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Nip

Nip (verb)– to catch hold of and squeeze tightly between two surfaces, edges, or points

(noun)– a small quantity of liquor… 127 more words

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It ain't what you say...

Women/ Rabbit rabbit rabbit women/ Tattle and titter/ Women prattle/ Women waffle and witter/ Men talk. Men talk.

These are the opening lines of ‘Men Talk’, a rap poem by the incomparable Liz Lochhead (you can watch her performing the whole thing…

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Dead Verbs Don't Move

When you are writing a novel, you want to use concrete, everyday verbs. Examples of these are jump, smile, run, look, show, and eat. You can picture the actions in your head and there is no ambiguity. 193 more words

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Pillory

noun. a wood frame in which a prisoner’s head and hands would be locked, so as to be publicly abused

verb. to publicly attack or ridicule

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[Mrs.Tags Bakes]Banana Bread Recipe

Weekends are for baking :)

Last Saturday, Ellie requested for Chocolate Crinkles – but my mom suggested to make a good use of the super ripe Bananas that we have at home. 368 more words

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Motherhood Means Loving Yourself Too.

“A Mother who radiates self-love and self-acceptance actually VACCINATES her daughter against low self-esteem. ”― Naomi Wolf

Becoming a mother changes everything (as if we don’t know that).

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