Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
I love your definition today.Truce: This is what Hatfield and McCoy called whenever they both needed to use the outhouse. The shooting would stop temporarily, then resume once the outhouse business was completed.:-)
Christmas vacation in the trenches.
(Content deleted by Jim)..Once before I wasn't nice to J.D. and she didn't read my blog for ages. She labeled me ('hitonious') until she finally called a truce after I appoligized...
2009 Update: Aloof antagonism.
You're are thinking Palin and Letterman, eh?Truce is needed there. For her good.
Burying the hatchet somewhere other than in the other guy's back.
truce-beer me, and all is forgotten.
Truce, like a layover a temporary lull which can last forever or not so much.
I will gladly wait to bite you tomorrow if you don't bite me today.
Truce, n, reloading.
Oooh, very good Ariel! I like that.
Good fences make good neighbors.
JD, I bet the neighbors preferred the shooting.Right, Nessa. A time to trade hymnals.Jim, I still feel bad for one time in 2005 I wasn't nice to J.D. She's sweet. What's wrong with us?Sounds like soft power to me, Flip.Sauerkraut, why would I be thinking of Letterman and Palin?TLP, in the back makes for a detente.Actonbell, I'm new to that phrase. It's because I'm unmarried, isn't it?Perfect analogy, Cooper. Not long enough if you're in a hurry.An inverted Wimpy's Dilemma, Icy.Exactly, Ariel. Well done.TLP, you have discriminating tastes.Bob, shrubbery and a twelve gauge makes a pretty fair neighbor, too.
Thanks, TLP. ;)
My Okie great grandmother's eye was put out by that kind of neighbor, RBUD.
That happens to Okie great grandmothers more than you might think, Weirsdo.
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