Thursday, February 25, 2010

Words of the Week

Deliquesce \del-ih-KWES\

1.To melt away or to disappear as if by melting.

Example:

Since I've been accepted to my graduate school of choice my motivation to do well in my current classes has deliquesced.

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Pukka \PUKH-uh\, adjective

1.Authentic; genuine.
2.Superior; first-class.

Example:

I am so baller. I am so pukka. So is this blog.

15 comments:

Artistic Logic said...

huh

Melanie's Randomness said...

I use the word pukka all the time! This blog is pukka! =)

Youthful Wisdom said...

I found these random words and though omg I should post about it... but apparently it was fail. Boo.

Margie said...

Pukka, I like that word!

Margie :)

Mrs. Cullen said...

I LOVE THE WORD PUKKA. I'm so freaking pukka it hurts. iaspih.

Tricia said...

pukka sounds nice

Anonymous said...

A friend of mine mentioned 2012 last night to me and it's the first I heard about it so I jumped on here out of curiosity. I think it's kind of sick and sounds like a bunch of skeptical jargon.
I choose to live every day like it is the last because let's be real, WHO THE HELL KNOWS what is going to happen or when it's your time to go on. The past is history, the future is a mystery and now is a gift, thats why it's called the present. It's not healthy to sit around and trip out about when you will die. Stop wasting your time you have now.
[url=http://2012earth.net/earth_role_in_the_universe.html
]Nibiru
[/url] - some truth about 2012

Mrs. Cullen said...

Omg CC. Did u read what the above person wrote? FML.

Cheryl said...

Did you get a dictionary for a present or something?

Anonymous commenter should jump off a cliff and just die.

*mary* said...

Hey ladies- if any of you would like to take part in the sketchbook thing I'm doing please let me know. I'd love for you to be part of it. I'm sending out a blank sketchbook for bloggers to decorate however they see fit, and I'm including a list of blogs that would like to have a turn with the book. That way when someone is done they just come to your blog and you can email them your address and they send the book to you, and so on. It'll be fun!

It starts Monday. If I don't get your name on the list you can still be part of it, so no big deal if you don't read this in time. Hope to hear from you!
-Mary

Rationality said...

when I read that ward PUKKA I was like HUH! is it a good ward!!!
well..it's a name of a jucie in here and Japanese people say Paka >>>=which means STUPID..
thanks for you the new ward anyway
and thanks again for sharing us your pukka blog *thumbs up*

Texan Teen said...

Ohhh I love these words...
I didn't know pukka meant that! (: I'm going to include it in my vocab now ;D

Heckety said...

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm........

Heckety said...

What's with that 2012 comment?

Actually 'pukka' is still used by colonials...like my pa-in-law. It gives me the giggles, it just sounds so snottyposh!!

supreem said...

omG i totally love that word!!! i'm sooo using it from now on!!! I'm so PUKKA!