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March 25th, 2001 - 11:38 p.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
Ha! You thought I was actually going to update, didn't you? Well, don't you feel silly now? It's not going to happen, I've just fooled you into coming here....Ha! Today,
March 25 is ....... Pecan Day and Waffle Day (Pecan & waffle day? Ummm...okay. I don't like pecans, but waffles are pretty good.)
mea culpa (may-flower or my-KOOL)
1 a formal acknowledgment of personal fault or error
"Mea culpa," which means "through my fault" in Latin, comes from a prayer of confession in the Catholic Church. Said by itself, it's an exclamation of apology or remorse that is used to mean "It was my fault" or "I apologize." "Mea culpa" is also a noun, however. A newspaper might issue a mea culpa for printing inaccurate information, or a politician might give a speech making mea culpas for past wrongdoings. "Mea culpa" is one of many English terms that derive from the Latin "culpa," meaning "guilt." Some other examples are "culpable" ("deserving to be condemned or blamed") and "culprit" ("one guilty of a crime or a fault").
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