The noun, meaning “disaster,” is among 850 new words to emerge during Trump’s presidency.
As parents most of us know we are not perfect, and there are things we say, often in the heat of the moment, or when we are feeling stressed and weary, that we regret almost immediately. The good news is that children are resilient.
Whenever I hear a sound I experience an involuntary and automatic mouth-feel flavour. If I hear my dog bark, I get the taste and texture of runny custard in my mouth. The word "like" has the taste and texture of thick, creamy yoghurt, the name "Martin" is made up of a complex mix not dissimilar to a warm Bakewell Tart. Individual voices all have taste and texture as does all music.
It’s not having its intended effect.
Recent research suggests when it comes to letting someone down easy, you should probably keep your apology to yourself. A
German isn't particularly well-known as an aesthetic language. Tons of TV shows and war movies full of exaggeration needed
"It's only words, and words are all I have, to take your heart away" Let's hope that this is the first, last, and only time