According to Webster: thin, (in context) Not great in diameter or cross section.

Question: What is thin?

Glad you asked, ..(most everything that isn’t thick).


A cookie can be thin, ..albeit I wouldn’t recommend them for an individual desirous of remaining thin.


Your computer can be thin

 ..or your T.V.

Thin is also represented extensively in our language; “thin is in,” ..”that’s really thin,” ..”thin chance of that.”

A man or a woman can be thin, ..”our” current President is thin.

President Barack Obama

According to Webster: thin·ner, (derived from thin) and (in context) ..thin,  thin·ner, thin·nest. Not great in diameter or cross section; fine. (also) Lean or slender in form, build, or stature. (and) Lacking force or substance.

In the vernacular, ..the words (thin) and/or (thinner) can both pose as (adjectives) ..for the word, ..”chance,” ..such as in this sentence; “With “common sense” reestablishing itself in America, Barack Obama’s chance of reelection in November is getting (thinner) by the day.

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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