Sep 18, 2009


–adjective Archaic.
misty; dim; dark.

A normal post for once, eh?
It took quite a while for me to actually get away from my story.
have any suggestions?
Tell them as a comment.
This post is not about my story


Oh my, my grades are really horrid right now. Actually, lemme double check them...
3rd-SCIENCE 96
Tri 1 French 4 100

Hhahaha, I'm failing pretty badly in P.E.
Lacrosse was my next subject, but apparently i beat myself to it. Let's set that aside for now ;|. Now I must confess, I was quite upset hearing the people new coming into my school have trashy language. Now don't tell me, Leon ur langauge is trashy too. I am 100% aware of the fact I am a hypocrite, but the reason i'm writing this is because to everyone who thinks it is good to swear:
1 Peter 3:10
"For, whoever would love life and see good days must keep his tongue from evil and his lips from deceitful speech."
James 3:9-12
"With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse men, who have been made in God's likeness. Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers, this should not be. Can both fresh water and salt water flow from the same spring? My brothers, can a fig tree bear olives, or a grapevine bear figs? Neither can a salt spring produce fresh water."

I find this problem really common in the pixies, who want to show off their fanciful language. As you may now, swearing/cursing is a fancy way of saying.... you know, like stuff that can be basic. For example follow this flow chart:

Feces > Poop > Dung > Crap > ****

Basicall when you say That's the (insert word here), then your basically saying that's the feces. Can't you just say that's the bomb or something?

Anyways, caliginous. What does that mean?
[read the dictionary definition here ]
IT means dark, but apparently in Ruth's mind, Caliginous is a fancy word to use. It mustn' be to wordy according to her. Now I totally agree. but is caliginous that fancy of the word? It's in the [transliterated] Aenid.
Time to exploit the definition of tirldar
As I stalked Ruth online, I found this. If you read her blog, then you will be overjoyed because this picture:
Now continuing with my elongated search.
HMM it may be a typo.
Maybe she was taking spanish one day, and she said tirldar instead of tildar.
Continuing to ponder...
Please give me suggestions on Paper Hearts.
IF it's too face paced, tell me where I should slow down


1 comment:

  1. why thank you for the plug. i like how i'm a tag now.

    good luck on your grades! although i'm not sure how you study for PE.


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