration for this force beyond anything that we can comprehend is my religion.”
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    We seem to be hung up on that dreaded Q. Let's call this one Quest for Fish, or even Quiet time on the Bay

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    R = Reflections (more than one! You can even see me, if you look closely!)


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    If you're wearing a headdress and holding a small gasoline nozzle in your right hand and a bar of taffy in your left, I see you clearly in the red area, Sue. Other than that...

    Soap


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandpa View Post
    I do remember a stretch were "extra credit" was awarded for a double.
    Right! I'd forgotten.

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    .. Nice promo shot Bill' .. reminded me of the "Dove" soap commercials when we were kid's*
    1/4' cup cleansing cream. ---> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QyiGMmmN38

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    Looking Up to the sky

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