New York Times: Europe travel tips if you were born yesterday or are really stupid

Don’t you hate newspaper articles that tell you everything you already know? Today, The New York Times offers money saving Europe travel tips like “Be Flexible,” “Don’t just fly nonstop,” and “fly into nearby cities if it’s cheaper.” C’mon, gray lady! You’re better than that!

Ludicrous Latin: Cerebrum Avis

Bird Brain


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Say again?”

 

Shoebill Stork 

Deadword of the Day: Attitudinize

Attitudinize: To strike a pose with attitude.

As in: Excuse me while I attitudinize.

Deadword of the Day: Lunarian

Lunarian: An inhabitant of the moon.

As in: I’m proud to be a Lunarian American. 

Deadword of the Day: Crazling

Crazling: One who is consumed with crazy.

As in: I am surrounded by crazlings.

Deadword of the Day: Errorist

Errorist: One who errs. A proliferator of error.

As in: Major League Baseball has had its share of errorist attacks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Herman Long

Deadword of the Day: Monsterful

Monsterful: Wonderful, delightful

As in: Oh the monstrosity of these monsterful monsters!

Deadword of the Day: Strigil

Strigil: An ancient tool for scraping dirt and sweat off the body, (before soap was invented).

As in: May I borrow your strigil?

Deadword of the Day: Sandillions

Sandillions: Numbers like grains of sand on the shore.

As in: Sandillions of  poor helpless rubber duckies are abandoned every day

Deadword of the Day: Farded

Farded: Painted, embellished with color or decor.

As in: Somebody farded in here. 

Michelangelo farded this one on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

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