Now, get back to work! You still have 15 minutes left in your day!
I don't wanna!
*throws roses at you*
LOL Loved it! :)
Rectum rhymes went up in flames? O.O
Well..."names" is WAY easier to rhyme with "flames" than "rectum" is to rhyme with anything! :P
This is fantastic!!!
LOL ... I use to say to my kid ''go check the dictionary,''
I see we change with the times, "Google Goading." Who knows it just may catch on.
Nice. Be sure to submit that to the Urban Dictionary and Wikipedia.
Poignant. "Poignant." I just wrote that word to a friend and even though I've used that word many times over the years, suddenly it looks alien to me. Look at it. Just...wrong.
It's as though someone took a perfectly lovely friend and replaced her with a pod double.
Does this kind of phenomenon happen to you?
Yup, just the other day as a matter of fact.
It happened to me while trying to spell epiphany.
I tried to sound it out, spell checked it, and even asked someone else. I still wasn't convinced but I chalked it up to a brain fart. It's funny how you can have those moments.
What can ya do?
It is the natural misgivings of your mind, quaking in trepidation at the certain knowledge of the scrabble stomping you are about to receive.
Don't tempt me to make the score public. It might shame your coven brothers and sisters.
You... you shut your treacherous mouth, monster. :(
Actually, why don't you go ahead and announce the score. I can endure it. :|
Oh my god...there's a comment delete button. I never noticed that before. I wonder how it works.
I'm mortified at the implications of what you have said!
It happens all the time to me. I think it is the fact that I spend my time thinking in images and colours, and I only grant a passing nod to the shapes of the lines on paper that represent them. If I look too closely, I start to realise that those lines are meaningless and then I get confused. I recommend looking at something else until the feeling passes:)
Also, what was the score?
I have no recollection of that game, Senator.
I happen to recall it perfectly; do you wish for me to recount it that I might refresh your ailing memory?