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Tom Hiddleston ~ *click*.... Oh yes...another Tom quote to add to my vernacular! Ive lost count now!

Tom Hiddleston ~ *click* << some how I find this absolutely funny.

parapraxis                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Parapraxis -A slip of the tongue or pen, forgetfulness, misplacement of objects, or other error thought to reveal unconscious wishes or attitudes.

ignorance is bliss, being the title of my drama relates to this as if Derek didn't discover the truth he would be happier and so would the rest of his family. This is also why I decided to call the daughter bliss, to represent this.

Zemblanity ~ (n.) the inevitable discovery of what we would rather nor know; the opposite of serendipity. I love this. I need it in a sentence though!

APODYOPSIS: (n) the act of mentally undressing someone. via other-wordly.tumblr. Haha so there is a word for it.

Apodyopsis (n).Pronunciation “ap-O-dI-‘op-sis The Act of Mentally Undressing Someone.

Yes, I always do this, people think I have a weird sense of humour because I laugh when no one else does but it's because no one else is laughing & it's a terrible joke that I'm laughing, because it's awkward, it's funny

Jayus is an Indonesian word (that I just made an English word) that conveys the awkward humor behind a joke delivered so badly that you can’t help but laugh. When a joke is delivered in a horrible manner, you say, "That was fuckin' jayus bro.

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calcination (n.)  |  the stage in our lives when we start seeing the tricks, illusions, misleading beliefs, and harmful habits of our egos and put them aside so that we can finally explore what lies underneath.  |  #words #definition

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calcination (n.) the stage in our lives when we start seeing the tricks, illusions, misleading beliefs, and harmful habits of our egos and put them aside so that we can finally explore what lies underneath.

lol the simple fact that the definitions of this word relate to pompousness and the catholic church... Not the church of god, to be clear.

lol the simple fact that the definitions of this word relate to pompousness and the catholic church. Not the church of god, to be clear.

120716--- don't know if you will ever see this, but you are so worth it!!!  I can't say that enough soooo worth it.  every thought, smile, laugh, beat of my heart... so worth it.  Love always!

don't know if you will ever see this, but you are so worth it! I can't say that enough soooo worth it. every thought, smile, laugh, beat of my heart. so worth it. Love always!

(v.) to reflect brilliantly, to sparkle. This x Pinned By #TheLifeLinesStudio www.instagram.com/The.LifeLines.Studio www.TheLifeLinesStudio.Etsy.com www.facebook.com/TheLifeLinesStudio.

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Today's Word of the Day is mensch. #wordoftheday #language #vocabulary

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definitions  Dictionary.com Hebrew [hee-broo]  Spell Syllables •	Examples •	Word Origin See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com noun 1. a member of the Semitic peoples inhabiting ancient Palestine and claiming descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; an Israelite. 2. a Semitic language of the Afroasiatic family, the language of the ancient Hebrews, which, although not in a vernacular use from 100 b.c.to the 20th century, was retained as the scholarly and liturgicallanguage of Jews.

definitions Dictionary.com Hebrew [hee-broo] Spell Syllables • Examples • Word Origin See more synonyms on Thesaurus.com noun 1. a member of the Semitic peoples inhabiting ancient Palestine and claiming descent from Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; an Israelite. 2. a Semitic language of the Afroasiatic family, the language of the ancient Hebrews, which, although not in a vernacular use from 100 b.c.to the 20th century, was retained as the scholarly and liturgicallanguage of Jews.

Ideate. The root origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word idea. Ideate......

The root origin of this word is Latin. It comes from the Latin word idea. The definition above is a good definition for The English part of the word.

I wish I knew what that thing was, everything reminds me of grief, I can't ever forget about it

nepenthe (n.) something that makes you forget grief or suffering. English with Greek origin //ni-pen-thee//

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