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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

ABC Wednesday:
X is for Xbox


I've no idea what an Xbox is but you'll find a number for sale at "GAME" in Clarendon Mall.

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19 comments:

photowannabe said...

Never thought of Xbox either. Great find for the letter X. I'm so glad my boys are grown and way beyond the game stage.

Mar said...

I have heard of it too :)
Great take on the theme.

ABC-Wed: X

Roger Owen Green said...

Maybe someday I'll want one; the day is not here... good pick, tho.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Hood Photo Blog said...

X is a hard letter in the theme, but you found a great example! Have a good rest of the week :)

Hood Photo Blog

RuneE said...

Don't I know it - we still have children in the house...

Anna said...

Never heard of it. But, why not? X is hard. You take what you can find!
Best wishes,
Anna

Anna's X-words

Mara said...

I think that if I owned one, I would be playing it all the time. At least I think you play games with it or on it.

Cheryl said...

XBoxes are like candy over in the States. Every kid's got one.

Fred Miller said...

Cheryl is probably right. I blogged this week about how our kid's life was saved by his XBox. Tree houses can be dangerous.

Tumblewords: said...

No X-box here, but I do have a Nintendo or two. :) Great X post.

ρομπερτ said...

None in my home, yet the kid is only three years old - maybe I should learn what that is. A great Wednesday for you.

daily athens

Stan Ski said...

I'm an ex PS2 addict... X-box looks tempting...

Carol said...

My grandson loves his X-Box, and I think he's had every game system available. Yet I never thought of it when searching for an X. Good job!

Gayle said...

I know what it is, but I don't have one. Never was a Pac Man or Pong fanatic either (back in the ancient ages). Remember the days of Jacks and Pick-up-Stix? Ah, much simpler times back then.

lewi14 said...

It's a thing you really don't need.

X is really a hard letter to find the right example. I'm curious about "Y". Have a nice day.

Grace and Bradley said...

You have to be in the right age group to know the X box, I am also too old to ever think of purchasing one.

jay said...

I know what they are, because both my sons have them - I've even played the odd X-Box game myself! But since my greyhounds have never played with one, I couldn't fit it in this time around. LOL!

lv2scpbk said...

That's a clever X. I didn't think of that one at all. On behalf of the ABC Wed. team, thanks for participating.

Cezar and Léia said...

Never tried it, but must be interesting...
God bless you!
Cezar

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