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?
Our political system may not be perfect, but at least we don’t live under a carrotocracy. A what?
Between all of the games and the political debates and discussions, I have been watching way too much TV of late. If you can relate to this, I think you will also relate well to today’s new Wordapod.
Much as we may like to think otherwise, we have all known things – (and places and…even people(?) – that can generously be described as tsures attractions.
Wednesday’s Wordapod Created by Matthew J. Goldberg, author of Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words In my experience, most people are just a little irrational, but most of us know at least one person who is always level-headed, rational and just a little bit too reasonable. Inrageous Inrageous (adj) – so [...]