Random phrases of the day

  1. All Greek To Me Meaning: When something is incomprehensible due to complexity; unintelligble.
  2. Right Out of the Gate Meaning: Right from the beginning; to do something from the start.
  3. Go Out On a Limb Meaning: Putting yourself in a risky situation in order to help someone; or to hazard a guess.

3 Random phrases of the day

  1. Quick On the Draw Meaning: Performing an action with the greatest of haste.
  2. On the Same Page Meaning: Thinking alike or understanding something in a similar way with others.
  3. Jig Is Up . Meaning: For a ruse or trick to be discovered; to be caught.

5 Random Acts of Kindness

  1. Lend a friend a book you think they’d like
  2. Save your family some time and buy their groceries
  3. We walk past homeless people every day; can you spare them 5 minutes of your time?
  4. Feeling brave? Give blood
  5. Surprise your siblings with their favourite sweets/chocolate

#MyLegacy Series – Jay Parkhe

“To hinder the description of illness in literature, there is the poverty of the language. English, which can express the thoughts of Hamlet and the tragedy of Lear, has no words for the shiver and the headache. It has all grown one way.”

“Yet it is not only a new language that we need, more primitive,

more sensual, more obscene but a new hierarchy of the passions;

love must be deposed in favor of a temperature of 104;

jealousy give place to the pangs of sciatica;

sleeplessness play the part of the villain,

and the hero becomes a white liquid with a sweet taste —

that mighty Prince with the moths’ eyes and the feathered feet,

one of whose names is Chloral.”

The Dancer and the Actress

The Dancer and the Actress

Rhyming Couplet Ideas by jay

See the snorting of the dancer,
I think she’s angry at the lancer.

She finds it hard to see the poke,
Overshadowed by the cold masterstroke.

Who is that looking near the fun?
I think she’d like to eat the spray gun.

She is but a soft acting,

Admired as she sits

upon a subcontracting.

Her clucking car is just a regret,

It needs no gas,

it runs on anisette.

She’s not alone

she brings apologies,

a pet kangaroo,

and lots of chronologies.

The kangaroo likes to chase a hurt,

Especially one that’s in the pay dirt.

The dancer shudders

at the ornamental tickle

She wants to leave

but she wants the Pickell.