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i have no idea what this word means. obsolete? like something isn’t there? something is missing? yes, i think that’s it. obsolete triangle means it has no right angles. or maybe that’s obtuse. i’m gonna go with obsolete meaning missing or void. the end.
By Kelly Barry on 04.12.2011
is what they were when they arrived. They methods now seemed acient, profound and yet, useless. A new generation involving everything but heart. There was no art in there knowledge.
By Diana URL on 04.12.2011
I lay awake tonight night,
something doesn’t feel quite right.
OH! My head begins to spin,
and I find myself stressing again
Missing your every touch,
that one I used to love so much,
now all I can do is cry,
because I’ve lost you and I.
My tears begin to fall,
every memory I can recall,
all those special times we had,
couldn’t make me feel more sad.
If I had you,
my world would be complete,
but right now,
my life, is obsolete.
Do you remember those Saturday nights,
where all we did is hold each other tight,
and talked about our future,
beneath the moonlight.
(what happened to you and I?)
Lost some place between here,
and the sky…
Yes, I see now,
that I need you in my life,
to hold me through the night,
and to hold me oh so tight.
(a little tighter…don’t ever let go)
If you could look inside my heart,
you’d know it to be true,
cause the only person there is, is you.
(how I love you)
And as my tears begin to fall,
every moment I do recall,
thinking back on those times we had,
Oh baby, make me feel so sad.
(I was bad)
but since not,
Yeah baby, without you,
in too deep…
By lildevi URL on 04.12.2011
All that has come and gone. And all that will be. Will all be obsolete. Time shows us that nothing lasts forever.
By LD on 04.12.2011
Obsolete. The word I use to describe myself times, the word that sometimes people use to describe me. We’re like computers, obsolete. Elder people are obsolete. They know it too. Obsolete is what we’ve come to. We are obsolete.
By Winter Smith URL on 04.12.2011
Phones with cords are obsolete and cell phones are in, mail is obsolete but facebook and texting are in, having a physical relationship with a person (not counting sex of course) is obsolete in today’s world and odd communication is in
By Danielle URL on 04.12.2011
i had to make a quick move before my books quickly became obsolete. but what should it be? people always say that “sex sells,” right? wrong…how could i compromise my hard-earned novels for a bit of smut? what about a murder?…still no. but i had to find something-some new plot twist-and soon. before i was off of the best-seller list for good…before my writing became obsolete
By Esther URL on 04.12.2011
there is nothing that matters. nothing. why are we here. well, that’s a good question, ain’t is. is it really as obsolete as we think? Is it really that nothing matters. I begin to question this when i see things. funny things you know? things that people see every day and pass right by. things that don’t seem to matter, but they make all the difference. all of it.
By Barb on 04.12.2011
i don’t know what this word means, so i am just going to write that it kind of looks like an omlete, but not really. my hand itches, and i just itched it…same with my nose but i am too lazy to itch that too. i don’t want to study for exams, so i am just stumbling in order to procrastinate the very thing i should be doing. i have two exams on friday.
By Laura on 04.12.2011
Our lives become obsolete in old age and we die. POOF! Dead. All gone. No after life. So sorry.
By Tara Trotter on 04.12.2011
i heard this word first when it had something to do with robots. It may have been Wall-E but it may have been iron man or something like that. I think its a pretty robotic word. I like it though it sounds harsh but just firm. I dont know. I like that it has two o’s and two l’s
By Kyshia Chernesky on 04.12.2011
He was obsolete. The asphalt streets were cold, the cardboard above his head rank with the earthy smell of rain. The tattered rags clung to his sores and wounds. He didn’t have a home. With a jolt, he realized he never really did.
By Justin on 04.12.2011
One day, everything we know will be obsolete. We are of the generation where, once you buy something, the new version comes out the next day. It’s hard to imagine in 30 years that nothing we know now will still exist. Ipad? Move way for eyescreens. The future is on its way.
By Amanda URL on 04.12.2011
Obsolete is a word made for those who don’t know what ‘value’ means.
By Kelly on 04.12.2011
i already wrote about this one but now i remember it was the incredibles when i first heard this word. I was so curious to know what it meant. Its kind of scary thinking about how it could be used to describe the termination of life. that sounds dumb because thats not what it means. blach i a so bad at this.
By Kyshia Marie URL on 04.12.2011
OBSOLETE:all of which points to the final hypothesis on the already discussed,death.if we are everlasting,why introduce the only idea that puts a kibosh on the whole thing?
By The Fake Dann URL on 04.12.2011
Obsolete. That’s all he was. How would he feed his family? His children were barely out of the crib. Years of long work at the company, reduced to a piece of paper stating his termination. “Cutbacks,” his boss had said, apologetically. “It’s hard, I know, but maybe you could find work elsewhere – you’re still young,” he lied.
By Nocturnus URL on 04.12.2011
To the world, we are obsolete, we are simply placed here playing out our everyday lives. No one really matters all that much. No one holds that much importance.
By Ainsley Kannus on 04.12.2011
Everything at some point..
