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Shiny, messy, shows up and stays around for days. They say all that glitters isn’t gold. Not sure who said it but it wasn’t me. I’m not saying much or I could be saying alot in this post. Just morning ramblings about the prompt for today “Glitter”. Glitter comes in many color like red, gold […]
*SPOILER ALERT* John Wick: Chapter 2 is the sequel to John Wick. Keanu Reeves plays John Wick. With an all star cast…Ian McShane, Lance Riddick, Ruby Rose, Common, John Leguizamo and finally the reuniting of Morpheus and Neo. Laurence Fishburne plays Bowery King. From the start of the movie it is high octane to the […]
Obnoxious ob·nox·ious əbˈnäkSHəs/ adjective adjective: obnoxious extremely unpleasant. synonyms: unpleasant, disagreeable, nasty, distasteful,offensive, objectionable, unsavory, unpalatable,off-putting, awful, terrible, dreadful, frightful,revolting, repulsive, repellent, repugnant,disgusting, odious, vile, foul, abhorrent,loathsome, nauseating, sickening, hateful,insufferable, intolerable, detestable, abominable,despicable, contemptible; More informalhorrible, horrid, ghastly, gross, putrid,yucky, godawful, beastly, skanky; literarynoisome “the gasoline-powered pump made an obnoxious racket” annoying, tiresome, irritating; overbearing, bumptious; unpleasant, nasty; informalbratty, pesky “I prayed I could express myself without being obnoxious” antonyms: delightful, fragrant, pleasant, charming
Sociopath so·ci·o·path ˈsōsēōˌpaTH/ noun: sociopath; plural noun: sociopaths a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience.
Delusional delusional adjective 1. having false or unrealistic beliefs or opinions: Senators who think they will get agreement on acomprehensive tax bill are delusional. 2. Psychiatry. maintaining fixed false beliefs evenwhen confronted with facts, usually as a result ofmental illness: He was so delusional and paranoid that he thoughteverybody was conspiring against him .
Asinine as·i·nine ˈasəˌnīn/ adjective adjective: asinine extremely stupid or foolish. “Lydia ignored his asinine remark” synonyms: stupid, foolish, brainless, mindless, senseless,idiotic, imbecilic, ridiculous, ludicrous, absurd,nonsensical, fatuous, silly, inane, witless, empty-headed; halfwitted, antonyms: intelligent, sensible