April 6th, 2018

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Word of the Day 04/06/18 Dornick

Dornick (noun)
dornick or dorneck [dawr-nik]

1. a stout linen cloth, especially one of a damask linen.

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Origin: 1400-50; late Middle English dornyk, after Doornik (French Tournai), where the cloth was first made


Dornick (noun)
dornick [dawr-nik]

1. a small stone that is easy to throw

Origin: 1830-40, Americanism; < Irish dornóg small casting stone (literally, fistful)

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Say What Friday

Hello all!

I hope everyone survived Easter and is steadily working through the pile of candy that somehow appeared on your desks.

This week's quote is:

"The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity."

Harlan Ellison

Remember to check out this month's challenges. They are crossovers and a WIP push.

Let's see if we can crack two million words this month.

Weekend Challenge: All things Strange and Wonderful

In honor of the return of Legion for S2, which started Tuesday night and is just as wild and bizarre (if not more so) than S1...

I bring you random weirdness from around the internet.

Give me a number (or however many you dare) between 1 and 30, and I'll give you the corresponding strangeness. Run with it...see what they inspire...be it nightmarish or comedic or fanciful. You've got until Thursday to let the muses play. I can put together icons...I can add to my wip for NaNoCamp...so lets see what bizarreness you can throw at me ;)