Words I like to use a lot: Part 2

Morass

Nothing better than hearing a politician go on about a situation being a “morass”.  It underlines just how serious the state of affairs is.

“Senator, is the situation as under control as the government make out?”

“Quite the opposite, dear.”

“Don’t call me ‘dear’.  I’m a professional broadcaster.”

“Sorry, love.  What we have here is a morass, a huge, unwieldy morass of gigantic proportions.”

There are of course some different connotations.

“Hey, you pulled a cracker last night – a nice piece of ass.  You staying in tonight?”

“Nah, I think I’ll head for some morass.”

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