Steppin’ in to a brand new week here on the Afternoon Drive! (Haha. Mystery Box Pun).
(Read on to find out why that’s funny).
First thing’s first, he figured out that it was not very fragile and not edible.
He also figured out that the item “slides” pretty easily. (HA another item pun).
The item has a part that is made of a spongy material, and it is mostly used often outside.
From the sniff test, we learned that it is not a gardening item, nor is it a sports item.
We also learned that my feet have a medicated smell. So that’s a thing. Idk man.
- characterized by a pleasing rhythm; harmoniously ordered or proportioned.
The English eurhythmic conflates two Greek adjectives: rhythmikόs meaning “set to time,rhythmical (movement)”; eurhythmόs, having the wider range of meanings “rhythmical, harmonious (in music, dancing, or song); regular (of a pulse);graceful, orderly (of a person).” The prefix eu- is from Greek eû, an adverbial use of the neuter singular of the adjective eǘs “good, brave, noble,” very common in epic poetry. Eurhythmic is restricted in English to harmony and proportion in architecture and to the system of exercise with music and dancing. Eurhythmic entered English in the 19th century for the architecture sense, and in the 20th century for the music and dancing sense.
Thanks for listening!