eclogue • \ECK-log\ (noun): a poem in which shepherds converse.
Example: "Be it in the appropriation of the goatherd or shepherd in the pastoral eclogue, or the neatly controlled terraces of the Georgics, the pastoral has always been an idyllicised representation of the rural world...." (John Kinsella, The Literary Review, January 2005).
I just looked at her for a minute then asked her what the heck an ass gasket was and she cheerfully told me.
Just as a side note, the brand we use in the store is called "Rest Assured."
i've always love the word 'nada'
spanish for 'nothing'. i've always wanted to learn the spanish language in full, but haven't had the time/follow-through yet, so instead I just end up mingling spanish words into english sentences lol just like edgar freemantle in duma key
pule \PYOOL\, intransitive verb:
To whimper; to whine.
She was said to pule when she could not get to a Stephen King book signing.
here's one for you guys:
defictionalise - to make something originating in fiction/virtual/hyper-reality into something real.
like what they did with Duff Beer. or willy wonka's chocolate bars
sorry if it sounds nerdy. it's kind of my topic for my dissertation
There's also the Bubba Gump Shrimp factory and Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans from Jelly Belly. With flavors like earwax, vomit and dirt, they are bound to be a hit! I have tried a few of them and they are so gross!
.....Back to topic!