Monday, February 11, 2008



Main Entry:
mo·rose Listen to the pronunciation of morose
\mə-ˈrōs, mȯ-\
Latin morosus, literally, capricious, from mor-, mos will

1 : having a sullen and gloomy disposition 2 : marked by or expressive of gloom

How is that for a first in a Waffle's post. I used a big word. Mom would be proud. I usually take a "writing" style that is more simplistic because I feel like I want to write for the masses. It does not mean I do not know big words. I actually was very good at big words in school.

I am in a funky mood. Poker is going ok. I focused on HU this weekend and went 16-6 over 22 games. I made a little profit. Bumped back over 1K. I have been thinking a lot how I do not see myself alive in five years. That is pretty gloomy and sullen.

It is funny in some ways my life is very very good and I can really see it just needs a few tiny little tweaks in the right direction to be very good. On the other hand I feel like I am trapped in a pit of gloom and despair with no way out.


Blogger jusdealem said...

Cheer up, waffles. Go read Carmen's NA those ppl should be feeling sad.

11:13 AM

Blogger SirFWALGMan said...

At least they have a hobby like drowning in booze.. maybe I should try that..

1:31 PM

Blogger Fuel55 said...

Booze is good. Or try this:

3:49 PM

Blogger bayne_s said...

Hookers and Blow

5:38 PM

Blogger DuggleBogey said...

As per Kevin Smith, the word "morose" should always be followed by "mother fucker" as in "Look at this morose mother fucker."

I feel ya man. I got 14 days 'til I turn 40.

11:01 PM


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