Thursday’s Special: Inflated to the Max

This week, Paula tells us:

Inflated is a word that lends itself to quite a few interpretations:

  1. Blown up, puffed out

  2. Raised, escalated

  3. Exaggerated, overstated, embellished

  4. Pompous, pretentious

She invites us to “Use these or some other meaning of inflated to show it in picture.”

Outside the HΓ₯agen Dazs ice cream parlor in Key West was this huge cardboard cutout. Of course 4-year-old Max couldn’t resist climbing up there and peeping over the top. It certainly inflated him in size.

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52 comments on “Thursday’s Special: Inflated to the Max

  1. Aww, this Max of yours is quite a sweet and attractive little boy! He is a “charmer” in my grandmother’s language. πŸ™‚ The use of inflated became quite fun and interesting in this case, Sylvia!

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  3. Aw, your grandson :). Next Wednesday people are voting for the best entry, and I am announcing the winner next Thursday. Thank you for playing along, Sylvia.

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