The Daily Cuppa
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The Daily Cuppa

Are you guilty of lollygagging?

Image by _Alicja_ from Pixabay

Lollies in my head, are candy; those delicious, small morsels of sweet or sour to suck on or crunch.

Gagging is a reflex designed to stop us from choking when the back of your throat is touched — like when the doctor shoves a tongue depressor in your mouth to view your tonsils. You can gag if you see or smell something vile.

A gag is also a muzzle or cloth to prevent someone from talking — or a dog…

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Barb Dalton

Barb Dalton

Mum to 3 humans, 2 fur balls. Kiwi-Canuck. Nursing Instructor by day; Rants, reminisces and rhymes by night.