One-Liner Wednesday

One liner Wednesday

If you can’t grok this dishy 1961 transformational grammar, golden-ager, just lip-synch to some soul music, take a diazepam, and don’t call me in the morning.

^^^ That was my one line… bolded words courtesy of my birth year neologisms. You can find yours by entering your birth year at this link. Diazepam is Valium, if you didn’t know ~ a great invention, if I do say so myself. Yay science! 😍

Here are more neologisms from 1961, grouped in what I think is an interesting way…

-bionic, computer science, operating system

– chocoholic, fettuccine Alfredo, eating disorder

-gunnery sergeant, military-industrial complex, compassion fatigue

-rocks glass, mai tai, after-party

And my personal favorite… benign paroxysmal positional vertigo! Thanks for that one. 🙄


Written for Linda’s One-Liner Wednesday


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14 responses to “One-Liner Wednesday

  1. I haven’t heard or read the word ‘grok’ since God was a boy.
    How cool are you little sister ❤ ❤ ❤

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  2. Thanks for the linky link. Mother Little Helper was a great use of science. Unfortunately, doctors give you the stink eye if you ask for it these days. I keep asking and my pain doc keeps saying no☹🤷‍♀️

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  3. Eek I Have BPPV 😬

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  4. Interesting 🧐

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  5. Had no idea chocoholic is our age.

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  6. Oh, fun one! Lip sync came about a lot sooner than I figured.
    The last one, BPPV – ugh – I’ve had that for years – it comes an goes, but still have to be careful.

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