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.

Deadword of the Day: Gowl

Gowl: To weep in anger.

As in: Quit gowling and eat your greens!

Deadword of the Day: Snoutfair

Snoutfair: A person with attractive facial features

As in: Marco Polo is the most snoutfair person I know!

 

Deadword of the Day: Yeepsen

Yeepsen: As much as you can hold in two hands. A double-handful.

As in: I’ll take a yeepsen of baby owls, please.

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!

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