Wednesday Word of the Day – Sushiful

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su-shi-ful – (so͞oshəfəl)  adjective 1: having qualities of being full of sushi, namely a bloated belly and a smile on one’s face Examples: I’m totally sushiful – I’m pretty sure those eight rolls expanded into 24 in my belly and I am now made partly of sticky rice. OR My pants won’t close, I must still… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Sushiful

Wednesday Word of the Day – Snuggleable

snug-gle-a-ble – (snʌg əl ə bəl)  adjective 1: having qualities that make one easy to snuggle with [i.e., warmth, coziness, maybe softness depending and sometimes (if you like dudes) self-confidence, nice arms, and a good cologne] Examples: My daughter is so snuggleable that when we cuddle on the couch, I don’t even need a blanket. OR Being… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Snuggleable

Wednesday Word of the Day – Sentimentalness

sen·ti·men·tal·ness – sen-tuh-men-tl-ness  noun 1:  the state or condition of being sentimental (marked by feeling or emotional idealism) specifically not to excess, but to precisely the right amount to make a woman (or man…do they?) swoon. 2:  the state or condition of being “mental” because one has been marked by too many incongruous feelings or an exaggerated… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Sentimentalness

Wednesday Word of the Day – Discombobulated

dis·com·bob·u·lated – dis-kəm-ˈbä-b(y)ə-ˌlāt-id  adjective 1: Utterly confused, disoriented, topsy-turvy, flummoxed, befuddled. Examples: Every day this week, I’ve woken up and thought it was already Thursday; I’m so discombobulated! The GPS directions to the restaurant had me so discombobulated, I had to pull over to consult a REAL map to find out where I was going. *This one is… Continue reading Wednesday Word of the Day – Discombobulated