The Ramblings of a Somewhat Unstable Mind

Bloggiot

(Blah-Gie-uT)

The original blogger – who. ironically, was the least-liked person in town.

1)  When our blogging bothers literally everyone who happens to read it, and not one person hits the Like link, nor leaves a positive comment. Can be associated with couples who play Boggle when they have friends over, then discuss their blogging ventures for conversation.

*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!

Subject to change without notice. Words may appear closer in a mirror than they actually are. 9 out of 10 librarians  are mousey introverts, 19 times out of 20, yet still manage to appear to 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! Those brutes!) the apathetic and appallingly apropos “Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Bloggers” (donations accepted and suggested).

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Comments on: "Word of the Day: June 10, 2012" (7)

  1. Julie Catherine said:

    Oh, that would be terrible indeed, possibly leading to a severe case of ‘blog-gut’ – a very uncomfortable feeling deep in the tummy that causes nausea … and if left untreated, could possibly become a chronic condition! 😀

  2. I used to play Boggle as a girl, I remember it well! Ah, words!

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