Tag Archive: words

Senseless Thursday Sarcasm : Lang-wage

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Last night, I was thinking… Yes, I know that’s never a good idea, but my brain makes me do it anyway. My work days are spent writing reports, and yet I rarely consider… Continue reading

Write, write, write…right?

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I was listening to a talk radio show that I enjoy with my friends from Alpha Centauri.  Usually, it’s about bigfoot, UFO sightings, why you should take vitamins, and why there won’t be… Continue reading

I in moans

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Where am I? Sitting at a desk I purchased in 1997, redesigned over the years by cat claws and duct tape. Why am I here? If you knew the number of times I’ve… Continue reading

How to make a word lose its meaning

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My cat has completed a thorough scan and found one word that my “NEVER PUBLISH ANYTHING USING THIS SWILL” filter has failed to catch. It is my opinion (and as you know, everyone… Continue reading

Editing is a humbling experience.

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I’ve heard it said that people who can, do & people who can’t, teach.  Personally, I think that’s a crock of cr@p. The best teachers are the ones who have slogged through the… Continue reading

Wordvolution

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
? The origin of the human race, and all of it’s hues, is hidden in the dust and dirt of time. Words, ethereal as the air…

Annoying sayings

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Sarcasm alert. Sayings that never made sense to me: Well!   I never…            Anyone who says that probably has lived a sheltered life. I can’t…I just can’t…    Finish… Continue reading

Obtuse

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There are words I love, simply for the fact they sound like exactly what they mean. Obtuse is a good example: Slow minded and/or insensitive.   But that depends upon what angle you look at… Continue reading

Word fun

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(Another name for this post could’ve been:  HOW TO GET A 403 MESSAGE FROM WP when attempting a spellcheck.) I’ve been accused of a terrible crime:  Using big words. Who knew that hydrochlorothiazide… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Screwed

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Are you board bored yet?  If so, welcome to the 21st century where “a long wait” is 5 minutes. I have to say that although my boss is a millennial, and half my… Continue reading