Haha! Mrs. Astute is a riot! Okay, so I had to look up borborygmi Unusual word. Fun one, Lum!
Thanks Gina. I think borgorygmi is onomatopoeia as it imitates the sound of your stomach, but just in case I'm wrong, I added a couple of others. lol!
Fun, Lum! :)
Thanks De! :)
I like your humor...I'm with Gina, I didn't know what "borborygmi" meant either. I rather like the sound of it, though!
Thanks so much Janna! I always thought it was a funny sounding word and thought it would be good for the prompt. :)
Learned something new, borgorygmi. As far as Mrs. Astute, I resemble that inference. lol, Good one.
Thanks Ann. I always loved the expression "I resemble that remark" which I think is attributable to one of the Three Stooges. I think teachers are better these days but I recall that mine were more preoccupied with discipline than teaching.
I learned something new too! Will Walter's stomach get detention though? ;) Very fun take on the prompt!
Thank you Valerie. :)
great way to astutely work in an onomatopoeia from another culture!
Thank you Jody. :)
"borborigmi" is that from George Carlin? cool regardless.
I think it's a medical term and I don't know whether its intentional or not that the word sounds like a stomach growling. Thanks Sam.
The education cuts are really taking a toll on the quality of teachers... (:
I'm not sure about today. My own experience was strange enough! Thanks Draug.
LOL - very clever. Thanks for the new word too - I'd love to see what the Trifectans would make of borborygmi as a prompt.
I think we'd get a lot of stories about stomach ailments. :). Thanks Sarah.
That's how you miss an opportunity in teaching
Exactly. Thank Bjorn.
ROFL!What a cool excuse-a new word too-great use of the prompt Lumdog,loved it(giggle)!
Thank you for those kind words Atreyee! ;)
Too funny. Your uses of the prompts are always very interesting and that's an understatement.
Thanks so much for saying that Donetta. It means a lot coming from you since I always enjoy your work.
I love learning new words through our Trifectans. Great piece!Thanks for linking up!
Thank you Tri. :)
That is definitely my favorite new word!!! And Mrs. Astute... god love 'em and my grampy used to say.
Thank you Kymm. A lot of my teachers were like that.