Yesterday was a floppy day with the woman, who came down with something and was on decongestants. We invented a new kind of Scrabble, wherein you can use made-up words only if they're not nouns and you can define them and use them in a sentence; but we also created incentives for using real words. It's hard to explain here without actually listing the rules, which we wrote down but I don't have with me. The problem with using made-up words is that they have to sound like they could be real. I made up "Hephia", which could be either a heart condition or a hazel-ish color, but I couldn't figure out how to make it a non-noun.
I'm being handed work left and right, now, so I should probably, you know, do some of it.