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Aspychata

Serenity waves, beachy vibes
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Crapola. Twinkle toes, my insult for my neighbor. (I kept getting texts from a ballroom studio, and l was told he was a ballroom dancer by office manager) and the word Sushi.
 
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watersprite

lost
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@Forest Cat
my mom didn’t teach us to speak German but I wish she had. My grandparents came from Vienna, and another from Germany, and somewhere in Poland that was later part of Germany.
A strange little happy word they used tor that last little piece of the bread:

ost
 

Suzette

Well-Known Member
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One thing that is always hilarious, is when Americans make movies with Germans speaking English with a German accent. That`s language gold. So funny and it sounds good. This is just one small example:


You are funny. But you laugh, we all laugh. :D

 

LadyS

One eye permanently raised it seems...
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Paragon
Reverie
Pristine
Ethereal
Innocuous
Enigma

Sidenote: anyone else Wordle? I'm starting to get annoyed by 5 letter words :p
 

Luca

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I really like the word “idiot.” I like to call people idiots when they’re not nice to me.
I don’t know why that word amuses me :confused: I’m not usually a fan of rude language.
 

Richelle-H

Autocosmic Reality Tester
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My favorite is syzygy. It is the shortest word that I know with the most Ys. I also like it because it has none of the traditional word vowels (ie. A. E. I. O. or U), and the other three letters are disconnected from each other. It is also something that you do not hear in most conversations you are likely to have with anyone and it cannot ever be used in scrabble without a wild tile and a lot of luck.:D
 

Suzette

Well-Known Member
V.I.P Member
Paragon
Reverie
Pristine
Ethereal
Innocuous
Enigma

Sidenote: anyone else Wordle? I'm starting to get annoyed by 5 letter words :p
I play a different game. I did not run out of 5 letter words until after 3,000 words :eek: Mind numbing!
 

Nervous Rex

High-functioning autistic
V.I.P Member
When I learn a concept, I love to learn the correct name for it:

Prosopagnosia
Anosognosia
Dyscalcula
Portmanteau
Mountweazel
Paraprosdokian
 

PinkPhilodendron

Well-Known Member
So I think I Like words that sound soft, or have somthing else in common that I cannot put a finger on...this ist my list:

Obscure
File
Tenderly
Alien
Faith
Wood
Tiny
Sapphire
Sphere
Moore
 

Yeshuasdaughter

You know, that one lady we met that one time.
V.I.P Member
I like the word "Deal". But not in the modern sense.

My grandfather and people of his generation used the word "Deal" a lot in conversation, to describe any object.

For instance, "I was working with this deal and it came apart.", or "I was changing the tires, and one of the deals was stuck on so I had to break the bolts to get the deal off", or "Hey, hold this deal upright for me while I secure the other end."

I don't know if I'll ever hear it again in a sentence, as it is very old-timey, but it makes me think of home.
 

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