At the 2012 Conference on College Composition and Communication, three well-known scholars of composition led a discussion on a writing exercise they'd assigned themselves. Each wrote for an hour a day for a 30-day month on an everyday object, a consciousness-raising activity that revealed much about the the objects examined and the writers themselves. We've taken it upon ourselves to replicate this exercise and record the results here.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
A stupid way of saying "later"
I accidentally looked up the word ladel on Urban Dictionary.
(Don’t ask.) Two definitions caught my attention. The first
Defined it as an alternative to the act of spooning. Sample
Sentence something like, “We ladeled on the couch watching
Romantic comedies all afternoon.”
The second just made we chuckle to myself while sitting
Alone in my office at work.