I like to make-up words and casually insert them in conversation. Am I the only one that does this? To keep track of my brilliant (ha) ideas, I of course, have a page in my "list journal",
Words I Have Invented:
1. schelp- one who is sloppy (Editor's Note: yeah, definitely didn't invent this one. I've seen it in a few magazines.)
2. mugician- someone who is a very talented musician, almost magic like
3. foof- a whimsical person who seems kinda out of it
4. slippy- a cuter derivative of the word "slippery"
5. decessorize- when you take off all your accessories
6. ungood- feeling not bad, but not good either
7. whelmed- stressed, but not to the point of being overwhelmed (see "contentedly busy")
8. statriotic- being very proud of your state of origin
9. studdle- to studying while cuddling
10. snerk- that terrible sound people make when they have a cold and no Kleenex
11. schmoozing- being overly obnoxiously nice with a hidden motive, i.e. making tips
12. relationshit- a bad relationship
13. phonestalgia- the weird feeling you get when you pick up a phone you used to have
14. preunion- bonding time with people you soon be close to, i.e. contra dancing with the housies
If you want to make my whole life, use one of these words in a sentence and let me know? That would be delightful.
On the note of my never-ending woeful life (dramatic), a shorter list of things I did last night instead of studying for my Physics test:
1. Watched Keeping Up With The Kardashians
2. Watched The Mindy Project (oh. my. gosh. This is the perfect story of my life.)
3. Ate cookie dough.
4. Made Hunter hug me.
Yes I get very crafty to avoid studying, man I missed that guilty feeling over the summer, NOT.
A shout-out to two of my favorite girls, Rachel & Meredith, who are now across the pond in Scotland and Vienna! I'm jealous, stay tuned for me vicariously enjoying their adventures on my blog.