Remember this prompt, when your home was on fire and you got to save five items? That means you left a lot of stuff behind. What are the things you wish you could have taken, but had to leave behind?

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Jan 31st: DIY Laundry

First time to wash my clothes in a DIY laundry shop and first time to use a front loader. Paid 69 pesos for 2 tokens, plus a scoop of detergent and fabric conditioner. The price was the same amount I pay if I had it picked up by my usual laundry service provider. I would have saved more had I known that minimum wash can be as heavy as 8 kilos and I can bring my own laundry supplies. Next time, I know! Took me less than an hour wash and dry my clothes. I wouldn’t mind washing my own clothes if it’s this easy!

Jan 30th: Why?

You had one job


Fail road traffic sign: unloading and unloading zone


Jan 29th: Sweet Treats

I bought chocolates to surprise my team for their great performance, but I was the one who got surprised.

Thank you

I ate one already 😀

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Burning Down the House

Your home is on fire.

Grab five items (assume all people and animals are safe).

What did you grab?

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A Lexicographic Attempt

Play Lexicographer: Create a new word and explain its meaning and etymology.


Pronunciation: blāngk
Pronounced with a long A. Spelled with EY as distinction to its origin.

Origin: blank + damn
Simply saying the word like it’s DAAAMMMMMMMMMMMN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ➲

Definition: Damn blank. Extremely nothing at all and you can’t do anything about it. Used to say in a forceful way like you have exhausted all effort but still devoid.

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ICK: A True Story

I was back from a two-week vacation, preparing for my first day back to work.
I put my boots on and grabbed my bag.

I stepped back.
I thought I stepped on my cat’s tail.
When I checked, they’re no where near me.

I continued walking.
What was that?

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