While exploring research for my new job (more on that later), I came across the word “Monologic”, which leads us to today’s challenge: Define the word without looking it up. I’d love to hear your definitions.
My supervisor said it sounds like a word to describe a fashion style featuring a monocle.
What’s your definition of monologic?
The more creative the better – and economists and mathematicians, hold yourselves back till after a few submissions.
- What outfit goes best with a monocle?
- Should a pirate wear both a monocle and an eyepatch?
- Doesn’t “monological” sound like something a wizard would exclaim?
Side Note: Life Update
I’ve been quiet around here because the epic search for a job has finally ended. Over the past six weeks, I packed up and moved across four states, traveling from Southern California to San Antonio, TX. I’m loving my new home and my new job. After I move to my permanent housing later this week, I’m hoping to get back to a regular schedule of blogging and writing. Book 3 is in progress with a lot of remodeling to do, but is going to be great.
While waiting, please enjoy what is currently one of my favorite trailers ever (Star Wars: The Last Jedi is cool, but not nearly as fun as this, nor with as fine a use of Led Zeppelin):