Thursday, July 27, 2006

Fatigue

FATIGUE, n. The condition of a philosopher after having considered human wisdom and virtue.

2006 Update: The substance of things intended, the evidence of things undone.

5 comments:

puppybrose said...

Ha!

puppybrose said...

Fatigue: the state of mind in which one is easily amused, entertained and/or repetitive.

dddragon said...

ROFL ... your word for today is at the end of yesterday's comments, and appears FIVE times on your blog! toooooooo funny!

Doug said...

Dddragon, I couldn't open my site and didn't think I was publishing.

a4g said...

Fatigue, n. (Am dial.) A dangerous condition caused by overwork of the cerebral muscle. Modern palliatives include the headline, the blog aggregator, and the remote control.