Continuing on the subject of words, you may have heard me say now and again how I marvel at the beauty and flexibility of the English language.
So why aren’t these beauties found on BuzzFeed part of our everyday conversations already?
(n) Someone who repeatedly makes mistakes, or is always wrong
(n) A condition where a passenger falls asleep as soon as the car starts moving
(n) The anticipation felt when waiting for a response to a text
(n) The feeling of euphoria experienced when climbing into bed at the end of a very long day
(n) A completely worthless conversation
(n) When by the time you have reached your destination, you have forgotten why you were going there in the first place
(n) An individual so caught up on their cell phone that they are rude or inconsiderate to others
(n) When two bros officially end their friendship
(n) Someone who asks way too many obnoxious or indiscreet questions
(n) Going out alone to a movie or restaurant
(n) The period during which a person ignores their friends because they have a new boy/girlfriend
(n) The cocoon of blankets and pillows surrounding you while surfing the Internet
(n) The last person to clap, after everyone else has stopped
(v) Learning something that makes you dumber
(v) When you buy a bag of potato chips thinking it will be full, but it turns out it’s mostly air
(v) Extracting information from a friend or colleague by getting them drunk
(n) The pile of clothes on a chair
(n) An idea that seems brilliant at first, but is not
(n) A huge impending sneeze you can’t prevent
For more beauties like these, visit Buzzfeed!
Also, as Connie informed me, here is a fun site if you like to create words. It’s a word game in which you create a word for a given definition, and then other players vote for the best one.