LiberryDwarf

April 17, 2007

I know how men in exile feed on dreams….

Filed under: Kittens, News Articles, Words/Language — liberrydwarf @ 1:35 pm

Well, having been banished to the farthest reaches of the universe (read: the Business Library) for the afternoon, I have no coping mechanism left but to blog, dear readers…

 1) Today’s insults just don’t cut it anymore, do they? Nothing unique about the F word, C word or any of those other asceptic alphabetical affronts. (Oh I do love my thesaurus!) Shakespeare, on the other hand…that guy sure did know how to cuss! And while it won’t give you W.S’s actual favourite dirty words, the Elizabethan Curse Generator (http://trevorstone.org/curse/) will serve you up a tasty bunch of Shakespeare-inspired insults to dish out at will (no pun intended).  Go have a look, thou clouted mad-bread hedge-pig!

2) Do you ever look at the news on TV or in the paper, shake your head, laugh and make humorous comment? (Today’s news an exception, nothing funny about what’s happened at Virginia Tech at all…) Fark.com is the forum for you! Read today’s wacky out-there news stories, leave your opinions, or just see what others had to say. Japan is offering free repairs for 180,000 toilets after wiring problems caused several to catch fire. Got something to say about that (or just wondering why Newsday.com decided that was news)? Head on over to Fark.com and share!

3) Last (and cutest), this (http://bertc.com/uselessCat.htm) may be the world’s most useless cat…

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