29 Words That Mean Something Totally Different When You’re a Writer

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“Weekend”

What it means: A break at the end of the working week used primarily for leisure, typically Saturday and Sunday.
What it means when you’re a writer: Something other people have.

These are so true it hurts.

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4 thoughts on “29 Words That Mean Something Totally Different When You’re a Writer

    1. So true! Also “hobby”.
      What it means: an activity done regularly for leisure.
      What is means when you’re a writer: Another’s apathetic attitude to your life’s work. “That’s a nice hobby.”

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