Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Wednesday Word of the Day

Bandersnatch \BAN-der-snach\, noun:
1. An imaginary wild animal of fierce disposition.
2. A person of uncouth or unconventional habits, attitudes, etc., especially one considered a menace, nuisance, or the like.

Bandersnatch was invented by Lewis Carroll in 1871 in his book Through the Looking Glass.

~Hmmm, if little girls could fall into rabbit holes and hatters could be mad, I wonder if the bandersnatch could change forms?   He/she will if they visit the wonderful world of Talbot's Peak, a shapeshifting town found over at my group blog - Shapeshifter Seductions - stop on by and step into fun!~


  1. "I wonder if the bandersnatch could change forms?"

    That is such a perfect 'made-up' word. Heck yeah, the shapeshifting Bandersnatch would fit right in, or not... whatever, it all works in Talbot's Peak, except when it doesn't. ~big grin~

  2. is a great made-up word! Yeah, I've yet to be told if the bandersnatch headed to TP will fit in or not? He/she is being very sketchy with me! ;)