Amount of texts to »bitter« 29, and there are 26 texts (89.66%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 125 Characters
Average Rating 1.172 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 11th 2000, 22:29:59 wrote
Groggy groove about bitter
Latest text on Jul 18th 2014, 22:09:30 wrote
joo about bitter
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on Jul 18th 2014, 22:09:30 wrote
joo about bitter

on Jun 16th 2000, 23:48:12 wrote
maike about bitter

on Jan 5th 2003, 16:44:03 wrote
kathy about bitter

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Texts to »Bitter«

Groggy groove wrote on Apr 11th 2000, 22:29:59 about


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Veblen asked too many questions, suffered from a constitutional inability to say yes.
Socrates asked questions, drank down the bitter drink one night when the first cock crowed,
but Veblen
drank it in little sips through a long life in the stuffiness of classrooms, the dust of libraries, the staleness of cheap flats such as a poor instructor can afford. He fought the bogy all right, pedantry, routine, timeservers at office desks, trustees, collegepresidents, the plump flunkies of the ruling businessmen, all the good jobs kept for yesmen, never enough money, every broadening hope thwarted. Veblen drank the bitter drink all right.

Jackson wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 06:16:08 about


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Without bitter, there would be no bittersweet.

rachel a b wrote on Apr 14th 2000, 17:05:48 about


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Bitter can be made sweet through the masking of taste, as can the sweet be made bitter. This is true, as well, of emotional bitterness.

tickled blue wrote on Dec 15th 2001, 00:21:55 about


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A bunch of my 40-odd year old nightshift co slackers were trying to figure out which parts of their tongues were sensitive to the supposed four main tastes: sweet, sour, bitter, salty. They couldn't think up anything for the bitter category that didn't fit better under sour, so I muttered »alum« into a magazine. Headslapping astonishment ensued. One of them told me I had no business even knowing what alum is and that he could often sense I was an Old Soul.

Field Marshall Stack wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 17:55:52 about


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I like bitter things, grapefruit juice, all of that. Most likely I'm a bitter person, which is why people avoid me – but since I'm bitter, if they didn't avoid me already I'd be wracking my brains trying to figure out how to get them to.
Cyanide, I hear, smells like bitter almonds.

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