The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

Blogtease*

(blahg-tee-zzz)

1) Someone who keeps promising to write a blog post, but only writes chain emails.

2) A blogger who makes promises that they can’t keep, usually of a bloggual, as opposed to a sexual, nature.

3) A person who writes comments on other bloggers’ posts, and posts remarks on social networking sites, yet doesn’t appear to write any blogs.

*As brought to you by the librarian-like poetic pudding-cup**, Christyb!

** parfait

Subject to change without notice. Words may seem closer in a miraproposror than they actually are. 9 out of 10 librarians are mousey introverts, 19 times out of 20, yet still manage be sexy. This site is not endorsed by the SPCB (the second SPC (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty) in the phone book – the SPCA (Animals) hogged the first spot on me again!) the apathetic and appallingly apropos “Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Bloggers” (donations accepted).

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Comments on: "Word of the Day: January 14, 2012" (8)

  1. Love it! It is pudding-cup approved. For definition one, let’s leave out the word ‘about’ as it isn’t needed. Otherwise looks parfait errr I mean perfect. Thanks Marcy Marc.
    christyb

  2. Just so you know, and in case you don’t already “Marcy” is pronounced “Mar-see”…

    Thanks for the visit, Christy, and the vote of confidence! I thought for sure I had done you a slight injustice with this, I’m so very glad that you like it! Your opinion means a lot to me.

    *changes coming

  3. I love this one!
    Red.

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