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Oenomel...

Word of the Day - Oenomel - something combining strength with sweetness. Origin: Oenomel can be traced to the Greek terms oînos meaning "wine" and méli meaning "honey." The potent, sweet drink dates back to Ancient Greece. The term entered English in the

Hello everybody, So today i felt like speaking of the things we want in our life. We are never satisfied. Its seems the desire to have somthing is a never ending one. The desire remains the same , …

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32 Totally Not Weird Non-Sexual Fetishes You Might Have

32 Totally Not Weird Non-Sexual Fetishes You Might Have

Most people hear the word fetish and automatically thing it's sexual, but that is not always the case. In reality, all a fetish means is that you like something very much.Here are 31 fetishes that have nothing to do with sex.

Wabbit  (also a small fuwwy animal with a fwuffy tail)

English with Scottish origin With apologies ."The wabbit rabbit wanted not the wilted rabe.

No one ever has much trouble describing their kid’s latest tantrum, the terrible movie they watched last night or why we should

No one ever has much trouble describing their kid’s latest tantrum, the terrible movie they watched last night or why we should. Apricity - the warmth of the son in winter

Gigil = the irresistible urge to squeeze someone because you love them.

23 Words For Feelings We Don't Have In English

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Unusual travel words with beautiful meanings | Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out these beautiful words from different languages that sum up emotions in traveling perfectly

Unusual Travel Words with Beautiful Meanings

Unusual travel words with beautiful meanings Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out these beautiful words from different languages that sum up emotions in traveling perfectly

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