Paul’s Awesome English Dictionary: Today’s Word – Biobe

There are so many tiny things in the world! How are we expected to know what they’re called? And single-cell organisms, why they’re are billion types of them. We can’t possible know and remember their […]

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Paul’s Awesome English Dictionary – Today’s Phrase: Nasal Excavation

How many times has this happened to you? You’re at a party you didn’t really want to attend. You gravitate to a corner of the room. You have nothing to do to pass the time. […]

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Paul’s Awesome English Dictionary – Today’s Word: Nomogofo

Sometimes a word is so useful and necessary that it has been crying in the ether to be coined. Once used, we all wonder, “It’s so obvious now. How do we ever get along without […]

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Paul’s Awesome English Dictionary – Today’s Word: Puos

The world teems with people unsure of the plural form of puo. This uncertainty dates back the Elizabethan Era. Astoundingly enough, there’s no word that means more than one puo. It’s time to correct this […]

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Paul’s Awesome English Dictionary – Today’s Phrase: Final Exit

We put a man on the moon. We look at itty-bittiest things in the universe, a muon or some such thing; it’s much smaller than an atom which we can’t see either. We can use […]

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Motivational Poster #7, Data Entry

Do data entry. Do it now. – Paul De Lancey, The Comic Chef, Ph.D., motivator Check out my latest novel, the hilarious apocalyptic thriller, Do Lutheran Hunks Eat Mushrooms? It’s published by HumorOutcasts and is available in paperback or Kindle on amazon.com

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Pastrami Sandwiches and Impressionism

American Entree MATTHEW’S PASTRAMI SANDWICH INGREDIENTS 8 slices rye, crusty deli bread, or French rolls* ⅓ cup Russian dressing 1½ pounds sliced pastrami** 4 slice Swiss cheese 2 cups coleslaw SPECIAL UTENSIL*** aluminum foil * […]

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Dylan is what happens when parents listen to Leonard Cohen…

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