More Than Words

More Than Words

Elicit: to draw or bring out or forth; educe; evoke.

… I’ve got nothing

Ironic: using words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning.

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10 Comments

    1. Author

      Writer’s block is always tragically serious!

      1. I’m not as sure. I’ve read some stuff that made me wish the author had gotten some severe blockage.

        1. Author

          I’ve been guilty of sub par posts, sorry if you read any 😀

          1. Dance With Evil by H F Scott was what I had in mind. So far, the English language has defied me to adequately describe how outstandingly bad it is.

            Sub par doesn’t even come. It’s less a book and more a sewage clot. You couldn’t write this atrociously if you were lobotomized first.

            1. Author

              Well, I think I’ll skip that one thanks! On the plus side, I see it’s selling on ebay for $20 so maybe you can make some money on it?

                1. Author

                  I thank you for your sacrifice!

  1. I got excited when I saw the word until I re-read it and realized it wasn’t illicit. Took all my fun away. Sat for an hour trying to ELICIT a post. Didn’t work.

    1. Author

      Yeah my house mate thought it was illicit too, so disappointing!

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