expectactious adjective ex·pec·ta·tious | \ ˌek-ˌspek-ˈtā-shəs\ To be so focused on the future that you can’t see the now. Example:She was expectatious of the stairs, and missed the doormat.
Assholy noun assho·ly | \ ˈas(h)ōl-ˌy Being righteous in one’s self importance. Example:He walked away from his parking job, assholy and defiant.
Screedapled adjective ˈscreedap·pled | \ skrēˈda-pəld\ To have one’s beliefs colored by a variety of screeds of tracts, without deep conviction or understanding of the issues. Example:His life was sceedapled by Fox and Daily Stormer.
I like to read. I read all the time, really. Of course a lot of people don’t consider surfing the net reading, but of course it is. By that measure, I’m probably reading more now than at any time in my life. That’s quite an accomplishment considering I used to read while I walked home […]