One liner Wednesday: Alternative dictionary.

For this week’s badly spelled entry in the alternative dictionary, we get a little theological and a little poetic;

“Acrostic” – A nervous twitch brought on by religion.

See, I came up with a poem today Created so I could write it this way
I think it’s quite fine
Even these two lines rhyme
Never mind what real poets say.
Can’t think of a seven line verse
Eh, maybe that would’ve been worse.

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One liner Wednesday: Alternative dictionary.

This week’s misspelled alternative definition is another one of those Brit-centric words which may not be familiar across the pond (or elsewhere, for that matter) so I have included a further translation to clarify;

“Fainites”* – Camp crusaders.

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*English playground version of crying “uncle”

One liner Wednesday: Alternative dictionary.

Every now and then an alternative definition pops into my head when I read a word, then refuses to leave, no matter how corny and terrible it is. This leaves no room for additional thoughts to percolate, until I have excised it by inflicting it on you, my long-suffering readers.

This is an example of one such mindworm, so I apologise in advance for its awfulness:

“Operating” – Jamaican term for a highbrow musical form (e.g. Aida, Don Giovanni, etc)

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