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February 16th, 2018

Word of the Day 02/16/18 Moxie

Moxie (noun)
moxie [mok-see]


noun, Slang.
1. vigor; verve; pep.
2. courage and aggressiveness; nerve.
3. skill; know-how.

See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com

Origin: 1925-30, Americanism; after Moxie, a trademark (name of a soft drink)

Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.

Say What Friday

Hello all.

This week's quote is...

"A truly great person never puts away the simplicity of a child."

Do with it what you will.

Weekend Challenge: Like the bard said...









One of my favorite gifts I received this Christmas is a set of fridge magnets with 200 words pulled from Shakespeare's works.  The idea is to make bard-inspired sentences and phrases out of them.

So, comment here with either "Single Bard" (for one prompt) or "Double Bard" (for two), and I will deal out the Elizabethan Inspiration. :)

PS: Some of the prompts are angsty, some more playful, some a little saucy - and of course, the fic/art they inspire can go in any genre direction. Post 200 or more words by Thursday at 11:59pm Eastern, and I'll write a ficlet or make you some icons as you request.

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