20 Words You Might Need [Pic]

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For the times when you need that perfect word. From Word Stuck.
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Male 7,123
OldOllie,
Wouldn`t `disestablishmentarianism` be the antonym of `antidisestablishmentarianism.`?

Barring scientific terms the longest English word is (probably) floccinaucinihilipilification - the estimation of something as worthless.
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Female 2,415
Yakamoz... so THAT`s what I`ve been addicted to all these years! (Hard to admit it to myself when I didn`t have a name for it.)
And apparently I suffer from extreme bouts of kefi, a lot! O.O
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Male 5,872
Gerry:
Deja vu = I have seen this before
Deja Pu = I have seen this Poo before
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Female 450
Lots of German here...
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Male 2,688
I use a few of these a lot... Schadenfreude, in particular... It tends to be the subject of a lot of conversation with some of my friends.
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Male 15,832
Prodisestablishmentarianism. It`s the antonym of antidisestablishmentarianism. It`s also the 2nd longest word in the English language (or at least it used to be).
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Female 8,043
ferdyfred, aw shucks you make me blush.
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Male 13,630
Followed by Kittehanism - a strong loving of kitteh
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Male 39,916

`Catarded` - the belief you are a cat
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Male 40,752
From the Linked Website:

galeanthropy - the belief that you are a cat >^..^<

geborgenheit: (German) - to feel completely safe, like nothing could ever harm you (usually connected to a particular place or person)
Nice one!

grapholagnia - the urge to stare at obscene pictures
@FancyLad suffers from this...

grawlix - typographical symbols used to represent letters of swear words
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Male 40,752
@Gerry1: "Jamais-vu" = Oooo! Good one!

Jake_Justice: "embiggens" Another good one.

@piperfawn: *swats with rolled up newspaper*

I like: "gruntled" - the opposite of "disgruntled". It means to be happy, peaceful and content; making a soft grunting sound like a happy piggy. Usually involves a full tummy.

Nifty list! @kitteh9 :-)
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Male 13,630
D.I.L.L.I.G.A.F
- dilligaf -
Acronym - `does it look like I give a feck`
quite a common saying round my manor!
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Male 13,630
Galloping dog rot - a feeling of sh itness all over
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Female 4,447
We actually have a few of these; staircase wit (yes, two words, I know), for one, butterface for another.
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Male 39,916

Everyone knows `Deja vu`, the feeling something is familiar when it`s new.

`Jamais vu` is the opposite. When something common to you feels unfamiliar or unknown.
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Male 7,031

They left out "cromulent" and "embiggens."
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Male 759
Countryside: the killing of Piers Morgan

Stephen Fry on I`m Sorry I Haven`t a Clue
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Male 14,331
sausagefication: To turn yummy tasty animals into yummy tasty sausage...... not a word but it should be damn it!
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Male 3,676
@collegebound so you would be a nerd then?
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Male 3,745
"hikikomori=Nerd"

wrong. hikikomori = geek. geeks enjoy things. nerds have extensive knowledge about things.
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Male 3,745
i liked this post. legit liked. idk why. but i liked this post.
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Male 5,164
Bukkake?
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Female 1,260
MelCervini said:

"stop trying to make me smart! i come to the internet for cats and porn"

If you were male, I would have just fallen in love with you!
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Male 155
Word`s You Might Need In English:
hikikomori=Nerd
weltschmerz= Real Life
cagamosis= Marriage
meraki= Made In Merika
schadenfreude= Youtube User`s
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Male 5,872
Japanese `Bakkushan` is the equivalent of UK: `Bobfoc`
Body Off Baywatch, Face Off Crimewatch.
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Female 4,424
stop trying to make me smart! i come to the internet for cats and porn!
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Male 219
Don`t you hate bakkushan?
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Male 3,477
"Nice story, tell it to Reader`s Digest!"
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Male 3,147
My local Indian restaurant should come with a shemomedjamo warning.
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Female 8,043
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