In love and friendship, the most important people in our lives will forgive us our foibles. But in war, a foible is a dangerous thing that can lead to death or worse if your swordplay isn’t up to snuff. Stop on by T for Translation for today’s Wacky Word Wednesday, where we discuss the origins of the word “foible” and its relationship to swords. See you there!
Hiya everyone! We’re back with more wacky-ness with today’s Wacky Word post. If you’ve ever misheard or misinterpreted song lyrics, then this is the post for you. Check it out to learn about a situation that everyone can relate to: singing along to your favorite song with made-up lyrics. Hey, they’re close enough, right? More at T for Translation, so stop on by today!
Hey everybody! We’re back with another Wacky Word Wednesday. Today’s wacky word goes hand-in-hand with last week’s word, fletcherize, which means to thoroughly and and slowly chew your food. If, at the end of the day, there’s nothing more you’d like to do than head to your local pub and quaff a brew, then check out today’s wacky word for some good reading!
Hi everyone! We’re halfway through the week, which is the perfect time to stop by and check out today’s Wacky Word! If you’ve ever had an embarrassing story involving getting stuck in a mud pit, then this is the word for you. And if not, it never hurts to expand your vocabulary. Check it out today!
Hungry but feeling lazy? Don’t you ever want to just stretch out and relax, while satisfying your appetite at the same time? The ancient Greeks and Romans got it right when it came to dining — stop by and learn something new with this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday!
Ever get an itch in a spot that you just can’t reach? It’s quite possibly the most annoying feeling in the world, and we’ve all had it at one time or another. Betcha’ didn’t know there was a word for it, though! So go ahead and scratch the itch of your curiosity and check out today’s Wacky Word Wednesday!
Be honest: have you ever felt an inexplicable urge to suddenly break out into a wild dance? Yeah, we have too. And apparently, there’s a word for a phenomenon (or condition, rather) that explains the sudden urge to get your boogie on. So if you’ve got a few minutes, stop on by and check out today’s Wacky Word Wednesday for a fun new rockin’ word.
Do you remember when you were a kid and you did something terrible to anger your mother, at which point she’d fly into your room, put her hands on her hips, and verbally rip you a new one? Well, there’s a word for that ferocious hands-on-hips pose, so if you want to relive some terrifying memories, feel free to stop on by and expand your vocabulary with this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday!
Have you ever really wanted something but couldn’t bring yourself to admit it? Or worse: have you ever really wanted something, but lied about NOT wanting it? Humans are strange creatures, but hey, the best part about being human is something called human experience, which means that we’ve all been there, done that. In any case, if you’re interested in learning a new word for this psychological phenomenon, be sure to check out this week’s Wacky Word Wednesday! And stop being coy: you know you want to.
As it gets colder outside, you can’t go ten feet without hearing someone blow their nose or fight off a bad case of the snuffles. So for this week’s Wacky Word Wednesday, we introduce a slobbery new word for your reading pleasure and talk a little bit about the wonders of the human body, its functions and its, um… fluids. Enjoy!