Twerpette (named for my dachshund Molley, the original twerpette or "goofy girl") seeks to tweak the long nose of life with humor, affection, and gravitas. Topics include dating and relationships, faith and spirituality, language and writing, journalism, technology, arts, academe, whimsy and humanity. Cheeky and tweaky, Twerpette is rated PG13 for mature language and themes. This weblog began May 10, 2005. Copyright 2005-2016 Steve Deyo.
Saturday, March 24, 2007
Monday, March 19, 2007
Email: A locust walks into a bar [EH]
There is a way to get the dating sites to stop sending you stuff but it may take a while to figure them out. They're sneaky that way.
What a great scripture and application [Joel on God restoring the years that the locusts ate]!
You never want to be like those empty-headed bimbos in a bar anyway. That only leads to one thing (and then it runs away first chance it gets).
Free online file translation is a service whose time has come!
Words: hie [AHED]
INTRANSITIVE & TRANSITIVE VERB: Inflected forms: hied, hie·ing or hy·ing, hies
To go quickly; hasten.
ETYMOLOGY: Middle English hien, from Old English higian, to strive, exert oneself.
(Hie thee was originally the closest to the modern expressions Get yourself, Haul yourself, or Haul ass.)