Friday, February 25, 2011


The word today is 'GORMANDIZE':

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Enjoy the game!

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  1. Gormandize (vb., transitive) :

    - to don the accoutrements of Liverpool poet John Gorman, generally in order to portray oneself as that person by attending poetry readings in local public houses, publishing short and pithy tracts on various contemporary issues, and be seen in company with Roger McGough, Adrian Henri, and Mike McGear. (see also Goughmixturate, Henridiate, and McGearstick).

    Origins : Merseyside, 1960s

  2. Gormandize my love
    With deliberate savor
    For with fate's fickle hand
    This could be your last flavor

  3. Gormandize, my sweet,
    Indulge these few white teeth.
    Unroll the smorgasbord
    and let's go overboard!
    Frittatas, bagels, and more.
    For a few friends on the East shore.