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Wednesday

Two-Faced Double Dealers


Remember Two-Face from the Batman series? 

Harvey Dent, Gotham City’s Defense Attorney, was dented indeed, once he became the duplicitous villain known as Two Face. Actor Aaron Eckhart played Two Face in the latest Batman movie, titled “The Dark Knight.”

Of course, two-faced people have been around a lot longer than Batman.
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What does it mean to be two-faced?

Here are 30 synonyms for one who is two-faced:

Being two-faced isn't pretty.
  1. artful
  2. backstabbing
  3. beguiling
  4. crafty
  5. conniving
  6. cunning
  7. deceitful
  8. deceptive
  9. dishonest
  10. disingenuous
  11. double-dealing
  12. duplicitous
  13. faithless
  14. false
  15. fishy
  16. foxy
  17. fraudulent
  18. guileful
  19. hypocritical
  20. insincere
  21. knavish
  22. lying
  23. misleading
  24. phony
  25. shifty
  26. sly
  27. sneaky
  28. tricky
  29. underhanded
  30. untruthful
Who feels like blogging? Do any of these two-faced terms give you fodder for a blog topic?
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Image/s:  
Batman Annual #14
Two Face Cover Art by Neal Adama
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Two-Faced
By Cory Doctorow
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Monday

Unprompted reflections on the A to Z Blogging Challenge


The train has pulled into the home station. The 2012 April A to Z Blogging Challenge is over, and the Meme Express finished the entire route.

For the month-long blogging event, the Meme Express selected 26 popular movies (new and old) to highlight.

Did you catch all these favorite flicks? Did you enjoy the cinematic trailers and movie posts?

Did I include your favorite movies in these alphabetical posts? What films would you like to have seen in the A to Z list?

Were any of these cinematic blogging prompts helpful to you, as you planned your own April A to Z blog posts? Please let me know in a comment (below), and leave a link to your post! I’d love to see it!

A to Z Blogging Challenge finishers: 
You are welcome to use this badge, 
created by Working in Words, 
if you wish. 
As a courtesy, 
if you do! 
Thank you.

The April A to Z Blogging Challenge was a fun project, and I enjoyed it thoroughly.

The alphabetical structure of blog posts for this event led me to revisit several favorite movies. In fact, we even dusted off a few DVDs to view films we had not seen in quite a long time. That was fun too.

Please feel free to check out my month-long A to Z Blogging Challenge posts at these blogs:


Did you do the A to Z Blogging Challenge? How did it go for you? Think you might sign up next April?

Image/s:  
A to Z April Challenge Survivor badge
 by co-host Jeremy
at Retro-Zombie – used by permission
A to Z 2012 Checkered Flag 
created by Linda Ann Nickerson
for Working in Words
A to Z Blogging Challenge 2012 logo
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