There's something about poetry that saves me… ~ Martin Espada
LOL! Love it! :)
:o) thanks - sometimes I take myself too seriously, and then I just have to do something like this,lol.
Not foolish at all but very true indeed ;-)
Those darn "dotes." Made me smile ear-to-ear.
hee hee, thanks both of you!
Yeah! What the heck is a 'dote' anyway?Okay, I checked the dictionary:dote / doʊt / [doht]Also, doat.dot·ed, dot·ing, –verb (used without object)1. to bestow or express excessive love or fondness habitually (usually fol. by on or upon ): They dote on their youngest daughter. 2. to show a decline of mental faculties, esp. associated with old age. –noun 3. decay of wood.So an antidote would be:–verb (used without object)1. to un-bestow or not express excessive love or fondness habitually (usually fol. by on or upon ): They antidote on their youngest daughter. 2. to stop showing a decline of mental faculties, esp. associated with old age. –noun 3. stopping the decay of wood.Hey, I could use some of that wood antidote stuff!
Hahahaha - now we know! Too funny Eric. I was just thinking of the opposite of an anti-dote :o)
lovely question.enjoyed your take.
Thanks Jingle. Just a little fun, can't be serious all the time. :o)
Is the opposite of 'antidote' 'prodote'?I reckon I could do that.By the way, I am sure your god prodotes on you too, when she finds the time.
lol, prodote, why didn't I think of that?And, I'm glad my comment was taken in the manner it was intended; thanks for that :o)
short and brilliant. I love your acerbic witWarmest SaladLuke @ WordSalad
Thank you Luke. I'm very fond of your salads.
Short, simple, creative!
Thank you so much! I will look for it :o)