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Being an Art Major, I finally caved and got myself a deviantArt account. It's kind of empty right now, having just a mix of doodles, fan art, and school work, but I am fairly good when I try, so feel free to visit!: MY ART
They updated, they updated, w00t! I can end myself self-imposed ban on the site now!
I habitually bite off more than I can chew. I want to do impressive things, but I want to do them now. So I post immediately and write chapters in numerical order—bad me, bad. What can I say? That's my flaw. At least I know what it is. So to fix it, I'm going through this fiction writing class right now (consider it...therapy for my inner writer) where I'm learning to break bad habits, develop a good creative process, and improve myself overall. We'll see what happens. I am doing good work in the class, or so says my prof, so I must be doing some things right.
In tandem with this, I'm doing an experimental vow right now, where I won't post anything unless at least a rough draft of the whole thing is done first. Even mega-multiple chapter stuff...like The Oracle of Yet to Be, which I'm still vowing to finish...someday. Grr. So...when I post here again, you can be guaranteed that everything I start will finish in a timely manner. There's just going to be big breaks between pieces.
Until then, enjoy these 18th century insults, complete with their original definitions, that seem to be made for this site. Keep it friendly.
bóokworm — (from book and worm) a student too closely given to books; a reader without judgment
buffóon — (buffon, Fr.) a man whose profession is to make sport by low jests and antick postures; a jackpudding
cunctátor — (Latin) one given to delay; a lingerer; and idler; a sluggard
to gloze — (glesan, Saxon) to flatter; to wheedle; to insinuate; to fawn
grammaticáster — (Latin) a mean verbal pedant; a low grammarian
half-scholar — imperfectly learned
jábberer — (from jabber) one who talks inarticulately or unintelligibly
fínical — (from fine) nice; foppish; predisposed to superfluous elegance
fop — a simpleton; a coxcomb; a man of small understanding and much ostentation; a pretender; a man fond of show, dress, and flutter
poetáster — (Latin) a vile petty poet
púnster — (from pun) a quibbler; a low wit who endeavors at reputation by double meaning
rhýmer/rhýmster — (from rhyme) one who makes rhymes; a versifier; a poet in contempt
sciolous — (sciolus, Latin) superficially or imperfectly knowing
scríbbler — (from scribble) a petty author; a writer without worth
scúlker — (from sculk) a lurker; one that hides himself for shame or mischief
shállowbrained — (shallow and brain) foolish; futile; trifling; empty