Monday Mystery Mime

It’s Monday again, and that means Feathers and Toast performs a mime for you to guess, silently, in your head. Even though we have a comments box, right there, at the bottom of the page… Is it the maths that puts you off? We need that to stop the many and varied viagra comments… The mystery mime will never be anything related to viagra, if you were wondering…

Anyway… last week’s mime was a flickering festive candle nobody got it outright but Shurie Southcott guessed close enough as did Hadie Mansfield, so you see? Just have a guess, you never know. Then, post it in the comments. Or don’t, whatever, it’s not like we care.

So, your clue for this week is “very seasonal”.

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every week our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mystery mime for you to guess. If you guess correctly you have the opportunity to have the mime of your choice performed. That would involve you making the effort to have a guess though, so… *shrugs*.

And the answer to last week’s mime was credit card being used. Richard Goldman, Deva Palmier and Joe Prainitis got it right, so well done to them.

The clue for this week is something you have inside during the festive season. We’re guessing at pervy uncle, but see what you make of it…

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Monday Mystery Mime

It’s Monday again, and that means it’s time for Feathers and Toast to perform a mystery mime for you to guess. We know you just guess in your heads, that’s OK, we’re over it. If you wanted to guess in the comments, that’d be OK too, but no pressure, you do what you feel comfortable with…

Congratulations to last week’s winners, Richard Goldman, Deva Palmier, Linda Henderson Eubanks, Joe Prantaitis, Paul Uhler, Mairi Sim, Hadie Mansfield and Patricia Anne Payne, who all correctly guess Turkey being stuffed.

This week’s clue is “something that might get over used on Cyber Monday”. Now, go forth and guess. Or don’t. Whatever.

And this week’s #MemeMonday is brought to you by Angelika Rust, and the letter C for cake…

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every Monday, our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mystery mime for you to guess. The fact that you NEVER do, does not seem to perturb them, although it is starting to naff us right off. So, post a comment. Would it kill you? Seriously.

Anyway, no-one won last week, which was obviously, to anyone who was paying attention, a kite flying high and then getting stuck in a tree. So if you silently guessed that, well done. You don’t win a prize because you didn’t say anything.  The clue for this week is something to do with an American holiday. We are assuming Thanksgiving, if you lack interest in American holidays. Obviously the world orbits America, so we’re sure you knew that anyway.

So, here it is…

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every week, our friends at Feathers and Toast produce a mysterious mime for you to guess. Well, not you, because you never guess, or if you do, you keep it to yourself, which we can only assume is because you do not need any accolade or self esteem boost. Well, good for you, carry on just as you are.

Those people who did take the time to guess, and guess correctly last week were Janet Martin and Deva Palmier, who both correctly guessed toothpaste being squeezed. Well done.

Here is this week’s mime. We will give you the answer next week so you can see if your silent guesses are correct, or, if you do need a little boost, pop a guess in the comments.

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every week our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mystery mime for you to guess.  We announce the answers and the winners the following week.  The winners are never you lot, because you don’t enter. We know you’re there, lurking, so why don’t you just have a go? Ah, what’s the point.

Last week’s mime was a bubbling cauldron. Hadie Mansfield, Paul Uhler, Melissa Spors Hubbard and Linda Henderson Eubanks all guessed correctly, so well done to them.

The clue for this week’s mime is something you squeeze a couple times a day, like that’ll help. Anyway, it’s below.

And Feathers and Toast also provided our #MemeMonday meme this week. It’s like they’re taking over!

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Sparkly Badgers Presents…

Halloween Spooktacular Giveaway!

Trick or Read…

Sparkly Badgers are a collaborative group of indie authors who meet once a week on Twitter, using the hashtag #SparklyBadgersUnite.  They love each other so much that they have also started a Facebook Group to share ideas and tips for the rest of the week!

One such idea was to celebrate the spookiest night of the year with a fabulous ebook giveaway.  Prizes include:

The Fated Sky by E.M. Swift-Hook
Tales from Suburbia by Claire Buss
Shiva XIV by Lyra Shanti
Norma Jean’s School of Witchery by Rose Montague
Murder in Absentia by Assaph Mehr
I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse by C H Clepitt
Hunting Darkness by Ian Bristow
Dying to be Friends by Jane Jago and E.M. Swift-Hook
Celebrity Gulag by M A Rice
Caligation by Brhi Stokes
Billion Dollar Mountain by Jane Jago

Unobtainable by Jennifer Rose
The Dragon Lady by Angelique Anderson
Quartet by Leo McBride

To be in with a chance of winning this amazing bundle of ebooks, simply comment on the embedded Facebook post tagging a friend you think would love to win two.  One lucky winner will win the entire bundle for them and their friend, straight to their Kindle!

Terms and conditions

By entering the giveaway you agree to the following.

Books will be provided to the winners in the form of a mobi to an email address provided by you.  No alternative prize will be offered. You agree to provide Newsnibbles with your email address for the purposes of providing the prize.  Some authors will be “gifting” the book directly from Amazon. You give Newsnibbles permission to provide these authors with your email address for the purpose of gifting you the book.

Winners will be drawn at random from all of the correct entries and notified via Facebook.

Books are provided by Newsnibbles, on behalf of the author, and are provided as is. Newsnibbles in not responsible for the content and or errors or discrepancies in the files.  Files are provided by the authors in good faith. You agree to indemnify Newsnibbles and its participating authors against any harmful effects ebook files may have on your computer/ereader, including, but not limited to viruses.

You agree to respect the hard work of the authors by not sharing any of the files with anyone else. If you love a book and want to share it, please go to Amazon and buy it as a gift.

Entries will close at midnight on October 31st, and winners will be announced the following day.  If you have not been contacted then you have not been lucky this time.

As always, Facebook is not responsible for the giveaway.

 

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every week our friends at Feathers and Toast produce a mystery mime for you to guess.  Have a go in the comments, and we’ll announce the answer next week.

There were no winners to last week’s mime, which was obviously a flame flickering inside a Halloween pumpkin, you really do need to try harder.

Tallulah has given you all a clue this week, for all the good it’ll do. It is “Halloween Activity”. Good luck, Nibblers.

And our #MemeMonday meme also can from Feathers and Toast this week, as they are clearly taking over the world, one satirical news site at a time.

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every Monday our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mysterious mime for your guessing pleasure.  Have a guess and we’ll reveal the answer next week.

And this week’s Monday meme was this brilliant poem from the incomparable Jane Jago. Do check out her books if you get the chance.

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Monday Mystery Mime

Every week, our friends at Feathers and Toast perform a mystery mime for you to guess. If you guess correctly before Friday, then Tallulah will perform the mime of your choosing.

Last week’s mime was quite obviously a squirrel on high alert-as it’s the nut gathering season… Shira Levine and Paul Uhler are the winners, although how they worked that out is the real mystery.

Have a go at this one, answers in the comments.

 

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