So. This place has a theme of the month - and says that it's because sometimes limits set us free. I need to grok that. (Grok - 10 points if you get the reference!)
The theme is want.
What springs to mind?
Toddlers shouting "I want it Mummy"
Adverts telling me if I have a certain problem, I need a certain product. Or that I want to live a certain way and so therefore I want to own this tv/laptop/kitchen/lifestyle.
Teachers saying "I want this in by Thursday."
Me, now the teacher, saying "I want this in by Thursday."
Want is a funny word.
Dictionary definition today I think! Courtesy of Merriam Webster.http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/want
3 entries found.
1. 1want (verb)
2. 2want (noun)
3. want ad
1want Listen to the pronunciation of 1want
\ˈwȯnt also ˈwänt & ˈwənt\
Middle English, from Old Norse vanta; akin to Old English wan deficient
1: to be needy or destitute
2: to have or feel need
3: to be necessary or needed
4: to desire to come, go, or be
1: to fail to possess especially in customary or required amount : lack
2 a: to have a strong desire for
b: to have an inclination to : like
3 a: to have need of : require
b: to suffer from the lack of
4: ought —used with the infinitive
5: to wish or demand the presence of
6: to hunt or seek in order to apprehend
That's it for now.
I'm going to copy and paste this over to my blog, and see how we go.