I Have a Favorite Word

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    Thanks to my favorite sexy geek, Tina Fey (as Liz Lemon), I have a new favorite word: BLURG. It's universal.  Easy to use.  And I am making it my signature word!! WTBlurg??  Sarah Palin was actually kind of funny on SNL's Weekend Update!!   She's still...
    CuriosityKitten CuriosityKitten
    31-35, F
    3 Responses Oct 19, 2008


    I have one word that a favor over any other.....VERNACULAR. Although I don't get to use it as often as I like I still manage to fit it in a conversation once in awhile. A man who says this word to me turns me on instantly.
    hadyourchance hadyourchance
    36-40, F
    3 Responses Mar 28, 2012

    '****' is my favourite word I use it quite

    regularly. Don't get me wrong I'm educated and have a decent vocabulary but I like the simplicity of the word. It can be used in different tense and is quite a strong word. I know that many people don't like the word. And some find it offensive however I don't give a **** lol I...
    heather81 heather81
    36-40, F
    Oct 25, 2014


    "Nonchalantly" - to be casually unconcerned or indifferent; uninvolved. i just love saying it and seeing the looks i get when people wonder what the hell i just said. it makes it even better when you add a slight british accent.
    JKLivinLily JKLivinLily
    18-21, F
    Aug 6, 2010

    Enthusiasm. What a lovely word.

    So uplifting. Origin: En-theos (Gr) -> divinely inspired Also: Honoring. It brings the feeling of respect and esteem across so beautifully.
    Injoy1767 Injoy1767
    46-50, F
    Aug 19, 2015

    "Uncheatuponable!". I like this one

    so much, it's delightful. It's a quality that resonates with me.
    Injoy1767 Injoy1767
    46-50, F
    Aug 23, 2015


    As a professional writer, I love the entirety of language. I love the music of it, and the challenge of expressing ideas and feelings as elegantly and precisely as possible. I also like the play, English is a mercurial language; the meaning of words changes dramatically...
    ElLagarto ElLagarto
    56-60, M
    9 Responses Feb 25, 2008

    Ok, two words, a phrase.

    I realize every time I say it how much I like it: *Good morning!* I love saying good morning to me, to the sky, to my sons, to friends, to neighbors, colleagues, students. The most delightful feel-good "good mornings" are to the ones closest to my heart... and sometimes they...
    Injoy1767 Injoy1767
    46-50, F
    1 Response Aug 31, 2015


    Hehe! Avuncular- adj, meaning of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an uncle. Isn't that fun? What will they think of next?
    ahobonamedmo ahobonamedmo
    13-15, F
    Nov 28, 2009

    Here's My Top Two

    1. Fresh 2. Stupendous 'Fresh' is an onomatopoeia - which means it's a word that sounds like what it is. A happy word, a good word for something new and in the springtime. 'Stupendous' is again to me another optimistic word, but also sounds a little bit silly at the beginning...
    purplezen purplezen
    36-40, F
    Aug 15, 2010

    Another all-time favorite: YES I remember the

    very first time I set myself the task within one week to say yes to things that came my way that felt benevolent and good, and bring down my reluctance and resistance, (loosening the grip of the monkey mind possy). It was absolutely amazing. Yes!
    Injoy1767 Injoy1767
    46-50, F
    Aug 24, 2015

    Hmmmm Ok Ok Here They Are..

    "Loshon Hora" and "Sabaoth"..These words intrigue me... Not used much if any at all....At least not in the English language...
    deleted deleted
    Jan 22, 2012

    And The Word Is

    SERENDIPITY !! Just reading the word brings a smile to my face. And the way serendipity works in such mysterious and not so mysterious ways at a time makes it for one of my most beloved and appreciated words in the English language. And that is indeed another way to learn that...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Feb 22, 2011


    swindled hoodwinkedi love these words
    deleted deleted
    Mar 25, 2012


    It's just so fun to say! Indubitably. Indubitably. It's such a tongue-twister!
    GodlessSexMachine GodlessSexMachine
    26-30, F
    1 Response Nov 11, 2008


    logorrhea- excessive flow of words growlery-  a place to go when in a bad mood
    Vancity89 Vancity89
    22-25, F
    6 Responses Nov 28, 2009


     I like saying Inevitable. it is a fun word to say.
    Beauphord Beauphord
    46-50, M
    Jun 3, 2009


     'nuff said
    effervescence effervescence
    26-30, M
    4 Responses May 25, 2009
    sixpackbookworm sixpackbookworm
    16-17, F
    2 Responses Oct 12, 2014

    Actually Two Words..

    Magnanimous (meaning noble) and Miscreant (meaning trouble maker). My friend and I used to call each other the Magnanimous Miscreant Duo (The Noble Trouble Makers)! Hehehe!
    lustforpain lustforpain
    26-30, F
    1 Response Oct 16, 2012


    1.Strongly infatuated: "he became besotted with his best friend's sister". 2.Intoxicated; drunk. I had a man once use this word to describe how he felt about me.
    ijustneed2talk ijustneed2talk
    46-50, F
    1 Response Mar 25, 2012


    Hehe! Avuncular- adj, meaning of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an uncle. Isn't that fun? What will they think of next?
    ahobonamedmo ahobonamedmo
    13-15, F
    1 Response Nov 28, 2009
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