Word of the Day: Use it or lose it!

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Word of the Day


Definition: A right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right).
Synonyms: exclusive right, perquisite, privilege

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  • The POTUS was a twat-waffle.

  • The argus-eyed sparrow will live for another day.    yawn


  • When I was convicted, I was sent to Singsong.

  • As the sing-along became singsong the so-called entertainer turned and walked off the stage, got in his car and drove off the edge of Bryce Canyon, his family was billed for damage to the canyon and extraction of the car.

  • After getting rejected from job after job, she questions herself and becomes more and more faint-hearted about applying for others.

  • Faint-hearted Rita would call Richard to come over and remove dead things from her yard. Poor Richard

  • Dentistry caries the occult as part of the normal practice.  As the dentist pokes at my teeth with that stainless heartless steel he is hoping with all his mental focus, he wants to find a soft spot so he can make that next Audi TT payment.  I am attempting to block his well-practiced mental gymnastics by my need to have a  caries-free day.  

  • Voices Caries by 'Til Tuesday

    I'm in the dark, I'd like to read his mind
    But I'm frightened of the things I might find
    Oh, there must be something he's thinking of
    To tear him away-a-ay
    When I tell him that I'm falling in love
    Why does he say-a-ay
    Hush hush, keep it down now, voices caries
    Hush hush, keep it down now, voices caries
    I try so hard not to get upset
    Because I know all the trouble I'll get
    Oh, he tells me tears are something to hide
    And something to fear-eh-eh
    And I try so hard to keep it inside
    So no one can hear
    Hush hush, keep it down now, voices caries
    Hush hush, keep it down now, voices caries
    Hush hush, keep it down now, voices caries
    He wants me, but only part of the time
    He wants me, if he can keep me in line
    Hush hush,
  • Your job may be ill-fated if you have a boss who constantly leers at you and makes you feel uncomfortable.

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