dord (dôrd), n. density of mind; chiefly exhibited by one who attempts to demonstrate supposed knowledge --adj. dord'ish


WAGW? (Part 2)

Rather reminiscent of last year.

Maybe Napoleon would have fared better in Russia if he'd had a few of these babies to help clear the way.

(After concluding that this is a rather stupid-looking photo, I realized that one can expect no less when imitating Napoleon.)

Special thanks to DeAnna for photographic assistance.

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Blogger Laedelas Greenleaf said...

Ha! Looks like fun!

3/08/2008 6:33 PM

Blogger Brian Whalen said...

Did you really just compare yourself to Bonaparte?

3/10/2008 1:21 AM

Blogger Jason said...

Main Entry: im·i·tate
Pronunciation: \ˈi-mə-ˌtāt\
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): im·i·tat·ed; im·i·tat·ing
Etymology: Latin imitatus, past participle of imitari — more at image
Date: 1534
1 : to follow as a pattern, model, or example
2 : to be or appear like : resemble
3 : to produce a copy of : reproduce
4 : mimic, counterfeit

Main Entry: [3] mimic
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): mim·icked \-mikt\; mim·ick·ing
Date: 1671
1 : to imitate closely : ape
2 : to ridicule by imitation
3 : simulate
4 : to resemble by biological mimicry

3/11/2008 10:17 PM


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