Some Girls Just Wanna Have Fun!
Jolly moods often last only as long as you’re not perusing social media. Like me, have you developed an intemperance for inane and pompous social media? More than once it’s caused me to become …
CRAPULOUS ( -lɘs) n. – 1) characterized by intemperance, esp. in drinking, debauched; 2) sick from such intemperance. [ ]
Okay, yes, I know the dictionary pairs it with drinking; but crapulous was just too fun to pass up for Wordplay Wednesday, to apply it to anything that ruins your day through excess.
By its very utterance, crapulous lightens a mood spoiled by prolonged irritation, or yes, perhaps a three-martini“ business” lunch. And it’s just as effective for pretty much anything that sickens you, don’t you think?
So, here it is, Hump Day, and just when you thought the week was bleak, you’ve learned a new word that roles off the tongue in a silly sound to make you smile. Go ahead, say it! You’re welcome. Now you don’t feel so crapulous, do you?
Word Challenge: CRAPULOUS. Few words can accurately name our over-indulgences and excesses with levity. Be creative as you fit crapulous into your week of intemperate writings.
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LinDee Rochelle is a writer and editor by trade, and an author by way of Rock & Roll. She has published two books (of three) in her series, available on Amazon (eBook and print): Book 1 – Rock & Roll Radio DJs: ; and Book 2 – Rock & Roll Radio DJs: . Coming soon, … The Psychedelic Seventies!