The Loyal Brit Wit
Sunday, January 21, 2018. Daily Brit Wit.
Noun, mass noun
BRITISH for plastic wrap.
Another continuation in the Fortnight series. This one takes place after… 725 more words
10 hours, 47 minutes ago
“a person who hates or distrusts humankind”
Scrooge was a misanthrope.
Ever since Old Man Jenkins lost his pet rabbit, he has been acting very misanthropic toward the neighborhood kids.
11 hours, 40 minutes ago
The stars gleaming from the heaven…
And we gazing at them through a window.
Are all alone, from the heart, from the soul.
Strong cold winds, pass and giggle and roll. 76 more words
11 hours, 43 minutes ago
the empty whiskey glass sits
next to a tumbler full of wine—
where did I become this?
at some decision, some acquiescence—
to change, or give up, 13 more words
20 hours, 53 minutes ago
Saturday, January 20, 2018. Daily Brit Wit.
Adverb and preposition variation, Chiefly British
Short for around; with circulation motion; on every side of a (focal point). 160 more words
1 day, 11 hours ago
From the opening, one can see
Flickers of light and dark
Dancing another world,
If one places one’s eye
At a precise angle askew
To the present lived world. 41 more words
2 days, 5 hours ago
Dunces Guide to Politics
The Single Market is a big part of Brexit negotiations, but what is it exactly and what does it mean to be a member or have access to it? 288 more words
2 days, 6 hours ago