With the Passing of Time


Posted on: May 15, 2008

\TIH-tuh-vayt\ | verb

1 : to make or become smart or spruce

I had to go to the second page to find a link that wasn’t a definition. I have no idea why they’d name a type of purse ‘titivate’ but there you go.

The first image isn’t even right.

According to the page it comes from, it’s a random image for titilate, but they use the word titivate on the page so that pops up first in a google image search? Ridiculous, but it is the first picture so here it is. It’s not even on the page any more but now it’s back.


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