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22 January 2002 @ 03:15 pm
The word of the day is porcupine!

... indeed, you are correct. There really isn't a word of the day, but I felt like saying "porcupine" and that was the first context that came to mind. "Porcupine" is an excellent word by itself, regardless of what animal, book, or generally vague concept you think it refers to. Say it. Porcupine. Or maybe it's just the accent that I've got, which isn't much at all really, but is turning more and more Southern the longer I live here.

Aye, Mag's not on. I wish he were, lol ... I kind of have this thing against leaving business unconcluded, but I wound up rushing off earlier this afternoon to run to a class that I was dreading. I had IMed him earlier in the midst of a semi-acute panic attack ... but since he's not here, I can't tell him that I'm fine now. ^_^; We didn't go over the chapters that I didn't do, and some people actually liked my pathetic paper project.

And darnitall, EtoileEyes needs to appear. We need to discuss A-Cen plans ...
Current Mood: weirdweird
Current Music: ... silence
a_for_anonymous on January 22nd, 2002 03:49 pm (UTC)
Hah, my words of the day usually involve 'cock'. Such as 'cockbitch', 'cocktease', 'cockface', 'cocksuck' or 'cocksmack'. Go on, say them! They're really great words. Now shout 'FUCK!'... Isn't it a lovely, sharp sounding word?
Teach that to your kids, you'll all make great parents. :p

Aww, and I didn't know you cared, Meiellums! ^.^ As a mark of my gratitude, I think you'll now get your very own badly-edited picture, this time NOT involving Gyorg. I love Ulead Express.
Anyway, good to hear you're ok, you big cinnamon bagel. :p
One Who Wandersabiona on January 22nd, 2002 03:52 pm (UTC)
It has been said that he who reverts to profanity is he who has first run out of words. : P

I'd be scared of your children, Mag.

- meiel