Callithumpian

U.S. colloq. and regional (orig. north-east.). Designating a group of people making cacophonous music or noise using a variety of instruments, utensils, etc., as a demonstration of a general feeling of celebration, dissatisfaction, etc.; of or relating to such a band or its music. Frequently in callithumpian band, callithumpian serenade. Now hist.
“callithumpian, adj. and n.” OED Online. Oxford University Press, September 2016. Web. 24 November 2016

It’s been quite the day for technology. First, my Photoshop crashed like crazy, then the entire website breaks. I’m here at work uploading because the internet is buggered again. Going to quit the internet and go back to the Pony Express!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.