By Just a Girl URL on 04.12.2011
I think that in about 5 years, pens and pencils will be obsolete, as will paper. People will all have objects that write for them, or they will just use keyboards. Like I am right now.
By Megan URL on 04.12.2011
I looked for it. I promise. But it seems that any speck of love in that creepy little place has become obsolete. I guess we should just ambush it, take what’s worth taking, then watch their world burn. Darn trolls!
By Will Creates URL on 04.12.2011
Emptied of its usefulness,
You coffee cup lies broken and crushed
On sympathetic pavement
More willing to hold the dead cup up
Than its former master.
By Jadam URL on 04.12.2011
Everything in this world has a purpose, not is obsolete. The best way to show the truth behind that statement is the saying “One man’s trash is another’s treasure.” Even if you have no use for it, someone else does. Amazing isn’t it? I think so.
By bob on 04.12.2011
what happens when something is used up? useless? it’s obsolete. can people become obsolete? can we be used up to the point that we’re no good anymore?
By dan on 04.12.2011
that i think the word that is not found
so I believe in rationality every thing here in the real world what we ca
By mahmoud URL on 04.12.2011
not of sustainable use not good enough not up to par not at worth what expected too small of substanence too small of tangibility
By Beka on 04.12.2011
Deja no more.
It’s all over Baby Blue.
By visage URL on 04.12.2011
Time feels obsolete. What do we measure by time anymore, anyway? Nothing lasts forever. Nothing will ever last forever. Human beings can’t ever comprehend the meaning of the word forever. Now, obsolete, that’s an easy word. We all feel obsolete at some point. We feel as if we aren’t good enough, that no one will ever need us, that we’re useless; obsolete. Obsolete is harsh and critical.
By Katie URL on 04.12.2011
Categories super-defining their contents. It is a mad world we live in where bureaucracy overpowers basic need. Where rules and chains of command make humanness seem obsolete.
By Laura Mary URL on 04.12.2011
the flip just became obsolete. as do most technical objects like my old samsung phone and the nokia before that and the erricson before that oh and there was another erricson in between adn also a moto razr somewhere and then there was mom’s n series nokia too. hmmmmm dodos became extinct. man im 28. does that mean im obsolete too?
oh and since i pressed the back button i got another 60 seconds! yayyyyy alrite…. obsolete…obsolete…. obsolescene…the loss of significance over time (spent more time deleting than typing!) …..
By yams on 04.12.2011
Obsolete seems a harsh word to me. I’m not sure if I even fully understand the meaning of “obsolete”. I’m sure I’ve used it several times in conversation, but am I using it correctly?
By Lizzie on 04.12.2011
This means that it’s gone. Old. Used up. Nothing left. Where did it go? It probably got replaced by something new. Silly new-fangled gadgets. We miss the oldies, the goodies…now obsolete. Can we have them back? Bring them back from nonexistence?
By Emily on 04.12.2011
This Red Sox team would be obsolete if a giant meteor crashed down on the stadium during a game. The aliens would run around the bases and power boost up to the stands where they would bite the heads off of everyone in there. Johnny Damon would be the first to die.
By Kate on 04.12.2011
lonely . I sit alone in my small apartment. I ran my friends away by canceling plans, so I could hang out with my pen and paper. I turned in the article, and now I want my friends back! It is too late though. I can have other friends. Like Pencil and Notebook!
By The Writer URL on 04.12.2011
Sometimes, I’ll stand outside and take in the world around me. It is then when I feel obsolete. I’m just a small speck in the universe. What can do to make an impact? What can I do to make a difference? Well, I will take a journey through time and make my mark. Just you wait and see. You will remember me by . . .
By Jenna on 04.12.2011
when the world becomes obsolete and I’m still here, only then will i be totally honest with myself. until then, I”m stuck pretending in someone else’s world. Living a life I can’t quite be happy with. Can’t quite accept. When that day comes.
By Savanna on 04.12.2011
The cube was obsolete. It had served it’s purpose; it had given life to the people; and now it was nothing but a wooden cube, shined to a perfect finish, destined to be left in the back drawer of someone’s cluttered garage. It was a shame, really, sighed Finn. But a neccesity. It couldn’t be used again, not ever. It must fade into anonymity.
By Cana URL on 04.12.2011
Many things that are practical are now obsolete. They are replaced with overpriced, unnecessary items. Like the Kindle. GO BUY A BOOK. Our generation is forgetting the things we used to value.
By Barbara URL on 04.12.2011
I feel so obsolete. Does anyone really need me. I need them. I want to be needed. I need to be needed. I never want to feel obsolete. Maybe one day my children will need me. Right now I feel expendable. Broken. Unhappy. I hate this. One day I will find you and you will need me as much as I need you. I miss you.
By Katelin on 04.12.2011
i feel obsolete. like nothing i do is right anymore. like im no longer cool, as if i ever was. like im no longer funny or fun to be around. like im a useless lump of cells through together by fate and the winds. and then…i talk to you. <3
By Rupert URL on 04.12.2011