Going insane

Many times I feel like I am going insane.  Life doesn’t make sense.  But that is neither here nor there.

The word of the day is stultify.

“To stultify formerly meant to declare to be insane. Bouvier’s [Law Dictionary, 1839] says, ‘It is a general rule in English law that a man shall not be permitted to stultify himself – that is, he shall not be allowed to plead his insanity to avoid a contract.” – Eliezer Edward’s Words, Facts, and Phrases 1882*

But at least I know that if I ever needed to stultify, I know my friends will happily do it for me.

*Jeffery Kacirk, 2011, Forgotten English

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About LizzyBeth

There is a Story inside of me that I must give a voice. I write so that imagination can take me to Faerie and I can catch a glimpse of the Otherworld and hopefully so will you.

Posted on March 2, 2012, in Humor, Lantern Hollow Press Authors, Rachel Burkholder, Words and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I’m not sure whose expression is funnier; the man or the chicken. Bawk!

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