Words of the Day for October 2022
People leave us lovely words in the amusingly named dick, along with short, factual and concise definitions. No really. Here's this month's words so far...
Monday October 31st, 2022
A semi t-t-t-t-t-talented singer. Has been in Jordan, the poor man.
Wednesday October 26th, 2022
For use on the internet. To prove that you can drive a web browser and participate in online_forums without threatening to beat up everyone else taking the piss out of your obviously lame ideas
Tuesday October 25th, 2022
The most beautiful thing about middle-class England is Radio 4. Destined, alas, to be replaced by “rolling” news. Don’t you love that word? News only rolls if you’re creating or publishing it. Those of us who digest it want our news pretty much stationary, thank you very much.
Monday October 24th, 2022
What was orignally a decent piece of software, but has become bloated, ugly and slow over time.
Sunday October 23rd, 2022
For when you’re not sure if you should say “yes” or “no”.
“Do you love my new shoes?”
Friday October 21st, 2022
Done and dusted
You’ve finished wanking. Now go to sleep.
Tuesday October 18th, 2022
The worst operating system in the world ever, designed for continued frustration.
Sunday October 16th, 2022
A man who, if he spent less time chatting to sexy men online while procastinating in IRC and more time working on the fucking BETA version on this site we would have more bleeding members! GET TO WORK BITCH! *cracks whip*
Saturday October 15th, 2022
Decent gin. My preference. Wonderful stuff, particularly the stuff we export. Nice green bottle too
Tuesday October 11th, 2022
Blood red sky, volcanically, eruptive, largely misunderstood
Monday October 10th, 2022
May include boozing, Swan, XXL, Kazzo, TJ porn, and trying not to wake everyone up with scott’s creaky bed.
Thursday October 6th, 2022
Birmingham New Street
A concrete carbuncle with dark cellar of a rail station with claustrophobic platforms underneath.
Tuesday October 4th, 2022
Also good for sex, and still teast good after too