Four days and counting down to Super Bowl XLVII, we’re nearing the climax of the NFL season. This happy occasion (for some?) inspired today’s Wordapod.
So, how are you doing with your New Year’s resolutions? Are they more like retrolutions…already?
Wednesday’s Wordapod Created by Matthew J. Goldberg, author of Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words When it comes to celebrations, champagne is certainly not a mandatory ingredient, although it never hurts to have it. Does it? So, however you marked your own New Year’s celebration, we hope that it wasn’t too… Champainful […]
Sometimes, there’s strength in numbers, yet there’s also comfort in being part of a menorahty.
If you’re planning on taking any tours in the near future, here’s one piece of advice: Beware of the braggadocents.
A fascinating, if fanciful…(although that’s the point of these Wordapods right?)…story surrounds the most essential Chanukah food.
Today’s Wordapod is an example of a tourist attraction… or is it a tsuris attraction?
And you thought that potatoes were only used to make lotkes and other delicious foods. Who knew the following? Just takes a little imashination.
Wednesday’s Wordapod Created by Matthew J. Goldberg, author of Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words Are any of you missing the NHL season, as I am? Hopefully, today’s Wordapaod will have you feeling just a little less ice-sick. Manituba Manituba (n) – a large, loud, low-range brass instrument played in central Canada—usually […]
What do some women wear on their fingers when trying to impress their office colleagues?