Hunter shrugged. "Don't beat yourself up. He's had a crush on your for forever, he was probably too scared to talk to you about that kind of thing." He smiled.

Hunter shrugged. "Don't beat yourself up. He's had a crush on your for forever, he was probably too scared to talk to you about that kind of thing." He smiled.

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Fernweh can grab hold of us anytime, anywhere. During a particularly bad case of fernweh the most obscure reference to foreign climes or smallest reminder of a far-flung land where happy memories were made can be unbearable. As yet, there’s only one cure; where did you put your passport?

Fernweh can grab hold of us anytime, anywhere. During a particularly bad case of fernweh the most obscure reference to foreign climes or smallest reminder of a far-flung land where happy memories were made can be unbearable. As yet, there’s only one cure; where did you put your passport?

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - fubsy - British Dialect. short and stout.
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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - newspeak - (sometimes initial capital letter) an official or semiofficial style of writing or saying one thing in the guise of its opposite, especially in order to serve a political or ideological cause while pretending to be objective, as in referring to “increased taxation” as “revenue enhancement.”

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - newspeak - (sometimes initial capital letter) an official or semiofficial style of writing or saying one thing in the guise of its opposite, especially in order to serve a political or ideological cause while pretending to be objective, as in referring to “increased taxation” as “revenue enhancement.”

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Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - newspeak - (sometimes initial capital letter) an official or semiofficial style of writing or saying one thing in the guise of its opposite, especially in order to serve a political or ideological cause while pretending to be objective, as in referring to “increased taxation” as “revenue enhancement.”

Dictionary.com’s Word of the Day - newspeak - (sometimes initial capital letter) an official or semiofficial style of writing or saying one thing in the guise of its opposite, especially in order to serve a political or ideological cause while pretending to be objective, as in referring to “increased taxation” as “revenue enhancement.”

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Zemblanity ~ (n.) the inevitable discovery of what we would rather nor know; the opposite of serendipity.

Zemblanity ~ (n.) the inevitable discovery of what we would rather nor know; the opposite of serendipity.

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