Wednesday, April 29, 2009


   /ænˈtik/ [an-teek] adjective, noun, verb, -tiqued, -ti⋅quing.
1. of or belonging to the past; not modern.
2. dating from a period long ago: antique furniture.
3. noting or pertaining to automobiles approximately 25 years old or more.
4. in the tradition, fashion, or style of an earlier period; old-fashioned; antiquated.
5. of or belonging to the ancient Greeks and Romans.
6. (of paper) neither calendered nor coated and having a rough surface.
7. ancient.

   /ˈdeɪli/ [dey-lee] adjective, noun, plural -lies, adverb
1. of, done, occurring, or issued each day or each weekday: daily attendance; a daily newspaper.
2. computed or measured by the day: daily quota; a daily wage.
3. a newspaper appearing each day or each weekday.
4. dailies, Movies . a series of hastily printed shots from the previous day's shooting, selected by the director to be viewed for possible inclusion in the final version of the film; rushes.
5. British .
a. a nonresident servant who comes to work every day; a permanently employed servant who sleeps out.
b. a person employed to do cleaning or other household work by the day.
6. every day; day by day: She phoned the hospital daily.

   /ˌɪnkənˈsivəbəl/ [in-kuhn-see-vuh-buhl]
1. does not mean what you think it means.


Adorable Girlfriend said...

So the apothecary table is arriving when?

Chuckles said...

In two hundred years, after they've aged it a bit.

I kinda thought this was funnier, but I guess no one likes picture posts.

missyandchrissy said...

are you kidding? that's hilarious! (the post, not the fact that no one likes your picture posts. that's just weird.)

dontEATnachos said...

Haha, apparently Nunziata appreciates the joke.

Attributed to 'The Genius'. Even geniusier.