With the Passing of Time

Salad Days

Posted on: May 1, 2008

salad days
SAL-ud-DAYZ\ | noun plural

1 : time of youthful inexperience or indiscretion; also : an early flourishing period : heyday

I think the Two Towers theatrical DVD needs to change the line to “they spent the salad days of their youth …”

Anyway, I’m not going to look too much into the first link. I have a headache, I’m tired and I don’t want to deal with any crazy comic books anymore. The summary that comes up with Google is “contains violence, sexuality, and mature language. Viewer discretion is advised, particularly within the vicinity of overbearing parents.” The link is Salad Days, an online manga project. I flipped through some of the pages. It’s a comic. If you’re interested have a look.

The first picture is of the romping 1980 performance of Salad Days by the MLOC Theater.

salad days

(Scroll down a little to see the picture full size.)

I have no idea if it’s the same thing (but really, how many musicals could there be called Salad Days), but Wikipedia has a description of the show here.

Still need to post my propogate piece but maybe I’ll forget the meaning of the phrase and just go with the words. Merriam Webster had much more interesting words earlier.


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