frass.

A dialogue between Lesley and Me.

“I just learned a new word.”
“What is it?”
“Frass: (n) ‘the debris or excrement of insects.'”
“That is amazing. What a piece of frass.”
“That girl has a bit of frass on her shirt.”
“By the beard of Zeus I just frassed my pants.”
“I caught the boy frassing in the courtyard.”
“Once upon a time there was a lad that liked to frass publically.”
“As she headed for the door, I yelled at her, ‘DON’T YOU BACK-FRASS ME.”

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About samantharainwater

I love teaching and learning and getting all the experiences I can out of this life.
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