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Dapocaginous

Bitter.
Everything is wrong.
And you mean that with a vengeance.

People just don’t understand
There is a reason
why you chose the hole

There is a reason… 180 more words

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Haggis

It’s Burns Night, the anniversary of the birth (January 25, 1759) of Robert Burns. Let’s celebrate with something Scottish. Haggis, a traditional Scottish dish and a must-have for a Burns Night meal, is a type of sausage made from sheep’s heart, liver, and lungs that is minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt. 298 more words

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Abibliophobia | Word of the Week

Is it rational to have abibliophobia? No, not really. Is it something many book lovers may have at a certain point in life? Most likely. 137 more words

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Commandeered

“Traffic update” chirped the robotic voice of the GPS unit.  August tapped the steering wheel, looked at the coffee shop to his right and waited for the GPS’ update. 364 more words

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Widdershins

Ever had a clock that runs widdershins? Ever run widdershins around a church or ring of toadstools? If you’ve ever seen the sun going widdershins, you’re either in the Southern Hemisphere or you need to return your compass. 403 more words

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Weird Words: 5 mistakes that turned into new words and phrases

English teachers will tell you what’s right and what’s wrong about your spelling, grammar and punctuation. What’s interesting is that many of the words and phrases we use began life as mistakes anyway. 334 more words

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Chiliad | Word of the Week

As we have just entered a new year and have probably broken our new year’s resolutions by now (good job, those of you who haven’t), we may as well look at a word that describes more than just one year. 87 more words

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