Previous 'say what' posts ... where I discuss and link various 'unique phrases' I have found while reading online.
Say What #2, Feb 2009
Say What #1, Sep 2008
What defines a 'unique phrase'..?? Well, it has to be at least two words. A one word phrase makes no sense, right..?? These unique phrases also have to be made up of real words, though I will stretch the definition for a word or phrase that still would be recognizable for most readers.
With more and more bloggers every day . . .I am sure more and more unique phrases will continue to be created and shared across the web
So again, as I stated in my earlier post two word 'unique' phrases earn a gold medal, three words a silver, and four word unique phrases draw a bronze medal.
See, that is all kinda cool. Come along with me. Lets see what shiny baubles we have found this time.
Unique phrases I have crafted or discovered:
No results found for "feeling autopsied"
Not even the place where I found it. What is up Google..??
"This book left me feeling autopsied." From an Epinions review of a Patricia Daniels Cornwell novel featuring Dr. Kay Scarpetta, ... a renown(sic) forensic pathologist. Apparently some of the medical descriptions were a bit over the top...
Two results found for "poise of emptiness."
From another Epinions review: "They have to be to fix such poise of emptiness."
The writer was describing a book that captures that island of Cuba in photographs. As the author of the review notes: "There's no depth, no momentum" to the pictures of the book. A wonderful phrase and a wonderful review.
No results found for "cooing idiocy"
A comment on yet another Epinions review: " ... she has neither 'hardened' to the point of detached coldness nor 'softened' to mere cooing idiocy as many people we've encountered seem to in the professional animal care industry."
The comment was addressing the idea that some animal shelter workers become 'cold and hard' by their work while others go to the opposite extreme of "cooing idiocy"
Two results found for "with wincing beauty"
Yet another Eps review: "They're authentic emotions encountered on the rollercoaster of feelings during life ... displayed ... with wincing beauty."
These words are from a review of the film Marley and Me, describing the experience of viewing the film.
Just another example of the quality of writing found on Epinions.
Once again, just the latest update on my little web reading-n-writing obsession. Looking forward to sharing more once again on down the road.
Hey, if you have any examples of your own please share them in a comment..!!