The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

Blogday

 

Happy Blogday to me, happy blogday to me!

(Blah-g-day)

 

1)  The day that occurs 365 days after your first blog was written.

 

2)  Blogging on my birthday (Feb. 28!)

 

 

*note;  if you have any suggestions for a fake, blogging-related word or acronym that you like, despise or use, please leave it as a comment, along with a short definition and the phonetics. Your suggestions may well be an upcoming daily feature!

 

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Comments on: "Word of the Day: February 28, 2012" (7)

  1. Let me help you eat a piece of cake! Happy Blogday my good friend.

  2. Happy Belated BlogDay!

    Inbloggerated N-blah-gr-A-tid The intense anger caused by any number of blogging events:

    ignorant, unrelated comments.
    egregious misspelling in title, not noticed until after posting.
    reading a completely (non-sarcastic) false post in your blog niche
    the utter and complete failure of all picture services to deliver a related illustration or photograph for a blog post.
    etc.

    Red.

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