Re: OT: A new word was invented today.
On Wednesday, February 19, 2014, Tammy Van Boening <
tammyvb -at- spectrumwritingllc -dot- com> wrote:
...Haha. I tapped my iPhone to define "efforting"--Siri responded "No
According to Sports Business Daily, the network is currently efforting the hiring of another analyst in the near future.
Good one. I needed a laugh today!
English is SO flexible! A word can take on any meaning that you perspire.
Ad on the radio for some kind of home heating system, "You don't need to pay to comfort rooms you are not using."
I can see that I might comfort my grandmother if her cat dies, but how do I comfort a room? Buy it a new rug because the old one is threadbare?
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