A while back, the word “petrichor” starting appearing all over the Internet. It seemed everyone was obsessed with posting about that word. I won’t cover that one at this instant since
1) you may already have encountered it (but did you remember it?), and
2) it’s covered in the full Distractify article that I take you to in a bit.
In that article, it’s number 3 on the list of 50 words of common things with unlikely words.
Somehow I actually knew a handful of them, but a couple of new ones are easy favorites…
See that “series of symbols commonly used in comics or cartoons to represent curse words” in the above image? That’s called a Grawlix.
But this next one…? Well consider using it with a bit of caution…
There’s a word in the list that will get a fellow in trouble, sooner or later, one way or another. Utter something about “callipygian“… then be prepared… but then, for the single crowd, who knows.
Snellen Chart was easy. Bruxism I knew. Ditto for Philtrum. But why was Tines on the list?
There’s even a word for the action that’s occurring in this photo…
Crapulence certainly made me laugh!
So unless you are an Agelast, you should find the Distractify article a good one to share!
Oh… and pay attention here, please…
That preantepenultimate one I didn’t know (didn’t know Preantepenultimate either). [you need to read the full article to understand that comment]
Yes, really, you can pretty much take for granted that there is a word for “that”!
Directly after reviewing the list on Distractify, learn how to pronounce some of these. Well, that is, if they can even be remembered!
News to Share Brief source: Distractify’s “there is a word for that”