Monday, September 20, 2010

Imaginary Word of the Day

blired
[blahy-rd]
–adjective

1.
a combination of feeling both blue and tired
2.
caused by too much work, too little sleep, and rainy weather
3.
as in "Man, I'm blired."
4.
cannot be cured by coffee alone. copious amounts of chocolate must also be consumed.
5.
or ice cream. that works too.


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14 comments:

Helene said...

I've sooo been there! You just rest your weary head...your fan club will still be here when you come back!!!

Kmama said...

((HUGS)) I'm right there with you this morning, and I think my tantruming 2 year old would agree as well. *sigh*

Jen said...

I like this word, yup I really do.

Sadia said...

I like blired - the word, not the state.

How about chocolate ice cream with chocolate-covered coffee beans, aka cappuccino crunch ice cream? (I swear I found it at Safeway once, a store brand.)

Annette said...

Yes, I feel a little blired right now, especially since it's that lull point in the afternoon. If chocolate can cure my condition, then I'm ready :)

wonderchris said...

I hear ya, I need ice cream too!!! :)

gringationcancun said...

Hahaha I'm gonna try to use that in a sentence today

Brandy@YDK said...

I'm right there with you - even my bones are blired.

Kristin said...

Coffee AND chocolate sound like excellent cures!

Liz said...

Dude, all I need is to hear a bunch of Southerners try to pronounce that word! It would end up being 4 syllables long.

Ruth Anne said...

I'm blired, too. My Owen was up vair vair early today. I gave you a mini-shout-out on my blog. And an apology cuz I'm a poophead and rarely check my skinny turtle email account.

I did drink a lot of coffee. And bake pumpkin cranberry bread. I guess that's what I do when I'm blired. Who knew?

Katherine said...

Hilarious. I'm going to say this and see if anyone notices.

Bethany @ Organic Enchilada said...

But saying that word is so much work - I don't think I have it in me. I can think it to myself though.

Brooke G. said...

Heee - I am BLIRED all the time! Coffee and chocolate help, for sure.

PS - I linked to you in a blog post I did today - hope that is OKAY!