Posts Tagged ‘word’
[UPDATE: And, oh yes, A Noble Spirit Embiggens The Smallest Man – see Comments.]
Here you go, know your en- and your -en
Prefix: en- “…forming verbs”
Suffix: -en “makes the word a verb”
Put them together and you’ve got enbrighten:
The only similar I can think of is enliven, which, of course, is a synonym of liven.
(Srs. suggestion: Why not Enbright instead? )
All right, GE, keep on enbrightening our world…
A California License Plate That Reads “SQUAW?” – Didn’t Oprah Say That Word Means “Vagina?” Yep – Is This Offensive or Not?Thursday, June 6th, 2013
I’ll tell you, the chances of some part of America, like the lake behind a new dam, getting named squaw-anything are about nil these days.
But naming your aging Audi “SQUAW?”
Well that’s A-OK:
Remember, Oprah believes this word means vagina.
An Illustrated Guide to the YouTube Viral Video “When trannys attack! Tenderloin craziness!” – What’s Marke B’s Deal?Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Not sure what Marke Bieschke’s deal is here.
But let’s take a look at the video, d’accord? D’accord.
Five foot nothing, barefoot, and wearing white PJ’s in Randy Shaw’s corrupt greater Uptown Tenderloin Twitterloin area – she has the fight in her but she lacks the stuff she needs, you know, like reach:
So she spent most of this squabble caught by her hair, oh well:
Well, at least he didn’t Break My Window to get the purse out of this aging BMW:
After you see your gf’s purse disappear into Randy Shaw’s corrupt Uptown Tenderloin, all you can do is point as the perp flees. (Is that a moose tattoo on his now naked torso?)
The purse snatching definitely led to a brief cessation of hostilities:
And the, in the end, a swift sucker punch, you know, to say good-bye:
UCSF‘s Mission Bay campus was all filled up yesterday with attentive youths, Genius Bar geniuses, and Laughing Squid’s Scott Beale, so that can mean only one thing – it must have been yet another one-day WordCamp from WordPress.
But, What Does WordPress Mean To You? That’s something to ponder as you…
Get free help from WP geniuses, such as Brian Colinger, for instance.
Or peruse the Job Board:
Or proactively look for work with your name card.
Or nosh on Southern BBQ complete with ham-hocked collard greens
And steer clear of the WordPress bully boys, with their tattoos and their flashing gang signs. There was lots of stuff to do.
Plus, attendees got American Apparel T-shirts. All this could have been yours for just $25. What a bargain.
See you next year!