Lollygag

© C. E. Ayr

Because I like this word, which is new to me, I decided to have a stab at Sammi’s Weekend Writing Prompt #138.
60 words exactly, on ‘Lollygag’
Click here to hear the author read his words:

Lollygag

Lollygag?
Yep.
That’s a strange word.
Yep.
What does it mean?
I have no idea.
Maybe it’s an American word?
Maybe.
You could look it up.
Hmm, nah.
Why not?
I can’t be bothered.
Why? What are you doing?
Nothing.
Didn’t you spend yesterday doing nothing?
Yeah.
So why are you doing nothing again today?
I didn’t get finished yesterday.

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10 Responses to Lollygag

  1. ellenbest24 says:

    I believe, the Irish introduced it to the American language when they first arrived. Ilike this response very much, thank you for leaving it here to be enjoyed.

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  2. Delightful! I have always been fond of the word 😀

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  3. Love the last line!!😍

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  4. Gouy Corine says:

    Et penses-tu que demain tu auras fini de ne rien faire ?

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