Shit: (Merriam Webster) Nonsense, crap. (Urban Dictionary) The most functional English word. My father used to tell me stories about how his older sister would stay up late at night and practice cursing because the kids at school used to pick on her. I can say that the practice worked, because ever since I’ve known … More Shit


Unresolved: (Merriam Webster) Not yet settled or decided. (Urban Dictionary) Unresolvable* The Obamacare website. The biggest piece of shit website in the whole wide world. Every page that you try to visit on this piece of crap website comes up with an error message that says “unresolvable”. Only the government could come up with a site that no … More Unresolved


Death: (Merriam Webster) The end of life: the time when someone or something dies. (Urban Dictionary) Death is the end of life. When I was a kid, my grandmother had a friend named Ms. Fullerton. I believe they met each other at church. Ms. Fullerton was such a close friend of my grandmother’s that she even … More Death


Opinion: (Merriam Webster) A belief, judgment, or way of thinking about something : what someone thinks about a particular thing (Urban Dictionary) Sometimes used as an excuse for someone to say anything they want.   My grandfather had been sick for my entire life. Sometime around the beginning of 2012 though, my grandfather became very ill and … More Opinion


Nosy: (Merriam Webster) Wanting to know about other people’s lives, problems, etc. (Urban Dictionary) Being up, or getting mixed up, in business or information that has no relationship to you whatsoever. Being up in the mix where you DON’T belong. Prying into the affairs and business of others. What is the difference between being nosy and showing … More Nosy


  Question: (Merriam Webster) A sentence, phrase, or word that asks for information or is used to test someone’s knowledge. (Urban Dictionary) Used in the beginning of a sentence when a person is either lost or confused. Where would we be in life if we didn’t ask questions? How would we learn anything? Gain a sense of … More Question


Karma: (Merriam Webster) The force generated by a person’s actions held in Hinduism and Buddhism to perpetuate transmigration and in its ethical consequences to determine the nature of the person’s next existence. (Urban Dictionary) Some say it’s a bitch. I could probably think of a million stories to tell about karma. But the day I … More Karma