Dis is actually a word. I thought it was just slang. I’d never thought about it before, but I checked and it is an actual word.
I looked up a couple of words today to write about. Frustrated, lurid and mood all were researched, but I found the etymology of disgruntled to be the most interesting. Not really sure how lurid became part of the process, but it popped up in there while I was reading something.
Shout out to @DrJayJack and I wish him much success with his new book. Everyone should check it out – 17th & K Street: Deluxe Version (Free Download). If you click here… you can download everything that he released with his book (podcasts and mixtape). Oh and that’s also his personal blog, so feel free to explore. Now, if I was to list every other affiliation of his we would be here all day and I need to move on to the letter “G”.
Rather than heading over to twitter to bitch and moan about this melancholy mood I’ve been in the last couple of days I decided to do a “Word of the Day” post. The last one I did was on the word insatiable.
Un is not a word, though it is used in a similar fashion as dis. And while dis and un detract or make opposite the root of the word, dis when pronounced [dees] means woman. I wonder about the etymology of dis with that usage. Makes me think it may have something to do with Eve being the opposite of man and being created from the detracted rib of Adam. Nothing that I read mentioned it though.
Nutter Butters are delicious. Peanut butter is the best.
Today was and will continue to be a least for a few more hours.
Loony as it may seem, gruntled means satisfied, pleased or contented.
Everyone wants a piece of the pie.
Damn, if they want the responsibility that comes with it. And yes, per my norm I used cuss words and mentioned God in the same blog post. I’m still me.
Peace and hair grease ~ Mel.