Over this past week I found the most awesome thing ever! Roald Dahl is going to have his own Dictionary printed! How awesome is that!?
If you don’t want to read the article, here is the breakdown. To mark 100 years since Dahl’s birth on (September 13) Oxford University Press this month released The Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary, a comprehensive guide to the biffsquiggling — that’s puzzling — language of Dahl. The Dictionary explains around 8000 words and their meanings.
“In keeping with Roald Dahl’s spirit, we explain ordinary words in very unordinary ways.”
Did you know? They discovered that there were 300 new words ‘invented’ in the”BFG” by Roald Dahl, alone!
I know that August is still a part of Australia’s “Winter” but the weather as already been starting to get lovier and random days are feeling a bit more like Spring…My favourite season of the year!
“Aslan…Is on the move!”
I found this article and it was so interesting because I had never realised how much I’ve read of watch these movies and television shows that have had so many unhealthy relationships in them. Or how many people I know that may worships these relationships. Even in the comments, because apparently there are so many unhealthy relationships in fiction. They’re is a whole debate going on about Romeo and Juliet…They were some how left out of the list.
How many of you are in love with these relationships?
I don’t think it necessarily equals in our own personal lives we have unhealthy relationships. I think a lot of us want these fictional relationships to work, I think it gives us a sense of a peace or it can give us a piece of disruption.