You know when the sun gets in your eyes, or you look at a bright light and it makes you sneeze?
I invented a word for that: "photosneezethis."
I think you have a great sense of humor! I like your new word.
I like your new word, but I'm not that witty. My first mother-in-law invented a word that I just love. In fact, sometimes I have to stop and figure out what the original word was. The family was sitting around and talking about nostalgic memories when she said, "We've got to stop this, it's giving me 'naustasia'. You know, a combination of nausea and nostalgia."
Quite interesting. Actually inventing new words and co-opting words from other languages is what makes a great difference between living and dead languages. One is dynamic while the other is static.
If you can invent words which are easy to understand, your write - ups are more fun and engaging to your readers. Keep it up.
Yep, but that is the type of thing that a witchy mermaid lady would do The magic of written word happens in many ways.
I love that word, Liz! I always sneeze when I first go out into the bright light. I always attributed to my blue eyes.
by Liz Elias 8 years ago
Why does getting the sun or a bright light in your eyes make you sneeze,or stimulate and produce a 'stuck' sneeze?
by Rob Hampton 9 years ago
What new technology would you invent or want to see invented that doesn't already exist?
by Dreamer at heart 9 years ago
Did you invent something?
by Enelle Lamb 8 years ago
Who invented the English language, and what were we speaking before it was invented?
by victoria 9 years ago
Did you ever see that bright light in a near death experience?Where is that " bright light" that is seen in a near death experience-in your head or somewhere else?
by Daisy Mariposa 8 years ago
If you have seen a UFO, what did you see? Under what circumstances did you see it?Please describe what the object looked like, what type of movements it made, and where you were when you saw it.
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