Monthly Archives: December 2014

Words I Love 029 – Vestibule

A new word I love! ves·ti·bule noun \ˈves-tə-ˌbyül\ : an entrance hall inside a building Definition of VESTIBULE 1 a :  a passage, hall, or room between the outer door and the interior of a building :  lobby b :  … Continue reading

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Words I Love 028 – Sequential

Today’s ‘Word I Love’ is a logical choice… sequential sɪˈkwɛnʃ(ə)l/ adjective adjective: sequential forming or following in a logical order or sequence. “a series of sequential steps” Computing performed or used in sequence. “sequential processing of data files” Origin early … Continue reading

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‘Sugar-free’ (Lord Twat version) V3

Originally posted on Today's Poem:
Inspired by the broadcast of latest series of ‘The Apprentice’ TV show with Alan Sugar, which ‘airs’ as I write this. Sugar-free Alan Sugar You’re not sweet You’re not a twat I want to…

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‘Sugar-free’ (vitriolic version) V1

Originally posted on Today's Poem:
Inspired by the broadcast of latest series of ‘The Apprentice’ TV show with Alan Sugar, which ‘airs’ as I write this. Sugar-free Alan Sugar You’re not sweet You’re not a twat I’d want to…

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Words I Love 027 – Stratospheric

Today’s new ‘Word I Love’ comes from the stratosphere… strat·o·spher·ic  (strt-sfîrk, -sfr-) adj. 1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of the stratosphere. 2. Extremely or unreasonably high: “money borrowed at today’s stratospheric rates of interest” (New York Times). strato·spheri·cal·ly adv.

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Trapped Inside Our Minds

Originally posted on Broken Light: A Photography Collective:
Photo taken by contributor Hannah, a 20-year-old woman from Vermont. After struggling with depression for several years, Hannah attempted to end her life at the age of seventeen. She is now using her story…

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Words I Love 026 – Berate

Today’s fabulous word is… berate bɪˈreɪt/ verb verb: berate; 3rd person present: berates; past tense: berated; past participle: berated; gerund or present participle: berating scold or criticize (someone) angrily. “she berated herself for being fickle” synonyms: rebuke, reprimand, reproach, reprove, … Continue reading

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