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Gloat: v. to sense great satisfaction for another’s misfortune

Gloating is hard to avoid if someone’s misfortune benefits you personally and the same applies to business failures which surviving businesses probably gloat about to some extent. 128 more words

Common Sense

Getting Dumped Revenge?

he dumped her, he’s dancing, she’s moping

she’s sad, but seething and hoping

the glass walls are clean

can barely be seen

the bloodshed might stop his gloating… 9 more words


Word of the Week / G - Gloat (verb)

gloat   (verb)
to look at or think about with great or excessive, often smug or malicious satisfaction: the chef gloated about winning the cooking competition. 8 more words


Old Oak: Real Old

A few months ago my co-worker informed me of some old beams from his 1850s house. It was one of the first 10 homes built here in our community. 289 more words

Shop Stuff

PoHymn: A Rustling in the Stagnant... April 8, 2015

 Jonathots Daily Blog


I Am Not Sure

I am not sure

Of what is truly pure

I can not attest

To all that is best… 201 more words


Asking Price

Asking price: (n) the price at which something is offered for sale.

Never set your mind or heart to what you’re determined to get before you go shopping. 522 more words

Chapter 26: Out Of The Shadows

Dear readers,

Anonymity or fame? The center stage or behind the scenes? The leader of the pack or the quiet deputy?

“It’s easy, just pick one or the other, no trick here, just a plain old choice between one of two options…” 384 more words

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