The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

BRASP

 

(Brr-ass-P)

Sheepishly, the cow blames the dog for what the farmer did.

 

 

1)  An acronym standing for the covert, black-ops corporation that is tasked with taking down short blog posts, the “Bloggers Rallying Against Short Posts” organization is feared responsible for the dismemberment and deaths of at least 100 bloggers. At least 3 of them deserved it.

 

2)  What the farmer sounds like when he burps after working with the animals all day.

 

 

Today’s post was brought to you by me!

 

 

*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: March 13, 2012" (5)

  1. Okay so I can make the signs for the rally if you bring the megaphone! Down with the bloggers who only post shortie posts! Here here…

  2. Julie Catherine said:

    That second one really had me giggling! LOL! 🙂

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