Have you ever really wanted something but couldn’t bring yourself to admit it? Or worse: have you ever really wanted something, but lied about NOT wanting it? Humans are strange creatures, but hey, the best part about being human is something called human experience, which means that we’ve all been there, done that. In any case, if you’re interested in learning a new word for this psychological phenomenon, be sure to check out this week’s Wacky Word Wednesday! And stop being coy: you know you want to.
As it gets colder outside, you can’t go ten feet without hearing someone blow their nose or fight off a bad case of the snuffles. So for this week’s Wacky Word Wednesday, we introduce a slobbery new word for your reading pleasure and talk a little bit about the wonders of the human body, its functions and its, um… fluids. Enjoy!
Your mother always told you (or should have, at least) to never talk with your mouth full. While we agree that that’s generally a good rule to abide by, it’s worth noting that good dinner conversation can turn an ordinary meal into a fantastic one. That said, here’s a new wacky word for you to chew on.
In this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, you’ll learn about an epic historical battle that, erm… never really happened. But it’s rife with intrigue, good ol’-fashioned anthropomorphism, and of course an interesting term you can add to the list of words you use to show off at parties. Enjoy!
In this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, you’ll learn an interesting Greek word for “beer goggles,” and also learn a magic spell for making yourself appear more beautiful than before. Enjoy, my pretties, and have a happy (wacky) Wednesday!
In this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, you’ll be introduced to a nice big word with Greek roots, read a terrifying children’s story about a boy losing a few of his appendages (we’re not going to tell you which ones!), and you will learn three good reasons why you shouldn’t bite your nails. Hope you enjoy — and happy Wednesday!
Did you ever notice how, when you learn about something new, you suddenly become hypersensitive to its presence everywhere? It’s almost as if the thing or concept only came into existence after your having learned it. Well, here’s an adjective that’ll change the way you describe oddly shaped things.
Check out this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, in which we discuss the French neologism “presque vu.” Psychologically speaking, it’s a phenomenon that’s related to deja vu… but you’ve probably heard that before.
Check out this week’s edition of Wacky Word Wednesday, in which we discuss our favorite Briticism, “jiggery-pokery.” Not only is it fun to say, but it has a cool etymology as well. Stop on by and let everyone know what kind of jiggery-pokery you’ve been up to lately, you scalawag.