The conservative math professor surprised his colleagues by coming to work in a flamboyant, eye-catching, and bold chicken costume. Since there was no obvious reason for the professor’s flamboyant, showy dress, or for his energetic squawking through the hallways, folks assumed that something was wrong. Dr. Fowl’s flamboyant, colorful behavior was the result of losing a bet. He had guessed wrongly on the college team’s win and had to wear the mascot costume as payment.
Quiz: When is something flamboyant?
- When it is done as a funny prank.
- When it embarrasses people who see it.
- When it is colorful, daring, and attracts attention.