zugzwang (noun). a chess situation in which a player is forced into making a disadvantageous move, especially one that involves the loss of a piece

April 30, 2009

Wow, there’s a technical term for that? I thought “Checkmate” was all there is.

I am staying up real late tonight to finish off my 2500 word essay. Will power, I need you to kick in.
There’s a light at the end of this tunnel- I painted it. It’s in our periphery. We can do it.

I found this image on Reila’s blog and thought it was a perfect representation of how most of us spend our days.

(whilst reading the TV Guide)
Eric: …and Donna realises she’s falling for Zeke.  Oh-Em-Gee (in a very high-pitched tone)

(whilst watching Bondi Vet)
Eric: Hey… dogs are like us- they have red blood.

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One Response to “zugzwang (noun). a chess situation in which a player is forced into making a disadvantageous move, especially one that involves the loss of a piece”

  1. TIMSUN Says:

    OMG YES. THAT IS MY LIFE RIGHT THERe

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