drive it like you stole it

This is something that I said to my boyfriend, Sam, as we got in the car this morning. He looked at me strangely. Firstly, because I’m a lover of ‘nana’ driving – yes, anything over say 50 miles an hour makes me nervous. And secondly because we were not in a rush, we were just headed out to the local supermarket. But just saying these words made the Sunday grocery shop feel a little more exciting than a usual Sunday grocery shop would.

Last week’s challenge: Go through Urban Dictionary & find some fun/ridiculous new words to add to your vocabulary.

I’ve signed up to receive a new slang word each day from Urban Dictionary and I’ve been using these to complement my usual, now seemingly boring, vocabulary. Lonelybooking for example:

Adding status updates to Facebook, constantly, because no one is paying attention to one. Also, being alone in one’s room in a house full of people, feeling lonely, and appealing to Facebook to feel validated.
Person 1: Crapsauce! John has texted me three times, and updated his status six times. He must be lonelybooking again.
Person 2: I’d talk to him, if he didn’t lonelybook all the time. It’s so annoying.


So now that my lingo is completely urbanised (and I’ve deleted my three status updates from this morning), I’m ready to get back to my ‘Bed Browsing’. Crapsauce will become my new swear word. There’s no way mum will fine me for using that one.

Challenge Happiness Rating: 6/10 – love learning a new word or two although be warned people might look at you with a raised eyebrow when you try and incorporate them.

Caz x

This week’s challenge: Make yourself the biggest ice-cream sundae you’ve ever seen. Decorate it with hot fudge sauce, whipped cream, sprinkles, nonpareils, whatever you like. Take a photo. Give it a name (“Jane’s Orgasmatron Cardiac Arrest Sundae”). Devour. Maybe without using your hands. Take a photo of that too.

P.S. This is going to be a tough one!!

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