Stop Trying to Make SOGGY Happen

March 26, 2018

Hola Bitcholas,

Today was our Random Question Question so, as we do every Monday, asked a lot of questions. For reasons I can't recall, the words "hot and soggy" were used by a listener to describe a situation.

If you had an adverse reaction to the phrase "hot and soggy" it's because you're not an idiot. That's a terrible combination. It's like "moist and stinky". As a phrase, it describes nothing good.  

However, both "moist" AND "stinky" OCCASIONALLY can have positive connotations...not TOGETHER, but individually. Moist cake. Thumbs up. Stinky cheese = expensive cheese.  

But 'soggy'...I've been racking my brain trying to find a way to make 'soggy' NOT suck. I'm not saying it's impossible to make 'soggy' a good word, I just can't find a way make it happen.

Here is your assignment; find a way to make the word 'soggy' a positive thing.

Until tomorrow, do what you do best and STAY BEAUTIFUL!


In other news - Redfestival is back! ...and you can get your tickets HERE!