Acronyms and Synonyms

My doctor described my condition as Oppositional Defiant Disorder and I think that means something like aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, atypical, baffling, bizarre, curious, deviant, different, eccentric, exceptional, extraordinary, fishy, freaky, funny, irregular, kooky, mysterious, mystifying, offbeat, outré, peculiar, perplexing, puzzling, queer, quirky, rare, remarkable, screwy, strange, uncanny, uncommon, unexpected, unfamiliar, unusual, unconventional, outlandish, wacky, weird or zany.  I will continue striving to stop the Failure of Ineffective Government and High Taxes by agitating, battling, campaigning, contending, contesting, crusading, grappling, lobbying, opposing, struggling and wrestling with all of the issues.

As a first responder, I learned the method Simple Triage And Rapid Treatment and this helped me know where to begin, commence, depart, get the ball rolling, kick off, leave or when to take the plunge.  I opened up my Writer Emergency Assistance Keys which contains useful ideas designed to help get my story back on track, because my story was ailing, anemic, debilitated, decrepit, exhausted, fatigued, feeble, fragile, frail, sickly and unoriginal.  Being a Thirtysomething Independent Radically Educated Dropout may not be all that it is cracked up to be, as at this young age so many people become bagged, beat, bushed, done in, drained, exhausted, fatigued, knocked out, pooped, tuckered out, wasted, weary, Morewhipped, wiped out, worn out and zonked real quick.

Written for Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie November 4th 2017 Saturday Mix – Same Same But Different, where the prompt is to use a synonym for each of the following words – Odd Fight Start Weak Tired.

4 thoughts on “Acronyms and Synonyms

  1. Haha 😂 I love the humour in your take on the prompt this week. Your plethora of synonyms along with the tongue in cheek acronyms of each prompt word, adds a clever and interesting twist to your funny tale. I really enjoyed this! Thanks for joining in the Saturday Mix 😊

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