Stephani Stephenson on sun 5 dec 10
was spending some time looking up indo-european root words, which led me=
the etymology dictionary (very hot Saturday night! )
came across a great Old English term for Potter=3D20=3D20=3D20=3D20
An older OE word for "potter" was crocwyrhta "crock-wright."
I love it
James Freeman on sun 5 dec 10
On Sun, Dec 5, 2010 at 12:41 AM, Stephani Stephenson
> was spending some time looking up indo-european root words,
> An older OE word for "potter" was crocwyrhta "crock-wright."
...which, of course, is an anagram of "awry crotch". Makes one wonder...
"...outsider artists, caught in the bog of their own consciousness,
too preciously idiosyncratic to be taken seriously."
"All I say is by way of discourse, and nothing by way of advice.=3DA0 I
should not speak so boldly if it were my due to be believed."
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