Permanent Shade/Sick No More

Permanent Shade/Sick No More


\MOYL\, intransitive verb:
1. To work with painful effort; to labor; to toil; to drudge.
2. To churn or swirl about continuously.
3. To die in an ocean of cheap metaphors of your own construction.
4. To try to do so.
5. To fail at dying this way.
6. To keep trying anyway.
7. To have hope for and faith in your eventual failure and to work diligently toward if forever with acceptance and warmth because your confidence comes from your understanding of your innate incompetence and your humility is a product of your strong sense of security and self worth and because you believe that traveling in circles might as well be the same as standing still and/or moving forward because the scenery doesn't change even when it does.
8. To fruitlessly invest in your own stock.


\AHR-go; -gut\, noun:
1. A specialized and often secret vocabulary and idiom peculiar to a particular group, the unsanctioned knowledge of which is punishable by death, and of which the word argot is an example, and you can expect your death sentence, decided by a jury of your peers, written in a language you could never hope to understand, and, besides which, doing so would be punishable by additional deaths, to arrive in the mail shortly.
2. A letter people receive after reading this entry, often with more acceptance than you might think.

\ar-GOT, verb:
1. To wish you never knew.
2. To dance out of desperation.

David Attenborough

n. Richard Attenborough's brother
v. to be Richard Attenborough's brother

ex. David Attenborough David Attenboroughed Richard Attenborough making Richard Attenborough Richard Attenborugh's brother, David Attenborough.


1. n. Chicken, black as your cold dead heart.

Pablum, Pap

1. n. a brand of soft, bland cereal for infants.
2. n. trite, naive, or simplistic ideas or writings; intellectual pap.

The professor found the ideas so utterly boring that he quickly shoveled them into his baby's mouth via the "airplane" method.

1.n. soft food for infants or invalids, as bread soaked in water or milk.
2.n. an idea, talk, book, or the like, lacking substance or real value.

In need of sustenance, we mingled the Bible with Julia's breast milk and survived on its pap for weeks.


Function: noun
a point at which the derivative of a given function of a complex variable does not exist but every neighborhood of which contains points for which the derivative does exist


the state of willingly taking on the burden of another*

*from the mouth of Garth W. Green, professor of Christianity