Lipsmacking, thirst quenching, ace tasting, motivating, good buzzing, cool talking, high walking, fast living, ever giving, cool fizzing... words!
We're talking tasty language in our Feast of Words. This celebration of words - particularly for food - is new this year.
With activities for all ages, the Feast of Words includes a lively programme of talks and activities - which are all included in your wristband.
Our headline speakers are Prof David Crystal, a man who is never lost for words. He will be taking a light-hearted look at the words and terms we use for food.
Award-winning poet Patience Agbabi, who grew up in Colwyn Bay, will read from her collections, including her acclaimed reworking of The Canterbury Tales for the 21st century.
Published writers from Bangor University will talk on subjects as diverse as The Beatles and medieval women's humour, Victorian valentines and Dylan Thomas.
Award winning poet and teacher Glyn Edwards, meanwhile, will introduce budding writers to love sonnets for food and odes to the Feast.
And there's an opportunity to turn the printing clock right back at Ken Burnley's Letterpress workshop.
For more information head over to the Feast of Words page.
This event takes place in Bodlondeb Youth Centre.