There may be a time and a place for everything. The difficulty is figuring out when and where.
So if frill is a verb, what does one frill, exactly?Do you frill a dress?Do you frill a paper?Does the wind frill your hair as it blows?Or -- dear god -- don't tell me it's some new sexual thing that I don't know about because if it is I think I really don't want to know about it.
I don't want to say too much, because I feel like it would be mean, but no, I think the student meant "frill" in the sense of "flitting around." Not sure what gave the student the idea that "frill" works in that fashion.If only it were a sexual thing, at least that would be interesting :)
No, no, profgrrrrl, it goes like this:"This subject absolutely frills me."Or maybe it's this: "I frill that the answer is..."Or maybe, "If I keep writing like this, I will be frilling the course and will have to take it again."I need a glass of wine, too.
Oh, thanks terminal degree. It's just like "axe", as in "I need to axe you a question, for reals." I hear a lot of that 'round these parts.
All that frills my soul is Jesus.
about Monday, around noon, I asked mr. t. if wine for lunch (instead of food) would be ok... grading was hard that day. and Simone de Behavior was haunting me.
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