Monthly Archives: May 2013

Word of the Every Other Day

darg \dahrg\ noun: 1. Scot. and North England. a day’s work. 2. Australian. a fixed or definite amount of work; a work quota. …as I thought myself entitled to a young man, and did not relish the apparition of him … Continue reading

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Worst Day Ever Quotes That Will Make You Reconsider

Friendship… is not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything. Muhammad Ali Write Fearlessly

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Worst Day Ever Quotes That Will Make You Reconsider

“The truth may set you free but societies require obedience, hierarchy, and cohesion—ergo the paradox that the wheels of survival, especially during times of duress, are greased more readily by easy lies than hard truths.” David Mills

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Word of the Every Other Day

logomachy \loh-GOM-uh-kee\ noun: 1. a dispute about or concerning words. 2. an argument or debate marked by the reckless or incorrect use of words; meaningless battle of words. 3. a game played with cards, each bearing one letter, with which … Continue reading

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The Liebster Award

Thanks so much to http://getexcitedmakethings.wordpress.com/ for nominating me for the Liebster Award! It’s an award passed on by bloggers to new blogs worth reading (blogs with less than 200 followers), and I really appreciate the enthusiasm from the blogging community! … Continue reading

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Question of the Week

http://www.gxgallery.com/ Which do you think makes for a more interesting Protagonist: An inner struggle or an obstacle that the world presents?

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Word of the Every Other Day

quibble \KWIB-uhl\ verb: 1. to equivocate. 2. to carp; cavil.  noun: 1. an instance of the use of ambiguous, prevaricating, or irrelevant language or arguments to evade a point at issue. 2. the general use of such arguments. 3. petty … Continue reading

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