Apr. 14, 2016

syllableism

 On "Oprah: Where are they now?" every follow-up guest they have on this show is doing hunky doory, and things could not be better for them right now.  What are the chances of that being true?
 
I have invented a new word...syllableism.  Someone was having a problem pronouncing magnolia.  I told them to break the word down by its syllables -- mag (short for magazine) knoll (JFK and the grassy knoll) ya (like, "Are ya going to the movies?" 

Here's the syllable break down of the word Kuykendyle -- cur (a dog) ken (Barbie's boyfriend) dial (Dial soap).  And the word celtic - kale (like the lettuce stuff) and tic (a sudden, repetitive, nonrhythmic motor movement or vocalization involving discrete muscle groups). 

One more..... the word syllableism -- sill (as the shelf below a window) la (as in "La, a note to follow so") bull (as in "That's a bunch of nonsense") is (as in is) um (as in "Um? Are you still reading this?"
 
Quote for the day:  "I decided to change calling the bathroom the John and renamed it the Jim. I feel so much better saying I went to the Jim this morning."  -unknown-

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