Today is a beautiful Sunday.
Contrary to my usual behaviour, I think I'll go out and enjoy the sunshine. But I'd like to share a smile with you, albeit briefly, so I'll leave you with this bit of iconic fun.
This is definitely worth a click.
Enjoy your day.
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Hey Delores! Ooooh, a new word! *looks it up* Yep, guilty as charged! Indigo xDelete
Possible Sanskrit usages...
"shlaakhaH"; one who pervades or penetrates
"shlaghaH"; one who coaxes, wheedles, boasts, eulogises
"shlakshhnaka'; slippery, smooth
You wouldn't be a slack snacker now would you Indigo yaar, mate, pal???
&*> YAM xx
Namaste Yam! Ooooh, I'm loving the Sanskrit there. AFter recently discovering that bandana is originally Sanskrit (bandhana = a bond), I'm delighted to learn more :D And yes, there may be snacking involved =) Indigo xDelete
Slacker - that's one who loves to wear slacks, is it not? And the easy life would be wearing polyester slacks, I bet. Huh. I never took you for a no-iron, polyester-slacked guy. What's next? stitched creases? Tsk.ReplyDelete
Hey Jenny! Exactly right. No polyester here tho. I'm loving the crimplene and (for special occasions) lamé. Oh yes! Indigo xDelete
Crimplene ... haven't heard that word since high school home ec :)Delete
Hey, we're still rockin' the crimplene in the UK. It's like the 70s never ended =) Indigo xDelete
Thursday is couch potato weather, every excuse for slacking, if none for slacks. Though that elasticated waistband does make 'em comfy, I have to admit.ReplyDelete
Hey Z! As Rosemarie and myself remarked to you last week at the (frankly awesome) afternoon tea: you need to sit down more. Finding one's slack is not just about lazing about. It's about finding space to think, reflect, and have forty winks. Indigo xDelete