When you say "wept," I assume you mean "into your bourbon." Right?
If you exchange the meanings of the blue and orange slices, that would better describe my week.Topic for conversation: Why is "golf" one of the few pastime nouns that withstands verbing?I shall now golf, tennis, pool, poker, football, etc.
Somebody needs some papers to grade. C'mon over.
Shouldn't there be a slice for "Sorted mail into two piles: one to ignore and the other to ridicule at a later date"? I'm sure I read that this was one of the core moderation duties.
Nah. We received two emails all week. One asked if we knew his password. One told us she had forgotten her password.
You should get those two together.
Oh, jeez, was this me? I feel like it was me.
cynic, it the examples were an amalgam...just to show the types of email and the amount...no aspersions!!!
Can't thread while I phone, but I can list more verbing nouns: kayak, canoe, bike, skate, sail, hike. All of these rock more than shopping or clubbing.
I had thought of boating and sailing, but stopped there. If there's a pattern, maybe it's that many of the verbed activities involve a device, e.g. "to kayak" is equivalent to "to use a kayak for its intended purpose." Many activities that aren't typically verbed involve a "game" which is "played".
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