1. extremely bold or daring; recklessly brave; fearless.
2. extremely original; without restriction to prior ideas; highly inventive.
3. recklessly bold in defiance of convention, propriety, law, or the like; insolent; brazen.
4. lively; unrestrained; uninhibited.
Synonyms: courageous, intrepid, dauntless, brave, fearless, presumptuous, impudent, valiant, venturesome, unabashed, shameless; impertinent, forward.
Antonyms: cowardly, craven, fearful, fainthearted, dastardly, weakling, gutless, poltroon.
Etymology: from Latin audāx - bold, from audēre - to dare.
I say Bathroom, for homes, (even if there isn’t a bath) I only say restroom when it’s a public place.
I might start saying watercloset to spice things up.
What’s your favorite term of venery? We enjoy of a shrewdness of apes, though a kindle of kittens is always nice to have around the house.
I never get tired of these. A drift of hogs! An exaltation of larks!
Not on the list but an Unkindness of Ravens is my favorite.
Mine is Smack of Jellyfish.
I think I’m contractually obligated to go with Pass of Ass(es)
Why isn’t “cocksucker” a term uttered with adoration and reverence?
James Gunn wrote a funny thing about this once (which I’m too lazy to look up.) but here is one of his magnets.
Jennifery cocked me.
yeah. I was being an ass. like always.
I think “pleasuring” might be your This Means Vomitorium?
actually it’s also my This Means Vomitorium, I’ll make myself throw-up right now as some sort of penance:
~I’m pleasuring my lover with my tongue. cuddle. cuddle. cuddle~
really? because you just seem to be talking in a creepifying manner
…Anyway, ‘Jennifery cocked me’ is a new favorite phrase.
For me, writing 500 words is like survival training.
or writing a sentence, even.
The “romantic-sexual/platonic” love dichotomy leaves no room for the real emotional nuances people experience in their attachments, and I think that it often causes us to live with simplified relationships not because we want to or because we have simple desires and feelings but because we have no experience, cultural context, or language to accommodate a complex social life or set of relationships. This is why language is so important. This is why words and labels matter. How can you have the kind of relationships you want with anyone, if you don’t even have the words to accurately express how you feel? Hell, half the time, people don’t even understand their own feelings and relationship desires because what they feel is not simple at all, but the only relationship framework they know makes everything seem simple and clear cut: romance and sex go together, friendship is separate from both of those things, couplehood/primary partnership is exclusive to romance and sex, etc.
But if we are to accept the possibilities and realities of asexual romance, primary nonsexual/nonromantic love, nonromantic sex and sexual friendship, romantic (nonsexual) friendship, queerplatonic nonsexual relationships and sexual relationships, etc…. we have to drop this way of thinking and speaking about relationships and love in a romantic-sexual/platonic dichotomous way. None of those “complex” relationships fit into that model"