Chocolate, yes, but chocoearly and chocoften.

When someone says, “Somewhat,” ask, “Somewhy?”

When told, “Whatever,” reply with, “Whatnever!”


New greeting needed: We say, “good morning,” “good afternoon,” “good evening,” “good day,” and “good night.” We need one to greet the new week with. I suggest that everyone start saying, “Good week,” when you walk in to work on Monday, or when you leave someone at the end of a week. In fact, you can use it any time during the week, just as “good day” can be used any time during the day to greet or say goodbye to someone. I think that “good week” is much more optimistic than a mere “good day.” We’ll give that greeting some time to settle into the lexicon, then start our “good month” and “good year” campaigns.


To be consistent with the spelling and pronunciation of “word,” from now on “nerd” is spelled n-o-r-d.


Romney and Ryan: Annoy Nerd Army

What will people think when they look back at the “Ryan Budget”? If nothing else, it transforms to Debt guy ran.

What can explain Clint Eastwood’s performance at the 2012 Republican Convention? Perhaps there is a clue in his name: Clint Eastwood = Wino Acted Lost.

New Werds

Carbloatation: What happens to me when I stop at a bakery on the way home from work.

Procatstination: Avoiding work by looking for cute cats on the internet.

Terrifuning: When something is both terrifying and fun, like roller coasters, hail storms and hail storms on roller coasters.

This flower will be your guide to some more Word Musings:

2 Responses to Wordism

  1. whimsygizmo says:

    Ha! These are fun. Procatstination made me laugh out loud. 🙂


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