The real meaning of VEX...

So i was at school today, and in English class, my teacher handed us a book and told us we were going to start doing spelling the second half of the year. OK…
i was looking over the list and the last word on it was:
and the definition for it was:
to annoy, to anger; to confuse, to baffle

It was pretty interesting to see this, because that is exactly what the vex system is.

Of course having a forum kinda takes out the confuse…
You know all these little helper people…

Yea I know but without this forum, the way that it started, it was really confusing, which shows the true meaning of the word VEX.

I confused my self…

That whole definition of Vex thing made me remember somthing…
Back when I was stupid (I mean less than now) I had a saying…

“Confusing is confusing because it is confused with confuse which is confusing…”

*]No there is no deep meaning to this…
*]Did it confuse you?
*]It’s a good tongue twister![/LIST]

Kida makes you wnder why this kt was named VEX?

No, not really, because now we do know why they probably named it VEX.


I got this striaght from a dictonary…


Main Entry: vex
Pronunciation: 'veks
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): vexed also vext; vex·ing
Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French vexer, from Latin vexare to agitate, harry; probably akin to Latin vehere to convey – more at WAY](“”)
1 a : to bring trouble, distress, or agitation to <the restaurant is vex**ed by slow service> b : to bring physical distress to <a headache vex**ed him all morning> c : to irritate or annoy by petty provocations : HARASS <vex**ed by the children> d : PUZZLE, BAFFLE <a problem to vex the keenest wit>
2 : to shake or toss about
synonym see ANNOY]("


honestly, i knew this word years before i had ever even heard of or seen VEX parts
that was maybe in like…6th grade?

Ya, same here.