Some words just sound nice and you want to use them a lot. Other words you hear for the first time in a while and they just make you laugh.
Some Irish guy described his housemate as an absolute reprobate. and that made me laugh so hard. It just struck me as such a derisive and antiquated way to be derogatory and I love it. I'm going to call everyone absolute reprobates from now on.
I like Zeitgeist too haha
"Juxtapose" such a fun word to say when you want to sound smart when comparing things.
My mom says "Gila" a lot when at work, indonesian for "crazy" always had a nice ring haha.
"Oblivion" sounds so metal "Singularity" is cool too. "ignoramus" for top mild insult that sounds funny
Lutztoons loved birds way before they were the word
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I feel like I can picture the kind of person you are in so much more detail knowing this. These are not words that have a special appeal to me but there's a certain unifying theme isn't there?
Do you like words like boost, zinger and wowzer?
Hahahah, I wouldn’t say it like “wowzer,” but for some reason I like using extremely infantilized words in an ironic way because I think they’re funny in a stupid way. I also think that deliberately misspelling words and using bad grammar on purpose is the funniest thing in the world.
I like the phrase “Wowie Zowie,” and we can thank Frank Zappa for introducing me to it.
I like the word zeitgeist so much I was going to have it as the name as a character in Infero...the guy would have to be some immortal spirit who was attuned to the temperament of the times, making him permanently appear as the young, trendy person of the age.
So this made me think that in the 70's he'd look really disco with Jess' dad, having flares and an afro. The reason I decided not to bother with the character was that I realised that now he'd be a millenial hipster with his top button done up, ironic facial hair and a man bun.