Multifarious Day 2
But from now on, my blogging schedule will look as follow:
Mon – multifarious cauldron of deliciously chaotic madness. Yep, many things together, and many times the only link they will share is the fact that I wrote them and publish them here.
Wed – single-themed posts, party entries, and mayhap some leakage (I can’t believe oozage is not a word!) from Mondays because you aren’t the boss of me and I can post whatever I freaking want. Sorry for the outburst, I just read You Suck and Bite Me by Christopher Moore, and Abigail Von Normal’s, “emergency backup mistress of the Greater Bay Area darkness” perky and nostefaratu lingo is damn contagious.
Fri – the last day of the week will be dedicated to fiction. These next few weeks we will continue to enjoy, The Haunting: a Webserial of Pre-Chaos, and after that comes to an end, in August, I’m thinking that a webserial set in the tropical and volatile world of cute and wild AlmaMia Cienfuegos is in order. Fine, so maybe I got an email (or thirteen) from people saying that it isn’t fair that Luna and Leo are getting all kinds of page time while little AlmaMia doesn’t get to play. But still, I’m doing it because I want to; and not, in any way, because I’m terrified of Reader’s Wrath, which has been known to out-smite the fury of the mightiest of the gods.
Weekends – there will no blogging on Saturdays or Sundays. I will stop by Facebook and Twitter to check up on your wild selves. This also means that if I join any weekend blog party, my post will go up Monday or Wednesday. I’m saving the weekends for intense writing and family fun, details of which I will probably share on the following Multifarious Day.
My “O” Face – for this week’s fully buttered prompt, I bring you Little Death or what is commonly known as My “O” Face of the Tarot. In my completely made up Tarot deck, Little Death represents a never-ending cycle of orgasms: circle for continuity, purple for magical power, red for passion, black for mystery, and I didn’t know how to draw a FACE contorted by delightfully orgasmic spasms, so I just spelled it out. See?
Now, from the mildly ancient depths of my
1861 (freaking awesome) Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary,
I present today’s words:
Multidentate, a. Armed with many teeth.
Multifarious, a. Having great multiplicity; having great diversity or variety; as a multifarious artifice.
I thought diverse would be an appropriate description for this post, so I decided to spend some time with my 150-something-year-old dictionary reading words prefixed by multi, many and so on. While at it, I ran into the term multidendate, and although it has nothing to do with variety, it was too cool of word not to share, don’t you think? It’s nearly as awesome as multifarious.
Let’s put this multi-awesomeness into a sentence set in the world of Pre-Chaos
“Luna was not a pessimistic witch, but the multidentate grins on the faces of her attackers convinced her that if Magaly’s overuse of adverbs and adjectives didn’t fry her brain, then the multifarious gang of flesheaters creeping towards her would definitely kill her.”
Your turn, my Wicked Luvs; use multidentate or multifarious (or both!) in your comment, and prove that you have no problem acting as creepily nerdy as your Wicked Witch Writer ;-)