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Today's word of the day....

ebbomega (410207) writes | more than 11 years ago

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Today's word of the day is "SUCK"

However, not the traditional sense (as in the verb: to suck).

No, suck is only today's word of the day if it is used as a noun.

As in:

Thank God Affleck's acting wasn't bad in the new Daredevil movie, because if it was, it would just add insult to injury with the writing being a teeming mass of SUCK!!!!

Today's word of the day is "SUCK"

However, not the traditional sense (as in the verb: to suck).

No, suck is only today's word of the day if it is used as a noun.

As in:

Thank God Affleck's acting wasn't bad in the new Daredevil movie, because if it was, it would just add insult to injury with the writing being a teeming mass of SUCK!!!!

Note the extra points given for putting the word entirely with capital letters, the sequence of exclamation marks (This is not being sarcastic, so the use of a numeric "1" afterwards would _not_ be appropriate) and preceeding with the words "teeming mass of".

Use it wisely. Remember... There's no point in building your vocabulary when you can simply reuse old words to illustrate your point.

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