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    Procrastinate.....

    & I'll tell you why later.... If I get round to it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by crayola View Post
    Delusionist: Someone who is a master of their own delusions to the point where they exist in the dual planes of true and false realities, often exhibiting extreme mood swings resulting from the conflicts of planar coexistence and living in an impenetrable state of constant denial. The delusionist often has a hard time interpreting non-verbal communication, and in some extreme cases, straight-forward verbal communication, when it contradicts their false reality. Along with their failure to take even the most obvious of hints, they often have a high opinion of themselves and are obsessed with keeping their ego over-inflated to compensate for their numerous inadequacies. In an effort to illustrate some degree of normalcy, and to offset his or her frequent visitations to the false reality when relating to a particular subject matter, the delusionist will have a tendency to point out and/or over-emphasize any incident or situation that is merely a mediocrity in the true reality.
    Kinda sounds like you're describing yourself Crayo!
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    Oxymoron..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaldtimer View Post
    Kinda sounds like you're describing yourself Crayo!
    ........

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    Peepin or cownin

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    i like to keep thing s plain & simple .

    so it s ....
    yes & no.. depending on the situation.

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    I Thought my favorite word is (Stylish). Because i am a stylish and dashing.

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    When I stayed in Mexico a colloquial word for a ""down and out was a LUMPEN
    Seems to fit a few I,ve met since. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Paresly View Post
    Hi I Thought my favorite word is (Stylish). Because i am a stylish and dashing.
    you'll go a long way on the org! my favourite word (in no way connected to George ) is imbecile!

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    Another of my favourite words is bloviate. A lot of Orgers do it on the Org.

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    how about "charlatan" Crayola... there are a couple of those here too

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    amanuensis

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    Onanist.

    I'm not pointing the finger at anyone on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joxville View Post
    Onanist.

    I'm not pointing the finger at anyone on here.
    Funnily enough, anoints and nations are anagrams of this word, both fit rather well ...

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    I had several of one of my favourite words on a pizza tonight:

    Jalapeño.

    I also like sentient, because I am.

    And lubricious, which I’m generally not these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crayola View Post
    And lubricious, which I’m generally not these days.
    Surely there must be a glycerol based potion that could help with that?

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    As a word glycerol is unattractive.

    I like diaphanous.

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    To be honest, I wasn't expecting you to pronounce (or denounce) it - I more thought it may be handy in a potion to cure lubriciousness deficiency syndrome.

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    Diaphanous: I can see through your intended meaning.

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    .Chthonic.

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