i hate salt

has it always been this cold here? did i forget while i was away?

its bloody cold…and i am glad to be going to a warmer locale soon.

i feel like i’m stuck between what i was becoming and who i was before…

welcome, quarter-life crisis.

know what word i am enjoying?

visceral.

words you’ve taken to lately?

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7 responses to “i hate salt

  1. I look forward to my own quarter-life crisis. In about 7 years’ time, roughly.
    Visceral is a nice word. But my favourite word of the year is defenestrate. I love that word. It’s such a sophisticated insult.

  2. My favourite word today is peace. Oh, and quiet. Home alone, woo-hoo!

    (Watch out for that windchill today.)

  3. captainfearless

    Blunderbuss although I don’t get much opportunity to use it. I think I need to change the definition to “a chain of hilarious and slightly catastrophic events caused by ones clumsiness” and then I could say it all the time. “I tripped over the box and caused quite the blunderbuss, spilling everything in the frying pan onto the floor”.

  4. allison

    BAP: Its a lovely time. ;)

    Nice choice! Not a word you hear very often. You’ve reminded me about my year end word list…which I believe took a hiatus last year.

    Whitenoise: Ha ha, glad you get you enjoy your lovely country home by yourself today!

    Its FREEZING! Last time I checked it was -18. Shoveling the driveway with the wind blowing every direction was fabulous.

    Fearless: I like the new definition, as you don’t really get the chance to call someone a blunderbuss often. I actually witnessed your example the other day. Eggs don’t wash well.

  5. BAP: Its a lovely time. ;)

    Nice choice! Not a word you hear very often. You’ve reminded me about my year end word list…which I believe took a hiatus last year.

    Whitenoise: Ha ha, glad you get you enjoy your lovely country home by yourself today!

    Its FREEZING! Last time I checked it was -18. Shoveling the driveway with the wind blowing every direction was fabulous.

    Fearless: I like the new definition, as you don’t really get the chance to call someone a blunderbuss often. I actually witnessed your example the other day. Eggs don’t wash well.

  6. This winter is definitely a cold one! Not just your imagination.

    I am really enjoying the word annihilate these days.

  7. It sounds like everyone is getting hit by it, which makes me feel a bit better. ;)

    I heart that word! Good choice. I don’t use it enough though.

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