1. the act of concentrating cognitive prowess in an attempt - futile or availing - to increase it or some other prowess thereby
2. the concerted examination of a topic of interest
3. the Mongolians' invasion of China
That's one smart Mr. Potato Head...
One thing I really like about your "definitions" is that I can actually (usually) understand them =D
I like this one, Quartz. ^.^
Praise the Lord! Hallelu!
I don't care what the devil's gonna do!
The Word and faith is my sword and shield
And Jesus is Lord of the way I feel!
Poor Mr. Potato Head....
God gave us music, that we might pray without words
I didn't know potatoes were so smart? Algerbra can be very confusing for a potato. Or human for that matter.
to Him we are more precious than rubies/emeralds/diamonds/amysist/any gem
I like the subtle modification you made around the mouth... So gross and yet so funny.
Everything looks perfect from far away.
Thanks a lot, everybody!
“Timby, I know you’re awake! Don’t lie!” –Nixy (Contradictionary - Party)
Simply amazing. Who would have thought to call the Mongolian invasion of China "Study"? Obviously my brother. And a Mr. Potato, altered horrifyingly and ingeniously as Ais pointed out, reading Calculus? Your mind will never cease to awe me, little brother. I'm so glad God put you in my life. ^__^
God answers my prayers. He lifts me up. He gives me my breaths and refills my cup.
Who would have thought that a Mr. Potato Head could continue to give you so much enjoyment, Quartz? I'm surprised, taken aback, and a bit disconcerted. As always.
The Mongolian invasion of China?
We should take our comfort from God's word, not from the circumstances of our lives.
There will always be a way to continue playing with Mr. Potato head during every stage of life.
I'd rather waltz than just walk through the forest- Owl City
An excellent definition, a good choice of book (which I have in my hand right now, actually ), and Mr. Potato Head (who's apparently undergone some sort of plastic surgery ). What could be better?
Lo, blessed are our ears for they have heard;
Yea, blessed are our eyes for they have seen:
Let the thunder break on man and beast and bird
And the lightning. It is something to have been.