I was thinking we’d make some up.
“Fwoosh.” I made that up to describe information that goes way above your head.
@linguaphile +1 for made-up and onomatopoeia.
@zensky ❤ squooch!
Kee-theewak. To describe bottlenecks in traffic or any other jam. Dunno why… just that’s what the frustration ‘sounds’ like to me.
Related: just saw gravity as a verb – loving it!
The wind “sworped” around the house is one my favorites. A group of friends and I also use the word “desnick” to refer to little fuzzy things (it is a long story that involved alcohol).
Are you inplexed?
To be confused about oneself
My favorite existing one is ginormous.
Don’t forget about sparky. That’s the word you use when you feel sexually aroused by someone of the same sex, when you aren’t gay. You don’t want to have sex with them you’re just all revved up.
Like my swoons for Fran Drescher.
I think women tend to get more sparky feelings than men do, but I suspect that George Clooney and Johnny Depp may dredge up the feelings in a number of straight guys. Or maybe certain sports figures.
Hey @rebbel – what’s app?
Hapt. The sound your mouth makes when it shuts fast due to making an oops or not knowing what to say.
Used in a sentence: He made me go HAPT!
@zensky App the moment I am good, spending holidays in Greece!
@rebbel Do you feel the problems where you are re. Greece?
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