Today’s Word: torpor (noun) – Torpor (TAWR-per) is sluggish inactivity; lethargic indifference. As used by Sarah Bernhardt in her memoir My Double Life: “I did not want to move again, and the torpor seemed thoroughly delicious.”
Did You Know?: A hardboiled egg will spin, an uncooked egg will wobble.
Worth Quoting: “Writing is the art of applying the ass to the seat.” – Dorothy Parker
Very funny! I didn’t see it coming.