While away in England, Northern Ireland and Eire, I had much time to think. More about that later, but first, thoughts about the matter at hand and what's to be done with an interactive Sunday. Holidays always seem to remind me of Mallett's Mallet, seemingly because I often find myself getting up earlier while away on holiday than I do at home. As a boy, weekdays meant staying in bed as long as possible before getting up for school. Weekends and school holidays meant getting up early to watch children's TV.
Wacaday was a wild part of my childhood and teenage years and it's with great reverence that I put my own spin on the show with The Sunday Mallet. I did toy with the idea of Minge's Mallet, but narcissism can be oh so horrid.
So, how to play... Much as we did with Fib Sunday, though this time there shall be no fibs, just simple rounds of word association. Yes, The Sunday Mallet is a word association game. No need for suggesting topics and so forth. I shall presently come up with a word. In the comments section, a player should provide the first word that pops into his or her mind. The next player, on seeing said word, should provide the first word that they think of and so on. Repeat, repeat, repeat.
So, the first ever word of The Sunday Mallet shall be jubilation.