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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Blog Challenge "J"

Today, the word is a little more useful than the one from yesterday.  It's a word for something most of us do almost every day:

J is for: Jentation


Jentation is a fancy word for the first meal of the day, a.k.a. breakfast.  It is not at all commonly used, but feel free to start a breakfast-naming-revolution!

Lately, I've been on an oatmeal with blackberries kick for breakfast.  Do you sit down for jentation every day?  If so, what's your favorite thing on the menu?

8 comments:

GigglesandGuns said...

No offense intended but jentation doesn't sound all that yummy. Doesn't bring any pictures at all to mind. Think I'll stick with breakfast. LOL

randomdanni said...

Yeah, jentation sounds kind of dirty... I'll still use it though.

I don't eat jentation often but when I do, I go all out - eggs, bagel, bacon and corn beef hash! Mmmm.

M.J. Fifield said...

I almost never eat jentation (definitely sounds dirty). But if I do, I stick with pancakes and bacon.

Cole Garrett said...

Corned beef hash, my favorite!!!

Jiu Jitsu Los Angeles said...

My jentation is on the go. As a resident of Los Angeles, I wake up late and rush out the door. However, mine consists of a protein shake while driving and when I get to work, some nice Greek yogurt with granola to really fill me up.

theTsaritsa said...

My jentation usually consists of coffee and some fruit juice. I don't get really hungry until lunch time.

PS-- "jentation" has a red squiggly line ubder it when I type it.

Cole Garrett said...

Yeah... many of the words I've been using for this blog challenge have been spell-check-red-squigglied. I guess spell check isn't as smart as we think! LOL

Managed Hosting said...

My computer says it's misspelled, too! Clearly the Windows is not versed in the higher being of alternative wording for breakfast. My jentation is simple: eggs and toast. A little carbohydrate, a little protein and it's out the door!

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