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Word of the Day: May 20, 2012

Blogping

 

 

(Blah–PinG)

Throwing caution to the wind, Jeremy won the game but broke his laptop.

 

 

1)  When bloggers go camping. The major problems that they encounter include not being able to upload their blogs to their hosting sites, and running out of battery power long before they would have been able  to upload anyways.  However, those bloggers who always reblog and those who write ridiculously short posts can write many blogs before their batteries die, so that when they return to civilization they end up uploading a couple of hundred really short posts about their bowel movements in the wilds, their ensuing poison ivy rash on their tush and their miserable time so far away from Tim Horton’s and a WiFi connection.

 

2)  A dyslexic version of ping pong played by bloggers.

 

 

*NOTE;  HELP!!!  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 WILL BE AN UPCOMING DAILY FEATURE!

 

 

CONTENTS OF THIS BLOG ARE 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).  9 OUT OF 10 DOCTORS ARE APPARENTLY ON THE TAKE, SO WHEN YOU LOOK FOR MEDICAL ADVICE, MAKE SURE YOU ASK AT LEAST 20 DOCTORS…

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Word of the Day: March 16, 2012

Reblogitate

 

Quick, get the bucket! I;ve got a blog to write, ma!

 

 

(Re-Blah-Gih-tate)

 

1)  To regurgitate a previous blog post because of a lack of time or inspiration. The words may be changed just enough to pass the “material has been posted before” message and threat to delete the post from WordPress staff.

 

2)  The act of putting part of one’s post into a comment on someone else’s post.

 

 

*note;  Today’s post was brought to you by the letter J, the color mauve and Julie Catherine.  Please give Julie’s multifaceted blog posts at

http://juliecatherinevigna.wordpress.com/

 

 

*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).

Word of the Day: February 15, 2012

Blogolepsy

 

(Blah-go-lepp-see)

 

J-j-j-j-just-t-t-t one-ne-ne more bl-b-blo-bo-blog-zzzzzzz

 

1)  The irresistible urge to fall asleep at the screen during a Blahgger’s post.  (see “Word of the Day:  February 13, 2012”)

 

Dangers associated with Blogolepsy include: head trauma from hitting keyboard with forehed, choking from swallowing gum, and contusions from falling from chair. 9 out of 10 doctors prescribe WordPress blogs such as M3, thingsIthinkIthunk or PoeticParfait to combat blogolepsy symptoms caused by overexposure to mundane blogs, 19 times out of 20.  That 10th doctor says to just stay away from blogging altogether and to go outside and enjoy nature.

 

 

*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).

Word of the Day: January 2, 2012

Slaggers.

(slay-ger-z)

Blog, comment, comment, answer comment, comment, blog.

1) People who leave comments on blog posts that have nothing to do with the post.

2) Bloggers who spend as much time posting comments on other blogs and answering comments on their own blogs as they do writing blogs.

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