The Daily Trope
Enantiosis (e-nan-ti-o’-sis): Using opposing or contrary descriptions together, typically in a somewhat paradoxical manner.
Generosity is a good thing, but it can leave you all alone and empty-handed. 16 more words
13 hours, 13 minutes
When they want us to listen, we should never balk. Wisdom is what we get for listening when we’d rather talk.
13 hours, 14 minutes
For a new and unusual product, my brain has been on a search. How about stained-glass contact lenses for people who sleep in church?
2 days, 9 hours
Epanorthosis (ep-an-or-tho’-sis): Amending a first thought by altering it to make it stronger or more vehement.
The future does not exist. Neither does the past. Yet, they… 145 more words
2 days, 14 hours
Everyone talks back to me. Even my plants.
3 days, 1 hour
Sometimes a squawk just destroys. Opportunity knocks, then shoves off over your complaint about the noise.
3 days, 11 hours
A lot of people are right on the money that a fool is soon parted from.
5 days, 15 hours