TRIFECTA is spouting foul mouthed this week…great time to play along.
Here’s what Trifecta has to say for week 97:
“This week’s prompt word is inspired by a less-than-inspiring few weeks in the life of at least one (no more than three) Trifecta editor(s). If this type of language is not your thing, don’t worry. There aren’t too many more swear words with third definitions in our dictionary, so we can guarantee Trifecta won’t always be not safe for work. If it is your thing, well, give us your best.
Remember arguing with your parents during your teens or early 20’s?
I sure do. Right near the end of the argument I would say something logical to counter their last remark. Then my parents would reply with the obligatory “Don’t be a smart-ass!”. To that I would almost always respond with, ” I’d rather be a smart-ass instead of a dumb-ass!”. They never found it funny but I always did. So I would laugh, run out the door, and speed away in my Dodge Intrepid. I was and still am a crazy-ass dude, but crazy-ass in a good way. I’m also told I’m a funny-ass guy. During my current job search I’m a broke-ass dude. So put it all together and you get a smart-ass, broke-ass, funny-ass, crazy-ass dude. Now please allow me to end with a nice-ass quote from Galileo:
“Mathematics is the language with which God wrote the universe.”
- Trifecta: Week Ninety-Six (highfiveandraspberries.wordpress.com)
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