During our Waiting Room Waiting Game, I realized that every time I approached a person asking him or her to merely state the word “Ergo” on video, I had to follow it with a brief definition and the statement that it was my favorite word. [Who doesn’t have a favorite word after all?] If the participant pursued further dialogue, I continued with the subject of blogging and nonconventional relationships…what looks I got w/ that conversation! Nevertheless, I met some amazing people through this adventure. ERGO, when all you have with you is a Mac [the computer that is, not the Mandy Mac whom we all know and love] and some willing participants…take advantage of the situation, meet some people and make someone smile.
For all of those who still wonder about Ergo…here you go:
Main Entry: er·go
Pronunciation: \ˈer-(ˌ)gō, ˈər-\
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin, from Old Latin,
because of, from Old Latin *e rogo from the direction (of)
: therefore , hence
courtesy of Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
Ergo, now that you have the definition and several examples of use…take this word, slap it into a few sentences of your choice, and make someone smile!
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