Are you knackered? This great word comes from England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Australia and beyond. Here are several visual definitions. For the benefit of all who are too knackered to read on.
First, a photo of Smudge (above), taken several days after he was rescued dripping wet, voracious and exhausted, by our granddaughters and their mother. Knackered. As in all tuckered out.
Here are four other helpful overviews, thanks to Google,
beginning with my personal favorite:
And three more, in case you need further insight:
Here’s to an unknackered weekend!
With sincere apologies to my many friends
who know far more and better
than I do about knackered.
Dare I ask: Are you knackered? Feel free to share your experiences!
© Elouise Renich Fraser, 28 April 2017
Megan Naugle Fraser, Smudge, taken 11 August 2013
Knackered Mom: doodlemum.files.wordpress.com
Knackered Dog: memesuper.com
Knackered Cat: tumblr.com
Knackered Relaxing Oat Bath Milk: fieldandstyle.com
Response to WordPress Daily Prompt: Knackered