Thursday, April 28, 2011

Xenomenia, No Seriously

X is for Xcuse Me

I don’t know about the rest of you, xpecially those of you who actually did the right blog on the right day, but I’m about blogged out! I could not think of a single thing interesting that started with the letter ‘x’. Of course, I thought of the usual, xylophone, x-ray, x-men, xanadu (BTW the blogger that stuck song that in my head, I’m coming after you) and xenodocheionology.

Okay the xeondocheionolgy is a lie, but I do love hotels.

So, I was looking for an ‘x’ word that meant procrastinator, as I’m definitely guilty, but alas I’m ‘x’ed out of luck.



I did find out something special though, I’m a xanthous! Now, if you’d have called me that in the tenth grade I probably would have hidden under my desk and cried, but by the time I was twenty, especially with a couple of tequila shots in me, I’d have busted your front teeth out. However; today with the vast wisdom I’ve acquired, received a few swings at my own teeth, I’m quite proud to be one.

Redhead that is!

I know every insult there is that goes along with being a xanthous but I still find my favorite to be: Red on the head like a piece of cornbread. Quite literary, don’t you think?

Okay short and sweet, I’m just going to explain that title: Xenomenia-menstruation from abnormal orifices. he he Think I’m going to use that one!

11 comments:

  1. Where is the like button for this blog.I throughly enjoy reading this it made me laugh a little.It's nice to have bit of humor...Nice post!
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  2. LOL. I have redheads in my family and there's a trace of it in my hair. I'm pretty convinced redheads are a separate race.

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  3. good job, oh xanthous one.
    happy x day!
    thank goodness only 2 left =)

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  4. I love this word; my hubby is a red head. He hates the red headed step child expression. I think it is likely we will have a red headed grandchild. My son has my coloring, dark and our daughter a blonde.
    Nice to meet you~

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  5. Great post ... let's hear it for the most famous redhead of all ... Carrot Top!

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  6. Hehehe. Loved this post. Yay for redheads!

    Ellie Garratt

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  7. I always wanted to be xanthous! I have a red-headed stepchild, myself; at least she's red-headed when she remembers to buy the hair coloring.

    Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog--I'm happy to have found you! :)

    Marian Allen
    Fantasies, mysteries, comedies, recipes

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  8. @ f.a. Thanks for the comment!

    @ Bish you might be onto something there, but it's probably all the rousing we take as kids that leave us permanently traumatized.

    @ Tara Thank the bejesus it's only 2 more.

    @ Ella, your hubby is redhead? Then I won't say a word, I'm sure you're worn out already.

    @ Stephen, seriously? I think you meant Lucille Ball!

    @ Ellie, can I have that hat?

    @ Marian, do you call her the redheaded stepchild? You know how we love that!

    Thanks for the comments having a blast catching everyone's posts but won't be great when we can catch them every other day or so again?

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  9. Great post, and loved the redhead baby! Thanks for following my blog. Looking forward to reading more from you!

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  10. Cool! I didn't know that meant redhead.

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  11. LOL I'm an assisted redhead (have it in the family but only got natural highlights). I found your post when I was googling xenomenia. I was like, what's that? Eww!

    It's strange the things you find looking for alphabet words.

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