I dyed the denverhogs in secrecy
in purply braccora of decency
to hide them from the masterclones
larching down on plastered songs
we tied the sewerlog relentlessly… 66 more words
Do you like new words people make up? Often they combine or tweak existing words to describe something new.
This post was inspired by a message that made me laugh – from a mother who jokingly shared how she dreamed of her daughter becoming an international model and her (the mother) escaping an office job to become a mum/mom-manager – a… 269 more words
Neologism – /niːˈɒlədʒɪzəm/; from Greek νέο- néo-, ‘new’ and λόγος lógos, ‘speech, utterance’, borrowed from the French, néologisme in the 1700s, is the creation of new words, which of course is nothing new, Shakespeare was a master neologist and before him, well, someone had to invent them. 744 more words