http://bearnyc.com/blog/?tag=history-of-borsch no mention of beet root will forever onwards make me not remember the best borcht i only once made. http://www.yummly.com/recipe/Beef-and-Borscht-Stew-1018160?columns=3&position=1%2F61 this is NOT that recipe but I am not vegetarian so I want that meatiness…this is proof not all borscht is some sissified slop for salad snappers-uppers. but again this brings about happiness.
in the long standing tradition of contrasting with an opposite, angels can be used more cynically to me impishness, this may involve tacks. however,http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=angel misdirective use of entymology suggests angel to be someone sent to announce…. this leaves wide open a lot of room to again cynically use angel or angelic duty to broach the bad news at the meeting….never invited to save this time to take the fall…heh. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=noosenoose is knot but for whatever reason i’m thinking pretzels and of course such is a net to catch me as carbs sure can shorten my days … which brings me at least full circle in that the the pretzel is from the angelic use to have us say our prayers… then the mention of the trinity…. however noose is still knot or net and thus internet can be refered to the internoose or enter noose 😀 😀 how angelic of me to suggest. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=tack this suggests a different use of the word tack/s to mean tackle or gear… or to turn a ship into the wind….in case pretzels were allowed. 😉
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drawing_pin tacks are from 1900 or far more recent in our lives than other things modern””
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=happy&allowed_in_frame=0 in most usages meant lucky save for welsh where it meant wise… whis make room for happy to be a fine time to mention wise-ass.
just as you may read in borschevic which means we’ve room still for quite a lot of wordplay. to be sarcastic, cynical with what an angel may be, what a noose may REALLY be be…some kind of candy trap for the truly “happy?” beet root so very very suspect as a reminder of the PEOPLE’s movement.