Pronunciation: \in-ˈde-lə-bəl\Function: adjectiveEtymology: Middle English indelyble, from Medieval Latin indelibilis, alteration of Latin indelebilis, from in- + delēre to deleteDate: 15th century
1 a : that cannot be removed, washed away, or erased b : making marks that cannot easily be removed <an indelible pencil>
Seems to me that these are the kinds of experiences that we can learn the most from because they are so attached to our very beings.
Lessons? (Of course we need the lessons, Mel! What would a PrattleNogger be without proffering a lesson or two?)
- Teenage angst can reappear when you are 39-going-on-40, so get over it quickly and offer a sincere apology to DOF (and hope that it’s accepted). Then be an adult again.
- Do not let anyone move the podium. (Ever. Again!)