Okay, we haven’t done this for a while. I suppose we’ve been sidetracked by world events, great and small, for the past few months. But you know what? We should never stray too far from our core passions. Just to be clear: language and its awesome power, well, that’s one of our obsessions here at Seraphic Secret.
Thus, we never tire of quoting this Torah:
Death and life lie in the power of the tongue.
—Mishlei, Proverbs 18:21.
If you’re new to our little contest, here’s the drill: we’ve listed three really obscure English words. Your job—if you choose to risk the assignment—is to compose a single coherent and witty sentence using all three words.
Send the sentence to our comments section.
And the best Seraphic Sentence is the, er, winner.
n. inability to perform sexually due to fear of being overheard
v. to add urine to ale to make it stronger
n. a person with a meaningless job
Hat Tip: Futility Closet
And let’s not forget Project Valor-IT Veteran’s Day Fundraiser, to provide voice-activated lap-top computers to injured and disabled veterans. Please donate generously. This is a very important tzedakah, charity.