|Some eggs. You'll have to make up the relevence in your own time.|
[Greek autoskhediastikos, from autoskhediazein act or speak extempore, from autoskhedios personally near, off-hand]
Done on the spur of the moment, improvised.
Bam! Right ... in keeping with the spirit of autoschediastic, I'm going to write this entry completely autoschediastically (I'm not completely sure that autoschediastically is really a word, but it would not be in keeping for me to go and check it now). So what can I say about it? Umm ... well, if I ever release an album of improvised jazz numbers, I will call it 'AutoschEDDIEastic'. It's a workable pun, it contains my name, and it conveys the improvised nature of the music within. It's also evidence that autoschedism (again probably not a word, so don't use it in any thesis you're writing) doesn't always work, or at least only works for those that are good at it.
Do you have any autoschediastic horror stories? Do tell in the comments section below.