Wednesday, April 8, 2009


Word: non sequitur

Come on, this one is kind of Easy-smeezy but give a guess, come on try your hand at it - without googling it first.

Then come back around 3:00 pm to see the answer.


Bish Denham said...

I LOVE the cartoon Non Sequitur! I think literally it means, does not follow. A comment, following a conversation that doesn't make sense, that's illogical.

Christina Farley said...

All I can think of is non sequence so it would be something out of sequence?

Kelly said...

I was thinking along the same lines as Christina...something not sequential...

Angela said...

I'm glad you posted this word...I only know of it in context (like people saying it to me "that was a non seqhoweveryouspellit")

But from what I means going off on a tangent or "that came out of left feild" Throwing something into the mix that doesn't exactly fit. Though I can see how it fits.

A crit partner said that about the ending to one of my pb mss when I first started writing and subbing. And I was down in the dumps because I'd already sent it in for a conference ms review.

It ended up with a big editor who LOVED THE SURPRISE ENDING!

I think I need to pull that ms out again!!!

Kim --- can you tell me how to pronounce it?

Rena said...

I nominated you for an award -- :)

BTW -- no idea. I'd have to look that one up. Ugh.

Kim Kasch said...

Thanks for playing along gals.

Angela: It's pronounced: Non Sec-wah-ter

Rena: Thanks! I'm going to hop on over there - got bunnies on the brain.