Reckless Abandonment--it's just so much anarchy in one little phrase!
And some punctuation that I can't get enough of:
?!?! or the reverse !?!?! the first being used at the end of an overly emphatic question, and the latter at the end of an emphatic statement with a hint of question. Very useful, and I find that they allow me to express myself better.
Words that I love:
Nefarious-- I absolutely love this word, but I find it very hard to work into conversation. I've tried, many times, unsuccessfully.
Evidently-- I always think that something funny is going to follow this word. Seriously--try tilting your head, raise your eyebrows and say it with a smirk--and then try not to laugh. it's not possible.
Unhinged-- this word gives the best visuals.
Awkward--it really is.
Terms I invented and their definitions:
Kid Noise: The noise that accumulates as a result of having kids around. More specifically that which comes from the television, radio, or toys.
I've had too much kid noise today, I need a break.
Words that are completely overused:
Words that are on the bullet train to overused town:
sick (as in super cool)
Words that are misused (and quite frequently) annoying me greatly:
Deconstructed --Deconstructed does not mean unstructured (without formal organization or structure), and it has no place being used to describe haircuts or modeling poses. Deconstructed is a literary term that describes a relatively vague concept that is used to analyze literature--not hair. The official definition of Deconstructed is: "