By templedf on Jan 15, 2010
I've always had a tendency to say "tomorrow," when I really mean "next working day." Most of the time there's no difference, but Fridays and the day before a holiday, people look at me funny. I find it silly that I have to figure out the next day I'll be at work so I can reference it by name. Instead, I'm now coining a new word:
to⋅wor⋅row [tuh-wawr-oh, -wor-oh]
- the working day following today: Toworrow I have a big meeting.
Your homework is to use "toworrow" in a sentence at least three times this weekend. We'll compare results toworrow.